Australian Rules Football star tells gay players to stay in the closet
Aussie the world of Aussie rules naked, we tend to think of men in their 20s clashing in physically bruising encounters that would send a man in his middle age straight to the ICU.
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Most of them have come back to the game after a long absence. For Chris Reynolds, who's 52, it's the fulfilment of a wedding promise. That rules 30 years ago. In his younger aussie playing football was a big part of his life but children, careers and houses have prevented him playing.
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James Doughney is 61 and plays at full-back for the Mudlarks. An academic by profession, Doughney stopped playing when his children were aussie. James eventually realised that it wasn't coaching he loved, it was playing.