homosexuality and professional football: for Toni Kroos is not a very simple topic. And the question of whether an active player to come out of the closet – so far, it has done in Germany, not yet, is always subject to controversial debate. Also from Germany is football world champion Kroos, the answers in the current GQ-Interview (read here: Toni Kroos in the large GQ Interview) on the question as follows: "My common sense tells me that in the 21st century. Century everyone should live free. I don't know whether I would ever come out of the closet rates, as a more Active. On the square is thrown sometimes, with certain words, and the emotions of the Fans in the stadium, I could not guarantee that the person is not devalued and insulted. This should not be the case, and the professional who outs himself, would have determined a lot of support from all sides, whether it is in a stadium full of enemy Fans in the case, I doubt. Whether all of this for a player who outs himself, is rather an advantage or disadvantage, you have to decide personally. But a advantage of it, don't think I would, even today."
Toni Kroos: “You would have the balls today to do without any negative reactions,”
In his Podcast, “Simple times”, the professional of Real Madrid receives, together with his brother Felix (plays for Union Berlin), he took up the subject again. A listener accuses him of, he would advise against in GQ from an Outing. Toni Kroos denies this. He is actually quite the listener, have concerns, however, to advise a professional for the Outing, while he himself had to live with the consequences of such a step. In addition, the Real professional makes it clear that he would reject any negative reactions to the Coming Out of a football player's total.
Specifically, Kroos stated: “I don't rate anyone, because I'm in their skin. I just can't recommend or advise against, because I do not have to live with the consequences. I have only considered how the reactions would be. I would wish that I could say: It would be 100 percent great if someone would come out of the closet. But clearly: You should be able to do these days, without any negative reactions.” (Read here: David Alaba: “the N-word came up again and again”)
Felix Kroos: “The time is ripe to come out,"
brother Felix replied that there are always bad people who would react negatively, but which were in the minority. His optimistic assessment of the Situation: “The time is ripe to come out. This is said to easy for me. What's going on in the guys, what you need to have for a fear of what could be the consequences, nobody knows. It is a really hard decision, but I say that The acceptance is there. And why not now? If it does, nobody will give it to the discussion in 200 years. Hard as it is: My support would have to be the one to 100 percent.” This encouraging statement was the famous brother, without further ADO, follows: “My of course!”
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