Too many players scared to stand
Kevin-Prince Boateng has launched a บาคาร่าขั้นต่ำ10บาท powerful anti-racism message urging footballers to take a stand, believing too many are afraid.
The former Tottenham player walked off in protest after suffering racist abuse during a friendly match for AC Milan in Italy in 2013 and has since been a vocal anti-racism campaigner in sport.
Boateng has renewed his pledge to front the fight against racism after George Floyd, a 46-year-old black American, died after a white policeman knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 25, reigniting the explosive issue of police brutality against African Americans.
It sparked nationwide สมัครเล่นเกมยิงปลา protests in the US and across the world including Britain, Germany, New Zealand, France and Denmark.
In a wide-ranging exclusive interview with Sky Sports News following the protests, Boateng, who has been linked with a move to MLS, says:
Society must be proactive not reactive
Some players are scared to speak out
Racism needs to be taught in schools
Suggests a 'George Floyd day' when players do not play
Urges more players to walk off if abused
How have you coped with the events of the last few days?
It is a difficult situation. Other than being sad, I am angry. It just hurts always coming back to the same feeling. It's very difficult for me right now.
How does football วิธีเล่นไฮโลออนไลน์บนมือถือ handle this issue?
I saw Liverpool kneeling and that is a good start to show that they are with us. In general what is football doing? Not a lot. An advert on television or a banner when the teams walk onto the pitch [is not enough]. It's already late but เว็บหนังออนไลน์ดีที่สุด it's never too late, we just have to wake up.