Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso says he will stop taking the knee in favour of other gesture
Chelsea defender Marcus Alonso has joined other superstars who have decided to stop ‘taking the knee’ before kickoff of every game.
Kneeling before a premier league match has gradually become a tradition in the English Premier League with the EPL hierarchies joining the rest of the world to fight against Racism. Information Guide Nigeria
Marcos Alonso believes that the process is gradually losing its strength hence he prefers pointing to the batch.
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“I am fully against racism and I’m against every type of discrimination, and I just prefer to put my finger to the badge where it says no to racism like they do in some other sports and football in other countries,” Alonso said via Sky Sports.
“I prefer to do it this way and, of course, to say very clearly that I am against racism and I respect everybody.”
“Yeah, for now I prefer to point to the sleeve and that’s what I will do.” He added. JAMB Result
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