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By Charlie Walker For Mailonline. Landon Donovan, whose San Diego Loyal stars refused to play on after a homophobic slur was directed at a team-mate, has revealed how players reached the momentous decision during half-time, even though it would cost them a place in the play-offs. Flemmings denies any wrongdoing but has since received a six-match ban and was fined for the incident. During the interval, Donovan and his team took the decision that they would forfeit the match if the referee and Phoenix coach, Rick Schantz, did not remove Flemmings from the game.
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Landon Donovan 'sick' of abuse directed at San Diego Loyal stars like openly-gay Collin Martin
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Landon Donovan explains why San Diego Loyal left the field after an alleged anti-gay slur toward his player. Editor's note: The USL Championship announced on Tuesday that it has issued a six-game suspension and undisclosed fine to Phoenix Rising's Junior Flemmings for the use of abusive language during the Sept. This was in spite of the fact that Phoenix Rising forward Junior Flemmings had directed an anti-gay slur -- "by boy" -- at the San Diego Loyal midfielder at the end of the first half of last Wednesday's match between the two sides. The Loyal were still battling for a playoff spot, needing a win to stay in contention. At the very least, Martin wanted to finish the season strong by beating one of the USL Championship's best teams. As deplorable as Flemmings' alleged behavior was, just as bad were the decisions by those in a position to do something about it. Referee Joseph Salinas said he wouldn't red-card Flemmings because he wasn't familiar with the slur.
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Former USA international tells Sky Sports News how he hopes homophobia can be eradicated from football so more players feel comfortable to come out. That's the question US soccer superstar Landon Donovan, head coach of USL Championship side San Diego Loyal, poses in an exclusive interview with Sky Sports News after a member of his squad was subjected to homophobic abuse on the field of play less than two weeks ago. Collin Martin, the only out gay player in US professional men's soccer , and his team-mates walked off the pitch in protest after Phoenix Rising player Junior Flemmings used a homophobic slur. Flemmings denies any wrongdoing but has since received a six-match ban and was fined for the incident. In the footage that emerged, Donovan was clearly incensed on the touchline as he spoke with the referee and Phoenix manager, Rick Schantz, about how to proceed after the conclusion of the first half.
The San Diego Loyal coach ultimately pulled his team from the pitch mid-match while leading against the Phoenix Rising and forfeited after one of Rick Schantz's players allegedly used a homophobic slur directed at openly gay midfielder Collin Martin. It obviously was an exchange that first started with some bad language," Martin told "Good Morning America" on Friday. It happens. But it escalated to a place where it crossed the line and I'm just at a point where in my career I'm an out gay player and I can't stand for having a homophobic slur said to me during a game.