Four ex-footballers have appeared together in an emotional interview to tell of their torment after being abused as children by a coach.
Andy Woodward, who was the first to go public last week, wept as Steve Walters, Chris Unsworth and Jason Dunford spoke of being abused by ex-Crewe Alexandra coach Barry Bennell.
Mr Unsworth said he “never told a soul” that he was raped up to 100 times.
Three police forces are investigating claims against more than one person.
Barry Bennell, 62, has served three jail sentences for child sex offences.
Since Mr Woodward’s story emerged, several ex-players have made allegations about being sexually abused by coaches as children – a number of them by Bennell, who is currently living in Milton Keynes.
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