A post shared by Zander Murray (@zandermurrayofficial)Wish the wee Zander could of stumbled across this when visiting the @SFootballMuseum growing up.Means the world ?? ? ???????
pic.twitter.com/WI5bnG46bMMurray, 31, plays for Bonnyrigg Rose, a Scottish Professional Football League club in League 2. In addition to scoring more than 100 goals in his career, he holds his previous club’s record for the most goals scored in a single season.
Since publicly coming out last fall, Murray has become one of the most visible out male athletes in the world, using his platform to reach LGBTQ+ youth. “I’m feeling good, very good,” he said in an interview following his big announcement. “There’s zero hiding anymore, just me and my organic self that I should have been a long time ago.
I’m not looking back anymore, so I’m very happy to get the word out there and support ending the stigma.”When faced with questions about why he decided to come out, Murray posted a list of reasons on Twitter.