The West Bromwich of England joined to one of the campaigns that emerged after the murder of George Floyd, generating the discomfort of a fanatic.
English football has not become indifferent after the murder of George Floyd in the united States, performing a series of demonstrations against racism, as did the West Bromwich through their social networks.
With the hashtag #Blackouttuesdayhighlighted an image with the message “Together we are stronger”, thus generating the reaction of a fan who, obviously upset, was published: “Pathetic. Cancelled my ticket of the season”.
The response of the West Bromwich did not wait and she responded to this fan: “No we will miss you”, becoming viral quickly with more than 60 thousand “likes” in a few minutes.
Previously, the Liverpool, the current leader of the Premier Leagueposted a picture in which all the players show their rejection of the racism along with the slogan: “Unity is strength,” and the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter.
— Trent Alexander-Arnold (@trentaa98) June 1, 2020
What has been done by the Liverpool adds to other demonstrations that have emerged from the sport. The weekend Alex Morgan, regarding women’s american football, posted on Twitter: “Struck and without words for the police brutality in the death of George Floyd. When do we treat all americans equally regardless of their race or gender? We want real leadership and inclusion from the top.”
In the Bundesliga, the French striker’s Borussia Mönchengladbach Marcus Thuram, there was also kneeling and with head bowed after scoring his first goal.
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