After tweeting "I'm gay," Luck Casillas claims he was hacked. Fans then questioned, "What about Puyol?"

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As reported by the Spanish daily AS, Casillas' remarks were made in response to accusations that, 18 months after severing his relationship with Sara Carbonero, the mother of his two children, he is now seeing Alejandra Oniva, the former sister-in-law of Spanish TV star Tamara Falco.

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The 41-year-old is fed up with the most recent dating rumours, according to Spain.

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After Casillas' social media remark received overwhelmingly positive feedback, rumours that he was kidding started to spread.

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I hope you respect me: I'm gay, as stated by Carles Puyol, the former teammate, on the former Real Madrid and Spain goalkeeper's Twitter account on Sunday afternoon. The two were secretly dating gay men.

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After deleting a tweet in which he revealed he was gay, Iker Casillas claimed he had been hacked.

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The former Real Madrid player later came under fire from players, supporters, and experts who were horrified that he appeared to have brought up such a delicate subject to so many people both inside and outside of football. is introduced.

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Casillas attempted to explain the occurrence in his writing: "Account breach. Fortunately, everything is set. I apologise to all of my supporters. Also, additional apologies to the LGBT community, of course."

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The Australian athlete Josh Cavallo expressed disgust with the viewpoints after boldly coming out as gay in October of last year and fighting persecution ever since. Cavallo wrote, "Iker Casillas and Carles Puyol are joking and making light of the football situation in their tweets.

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It's the worst strategy for disguising it, A follower wrote. Another said, "We need to hear Puyol's side of the tale.

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