Ex-Leeds teammates jump to support Robbie Rodgers

Former Leeds United teammates have offered support to Robbie Rodgers after he admitted he was gay on Friday.

Former Leeds United teammates have offered support to Robbie Rodgers after he admitted he was gay on Friday.

Rogers left Elland Road last month by mutual consent after returning from a loan spell with Stevenage, but his old team-mates quickly took to Twitter to send their support.

"Full respect to @robbierogers and good luck in the next chapter of your life whatever you choose to do," wrote full-back Adam Drury

Striker Ross McCormack added: "Wow... Fair play to @robbierogers for coming out. Must of took great courage!!! Take care mate and stay strong!"

Midfielder Zac Thompson, out on loan at Bury, added: "A lot of respect for @robbierogers Good luck in what ever you choose to do next mate. All the best".

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