MONTREAL (AP) - Saying he regrets not having done it earlier, pro soccer player David Testo has come out of the closet.
The 30-year-old player from North Carolina says he feels more confident and mature and is now ready to speak openly.
“During his career in Montreal he has always been a professional and dedicated player to this club on and off the field,” he added. ” His decision to go public must have been a difficult one and we respect it.”
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