Liverpool outing to gay club.
LIVERPOOL football stars were chatted up by men as they celebrated Christmas in a gay club.
But the internationals good-humouredly laughed off the advances.
England midfielder Steven Gerrard and Australian star Harry Kewell were among the party celebrating after the club's 3-1 victory over Newcastle last Sunday.
After visiting a casino in Liverpool, they headed for Garlands - one of the country's top gay clubs.
Doormen at first failed to recognise the team and refused to let them in, but after a few quiet words and a promise to behave, they were allowed entry.
A Garlands source said: "Most of the first team were there. They were all really sweet, just standing by the bar and enjoying themselves. A couple of customers were flirting with them, but they took it in really good spirits."
Goalie Jerzy Dudek hit the dancefloor, but the source said: "He was such a bad dancer. Footballers have no sense of rhythm."
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Dec 23, 2004|
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