Premier League clubs want to STOP taking knee before games this season after captains agreed it had ‘lost its gravitas’

PREMIER LEAGUE golf equipment wish to STOP taking the knee earlier than matches subsequent season following a gathering between all 20 top-flight golf equipment.

Because the restart of the 2020-21 marketing campaign, teams have supported the anti-racism gesture as a direct response to the beginning of the Black Lives Matter motion.

AFPPremier League captains have agreed to not take the knee earlier than video games subsequent season[/caption]

However in line with Mail Plus, membership captains have agreed that taking the knee previous to kick-off would solely be taken in chosen matches within the upcoming marketing campaign.

It has been stated that many of the league’s skippers have agreed that the gesture has ‘lost its gravitas’ at a gathering final week.

Although the information outlet has said that it isn’t but recognized how and when Premier League groups will present their assist for the motion.

However it’s believed that the gesture might be carried out throughout primetime TV matches and native derbies.


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The Mail have revealed that Bournemouth is not going to take the knee in any fixture after insisting it has ‘run its course’.

Regardless of an settlement discovered between the membership captains, it has been claimed that there stays a number of skippers but to debate the plan with their groups.

Any resolution made might be supported by the Premier League after golf equipment have been consulted.

An announcement may now be made concerning taking the knee earlier than Arsenal‘s journey to Crystal Palace on Friday evening.


SunSport solely revealed in Could how Prem chiefs have been set to consult with senior players to decide whether to stop taking the knee.

The choice to undertake the pre-match assertion got here within the wake of the homicide of George Floyd by the hands of policemen within the USA.

Crystal Palace ahead Wilfried Zaha, Brentford striker Ivan Toney and Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso have been conspicuous by their resolution to not take part.

These selections introduced the matter into focus and noticed Aston Villa and England defender Tyrone Mings, a robust advocate for social change, agreeing: “The knee is one thing that frequently must be reviewed.

“Is it still powerful? Is it still making people aware?”