Liam Davis joining JBG? for LGBT History Month celebration
Liam Davis, Britain’s only openly gay footballer, heads the line-up for a FREE panel event hosted by Just a Ball Game? (JBG?) celebrating Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) History Month on Wednesday 5 February at the National Football Museum in Manchester.
The event, held in conjunction with Kick It Out and the Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA), will see Davis, who plays for Gainsborough Trinity in the Skrill North, feature in a question and answer session led by BBC Match of the Day 2 presenter Mark Chapman.
Set to be aired on BBC 5live, Davis will be joined by a number of other panellists including former PFA chairman Clarke Carlisle, a leading Kick It Out ambassador, ex-Sunderland midfielder Kieron Brady of Celebrate Identity Challenge Intolerance (CICI) and Manchester City Ladies star Andie Worrall.
Taking place between 6pm and 9pm, the event will also have raffle tickets available to raise money for JGB? with prizes such as a signed Manchester City Ladies shirt and Monty Panesar cricket top up for grabs.
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