Registered On: June 21, 2017
All for opinions and criticism, so long as it is the same for both sides,but seems one sided to me when others object to booing of the knee.
Let’s try and sort this Awaywego just one more time for you. The players either individually or collectively through their professional association have stated that they VOLUNTARILY take the knee to support the anti racism campaign in sport, no other reason, no other agenda, just that. Now the inference being that supporters who boo this gesture either don’t support the anti racism campaign in sport or are indeed racist themselves, got it, not too difficult really. If people who boo then come on football platforms and try to accuse the footballers of taking the knee to be supporting a Marxist led regime, with absolutely no evidence whatsoever to back this up, this inevitably will lead to discussions on this matter which is what is taking place now. People like myself who support the players and their VOLUNTARY action ( based on the anti racism campaign remember ) in taking the knee are just simply asking those opposing this decision by booing and then stating it’s political ( which it isn’t remember because the players said so, remember ) to produce the evidence to back up their bogus claims. Now whilst no evidence has been produced, said people who boo then come back on the forum, sometimes after a couple of days or so and begin going through their familiar routine again of accusing either players or their supporters that they are bigoted or one sided or won’t let others have their say. Nothing could be further from the truth, have your say, make your points but be prepared to be challenged to produce evidence against the players backing the anti racism campaign that they have another agenda altogether. The players through their association with the backing of the England manager have made their position crystal clear on this matter, others like yourself have not. Produce your evidence or keep quiet because you are in the wrong on this matter.