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Jordan Henderson named in England squad weeks after controversial Saudi move

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"beyond disappointed" after he agreed to play in a country where homosexuality is illegal and punishable by death.However, England manager Southgate has decided to make Henderson available for their upcoming games against Ukraine and Scotland.On the decision to select Henderson despite moving to Saudi Arabia and their lack of LGBT+ rights, Southgate said: "I think we are supportive of the LGBT+ community, a large number of the team and staff have either relatives or friends from that community."We have tried to be very supportive but I also accept members of the community felt let down.

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