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Entertainment News: News

Thu 11 Aug, 2011
By Sam Bristowe


Manchester United was voted the ‘Hottest Squad’ followed by Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur making the Top 5.

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Gay men around the UK have voted Liverpool’s Steven Gerrard hottest player in the Premier League in a recent online poll.

Popular gay dating site Gaydar.co.uk began an online poll to find out the sexiest men on the pitch and Liverpool come England football ace Steven Gerrard came in at the top position.

Not far behind winning Gerrard, who also bagged the ‘Best Legs’ title, came Fernando Torres in second, Frank Lampard was third and Cesc Fabregas came in fourth position.

It wasn’t good news for all players though as Tottenham’s Peter crouch came in last position with just 2%.



Manchester United was voted the ‘Hottest Squad’ followed by Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur making the Top 5.

Despite Man Utd taking the top spot for the ‘Hottest Squad’ their striker Wayne Rooney did fair so well after bagging the title of ‘Worst Haircut’ with 50% of the votes.

Gaydar, the UK's largest online gay dating website, also found that 12% voted that they would not feel safe at a Premier League match due to homophobia.

 

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