Hi everyone welcome to our today's football article relax and feel free. It is another brilliant opportunity to have our readers back to our daily football news arena where we talk about all the latest trends and upcoming stories and events in soccer from all over the world. Taking a knee down before every premier league or any match in Europe has been always encouraged since last summer 2020.This was introduced to show support on the racial equality movement. Latest report have revealed that one of the EPL players has promised not to do it again.However the star has stated what he will do instead.
According to the Sky sports News Chelsea and Spanish left back has said that he will not take the knee bow to the ground as he feels that the style is outdated. The 28 year old has promised to point at the budget on the jersey as they do in other places and sports. Alonso is still in support of the movement but with another style.
Remember that Marco's comes the second to reject the sign after Crystal Palace star Zaha stopped it also. Do you think it these players are still supporting or they are against it?
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