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    Premier League Footballers Come Out In Support Of Anti-Homophobia Campaign

    Five Arsenal players feature in this video for the #RainbowLaces campaign to kick homophobia out of football.

    LGBTQ charity Stonewall released a new video featuring Arsenal players showing their support for the campaign to end homophobia in the sport.

    youtube.com / Via Flo Perry / BuzzFeed

    The video features Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Theo Walcott, Santi Cazorla, and Mikel Arteta, as well as Olivier Giroud, who was voted sexiest player of the year by French gay magazine Têtu.

    Many have been tweeting in support of the campaign, including Radio 1Xtra DJ Adele Roberts and Nicky Morgan MP.

    Respect to @stonewalluk, The @Arsenal & The Ox #RainbowLaces http://t.co/aYoeRKVxfU #Cowabunga

    Adele Roberts@AdeleRoberts

    Respect to @stonewalluk, The @Arsenal & The Ox #RainbowLaces

    http://t.co/aYoeRKVxfU #Cowabunga

    1:50 PM - 05 Sep 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

    Football should welcome all. Join in supporting @stonewalluk #rainbowlaces campaign to fight against #LGBT discrimination in football.

    Nicky Morgan MP@NickyMorgan01

    Football should welcome all. Join in supporting @stonewalluk #rainbowlaces campaign to fight against #LGBT discrimination in football.

    1:51 PM - 05 Sep 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

    Watch the full video here.

    View this video on YouTube

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    Tweet with the hashtag #RainbowLaces to show your support for kicking homophobia out of football.

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