Real Madrid midfielder described that rival fans could create a hostile environment against those who openly explored their sexual orientation.

Football is not ready to accept homosexual players openly

Tony Kroos has stressed that he is not sure whether football is ready to accept homosexual players openly. Real Madrid midfielder described that rival fans could create a hostile environment against those who openly explored their sexual orientation. “My usual sense tells me that everyone should live in complete freedom, there is no doubt about that,” He told reporters: “I don’t know, I would advise an active football player to declare that he is gay. “Certain words are often used in the match, and, given the emotions that exist in the stands, I could not guarantee that in the end, he would not be offended and tarnished.” That should not be the case, and I’m sure that a player who decides to take this step would receive the support of many.

The Spaniards are little more relaxed than Germans

“But I doubt that it would be on the side. Each player must decide whether he considers this an advantage or a disadvantage, although I think that even in our days, he would not be full of advantages.” Kroos continued the discussion of disagreements, which he experienced between German and Spanish cultures. “The Spaniards are a little more relaxed, and I think that I also became a more relaxed person,” he continued. “I am also a fan of absolute punctuality, something more marginal here. Arriving late 10 minutes is usual punctuality. When I appear three minutes before a meeting in a team, I am regularly the first.

Toni Kroos doesn’t like radical body contact

“The Spaniards also often hug and kiss everyone. I’m also not that kind of person. Maybe I’m German in this case, which doesn’t mean that I don’t value the other simply because I don’t like this radical body contact.” The Germany International also declared that experience and success helped him avoid nervousness on the field. “I’m rarely nervous on the field,” he said. “I went through too many things and found that peace is a big help in many cases. Success also gives you some peace of mind and the realization that things can no longer affect you too much. Someone gave me this ability, but I do not know who. In any case, it was not someone from my family, because I always find out how nervous everyone is in front of the TV on gaming days.

“It’s also clear that outside the football field, there are days when my nerves and emotions can prevail. When, for example, my children were born. There you cannot impact or help, and you must cross your fingers so that everything goes well. It’s a lot more frustrating than being on the field.”