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Cavallo calls out homophobic abuse in A-League game

17 days ago·Canberra, Australia
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Josh Cavallo says "hate never will win" after receiving homophobic abuse at a game. The 22-year-old was verbally abused during Adelaide United's draw against Melbourne Victory in Australia's A-League on Saturday. Cavallo, who came out in October, said there were "no words" to express his disappointment.
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Yahoo News

Gay Australian footballer Cavallo calls out homophobic slurs

Gay Australian footballer Josh Cavallo vowed Sunday that "hate will never win" after being subjected to homophobic abuse from fans during a weekend game.

18 days ago·Los Angeles, United States
Ownership:Verizon Communications
BBC News

'Hate never will win' - Cavallo on abuse

Josh Cavallo - the world's first top-flight male professional footballer to come out as gay - says "hate never will win" after receiving homophobic abuse at a game.

18 days ago·United Kingdom
Ownership:Public Broadcasting
The Guardian

‘No words’: gay Australian footballer Josh Cavallo calls out homophobic crowd abuse

Adelaide United player targeted in game at Melbourne VictoryCavallo says those who abused him should be held accountableJosh Cavallo, who last year became the only openly gay professional top flight men’s footballer in the world, says he has “no words” to describe his disappointment at being targeted by homophobic abuse during an A-League Men game over the weekend.The Adelaide United player came on as a second-half substitute during the Reds’ aw…

18 days ago·London, United Kingdom
Ownership:Scott Trust Limited
The Hindu

Cavallo calls out homophobic abuse in A-League game

Cavallo became the first active A-League player to come out as gay in October 2021, drawing support from fellow professionals across the world.

18 days ago·India
Ownership:The Hindu Group
Daily Mirror

Josh Cavallo's statement after suffering 'hateful and hurtful' homophobic abuse

Josh Cavallo came out as gay at the end of October and has hit out at the homophobic abuse he was subjected to during Adelaide United's A League clash with Melbourne Victory on Saturday

17 days ago·London, United Kingdom
Ownership:Reach plc
The Independent

‘Hate never will win’ – Josh Cavallo calls out homophobic abuse at A-League game

The 22-year-old came out as gay in October.

17 days ago·London, United Kingdom
Ownership:Alexander Lebedev

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