Robbie Rogers, the first out gay man to play for a major professional sports team, has announced his retirement.
Category: Los Angeles Galaxy
The LA Galaxy has placed defender Robbie Rogers on the Season Ending Injury list, the team announced today.
Mulling the implications of Richard Chaplow’s denial of using homophobic slurs towards Robbie Rogers
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The LA Galaxy held their third annual Pride Night Wednesday and used the occasion to become the latest MLS team to make a video for the You Can Play Project.
This Thursday LA Galaxy coach Bruce Arena will receive the Spirit of Courage Award from California’s Courage Campaign Institute.
It was already a special night in Carson with the LA Galaxy holding their second Pride Night, but Robbie Rogers added to the occasion with his first goal in an LA uniform.
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A year has passed and we’re back to where we started. The Railhawks hosted the Los Angeles Galaxy in the US Open cup for the third consecutive year, and I come to you with another article about the Galaxy’s openly gay player, Robbie Rogers.
Pride month is in full swing and soccer fans can be proud that we have so many out LGBT soccer players seeing professional action in America.