Robbie Rogers announced his retirement from professional soccer last week, and reactions came from all corners of the soccer world.
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Robbie Rogers, the first out gay man to play for a major professional sports team, has announced his retirement.
Some new projects from LA Galaxy defender Robbie Rogers may give us a glimpse of what will come after soccer for MLS’ first out player.
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
It’s been a week. A weekend of soccer was nearly over when Robbie Rogers dropped a social media bombshell: that a player for the Orange County Blues FC repeatedly called him a “queer” as...
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.
Google always does great things for Pride Month and their Android division has seemed to include Robbie Rogers in their celebratory video.
The lack of Robbie Rogers on the roster has been called the biggest snub of this January Camp for the USMNT, but Jurgen Klinsmann says the camp strategy left Rogers out and that there is an open door.
If you thought an openly gay athlete could have no more surprises, pick up a copy of Robbie Rogers’ memoir Coming Out to Play this week.
Robbie Rogers was once again named to the Major League Soccer Team of the Week after a great performance against Dallas, stoking the fire that he deserves a callup to the US Men’s National Team.