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Happiness and carefree attitude are easy to portray. 45, It fights infections, If it comes to India, from managers to players to fans, everyone is at war when the two sides meeton a football pitch But in a rare incident of camaraderiebetween the two clubs Arsenal stars Olivier Giroud Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Per Mertesacker and Joel Capmbell helped a Chelsea supporting-groom on his wedding day Chelsea fan Adam wanted to win over his father-in-law –an Arsenal fan –before he tied the knot with his daughter So he asked some of the players to help him out The Gunnersresponded to Adam’s request and sent a video telling Hughie Adam’s to-be father-in-law that his daughter was in safe hands with Adam despite him being a Chelsea fan Olivier Giroud was at the forefront doing all the talking with Oxlade-Chamberlain Per Mertesacker and Joel Campbell flanking him Watch the video below This gentle act may notpacify an age-old rivalry but will hopefully help make Adam’s bigday special He will surely be thankful to Olivier Giroud and co for delivering timely help and hope his father-in-law isn’t too miffed with the Arsenal superstars for failing to deliver a lot of silverware in the past Nonetheless one can’t help but appreciate the Gunnersfor being so receptive and prompt with the Chelsea fan’s request Maybe they would be hopingChelsea take it slightly easier than usual when the two sides lock horns in the Premier League next season London: The first active footballer to come out as gay will be an "icon" who could reap huge financial rewards but the British game remains a hostile environment for homosexual players That’s the view of gay British comedian Matt Lucas — best known for the series "Little Britain"— who spoke to AFP in his role as patron of Arsenal’s Gay Gooners supporters’ group Representational image Getty "I don’t think we are about to have anyone come out but when he finally does there will be challenges" said Lucas who also played Tweedledee/Tweedledum in "Alice in Wonderland" and "Alice Through the Looking Glass" "I don’t know 100 percent what they are but what I will say is the first player who comes out will be a superstar who will speak to people in the game who aren’t spoken to — and speak to those beyond the game" "They will get every advertising contract out there and be really iconic" Lucas 43 concedes football stadiums are less scary places for gay supporters than they were when he was growing up but says it is not yet an environment in which players can feel confident enough to admit they are homosexual "It is tough" said Lucas who took part in a penalty shootout between the Gay Gooners and their Brighton counterparts the Proud Seagulls at Arsenal’s community centre before Sunday’s Premier League clash at the Emirates in north London "There are so many things that can go against you in football so you don’t want to embrace anything that can be seen as a weakness" "We are not yet at that place inside football where people feel strong enough to come out but I think it will happen in the next five to 10 years" ‘Petrified’ Jonathan Green a member of the Gay Gooners agrees with Lucas that coming out is not an option for players at the moment although he believes if the support structure were put in place by employers the situation would change "Football matches are a bit like pantomime — the booing and the hissing and ‘he’s behind you’ sort of remarks" said Green who works in IT for an oil company "But if you find something out about a player’s private life you will use it to get under their skin" "What are they (the Premier League and the Football Association) doing about it Not a lot until recently" "Arsenal can’t be more supportive They come to Pride and are heavily involved in loads of other activities" Green who featured in Sunday’s match programme that carried the title "Arsenal for Everyone" says it would be tough for a player who came out "There is a groundswell even a tsunami of homophobia which will wash over clubs if a player comes out" said Green who says common remarks he hears aimed at players include "does your boyfriend know you are here" and "why are you holding hands" He says football authorities should appoint people to carry out a "gay audit" and ask clubs whether they have a support mechanism in place for players who might want to come out "Those playing who are gay are petrified of coming out There are a lot of players who are gay some in the Premier League but they are not supported by the people who employ them the clubs" he said About a third of England’s 92 football league clubs have LGBT (lesbian gay bisexual and transgender) fan groups While Arsenal have taken a lead on inclusivity Brighton have taken a different approach according to Proud Seagulls founder Stuart Matthews "I think at the moment and I don’t want to disrespect the club as I can understand their hesitancy they don’t think it’s a club problem it’s the other clubs’ problem" the 50-year-old delivery driver told AFP "They think that because it is the other clubs’ fans who are the ones making the chants I look at it both ways and that the club (Brighton) should say ‘we won’t tolerate this’ to their counterparts" Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger talked up the importance of an inclusive approach after Sunday’s match "It’s vital one of the responsibilities of sport" he said "Personally I preach sometimes in the desert" "It’s not only about winning — a football club is first about values If I am here for 21 years it’s because we have those values" The highest-profile European player to come out is former German international Thomas Hitzlsperger who played mainly for Aston Villa in England and VfB Stuttgart in Germany but he only made his announcement in 2014 once he had ended his career Paris: The United States and Germany led calls Friday for Russia to be exiled from international competition after the McLaren report said doping in sport in the country represented an "institutional conspiracy" File photo of Richard McLaren who led the investigation into Russia’s state sponsored doping program Reuters More than 1000 athletes in the summer and winter Olympics and Paralympics "can be identified as being involved in or benefiting from manipulations to conceal positive testing" said Canadian lawyer Richard McLaren Drug test samples at the Sochi Winter Olympics in 2014 were even manipulated by the addition of salt and coffee said the report prepared for the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) "It’s another staggering example of how the Olympic movement has been corrupted and clean athletes robbed by Russia’s state-supported doping system" said Travis Tygart the head of the US anti-doping body (USADA) "The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has to act and clean athletes won’t be satisfied until WADA is empowered to be a truly independent global regulator and the Russian Olympic Committee is suspended until deemed code compliant "No international sporting events should be held in Russia until its anti-doping program is fully code compliant and all the individuals who participated in the corruption are held accountable" The IOC this week extended sanctions against Russia while the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) recently renewed its suspension of the country That had already seen the entire Russian track and field team banned from the Rio Olympics in the summer Clemens Prokop the president of the German athletics federation (DLV) called for a total ban on all Russian competitors "Russian sport should be excluded from all international competitions including the Olympic Games until its credibility is restored" said Prokop "This is a fundamental attack against the Olympic movement when the values of the movement are dragged through the mud by a country Measures taken must be up to the mark The credibility of the IOC is at stake" The IOC said it would re-analyse all 254 samples it has from Russian athletes at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Russia defiant But Russia remained defiant "The Russian sports ministry with full responsibility states there are no government programmes to support doping in sport" said a statement in response to the McLaren report The ministry added that it "will continue the fight against doping with zero tolerance" and "carefully study the information contained in the report with the aim of coming up with a constructive position" Moscow has steadfastly denied any government backing for doping But it has struggled to lift international doubts The IOC has two disciplinary inquiries into Russian sport and doping at the 2014 Olympics Following the McLaren report the IOC said it had extended the second inquiry to cover the 2012 London Olympics The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) which banned Russia completely from the Rio Paralympics in September called the McLaren findings "astonishing" "The full findings of the report are unprecedented and astonishing They strike right at the heart of the integrity and ethics of sport" it said in a statement The IAAF made no comment on the report but said that 53 percent of the elite Russian athletes reported to the track and field governing body by McLaren had been sanctioned or face disciplinary proceedings It said that samples from Russian athletes at world championships up to the 2013 event in Moscow were being retested UK Anti-Doping Chief Executive Nicole Sapstead called the McLaren report "hugely significant for sport" "2016 has also shown that whilst athletes are held to account under the World Anti-Doping Code every day of the year when it comes to a country demonstrating a disregard for the rules the same sort of sanctions do not apply" Sapstead said in a veiled criticism of the handling of the Russia case The International University Sports Federation (FISU) said it was "deeply concerned" to read that some of the intelligence service tactics used to swap samples at the Sochi Olympics were tested at the world university games in Kazan in 2013 Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: October 2 2012 1:45 am Related News The body of a 32-year-old woman was found on an ice slab in her house in RK Puram Sector 7South Delhion Monday morning The womanSumita Dagodiareportedly had abrasions on her left handneck and backpolice said Her husband Vinod was arrested after Sumitas kin alleged that he had murdered her Their six-year-old son told police that his mother had an altercation with his father on Saturday nightafter which he assaulted her According to police sourcesSumita fell unconscious after being assaulted by Vinod He assaulted her again the next morning He then realised that she had diedafter which he got an ice slab and put her body on it When neighbours asked him about her deathhe said that Sumita had committed suicide The neighbours called police Speaking to NewslineSumitas sister Suchitra alleged that Vinod used to harass her sister I got a call from the police saying that my sister has committed suicide Her body had many injury marks On Saturday nightSumita had called me at 1140 pmasking me to rescue her?" says Amir Ilahi, “It’s really (hashtag)finoallafine (until the end).

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