The English premier League keeps raising many eyebrows with day to day breaking news, and on today's case, one Chelsea star player has officially made his rebel plan clear to his teammates, staff members and the entire premier League that he won't take part in taking knee to support Anti-racism starting next match.Just like Brentford City striker Ivan Toney and Crystal palace star Wilfred Zaha respectively, Chelsea key defender Marco has joined the list of premier League players opposing the the Anti-racism knee taking, without consulting his teammates at the first place, as he only plan to prefer pointing the 'no racism' badge.
While giving out his statement to press conference ahead of Wednesday EFL Cup clash with Aston villa he revealed:"I am fully against racism and every type of discrimination. I just prefer to put my finger to the badge where it says no racism, like they do in other sports and football in other countries. "Maybe it's losing a bit of strength the other way, so I just prefer to do it this way and to show I am fully supportive.
"We haven't talked about it, we are like a family. I have a very good relationship with everyone. If I have to speak to anyone I will say the same as I told you and I don't think there will be any problems."
It's now clear that many premier League players will be looking to take the same stance, since most of them always does the knee taking against their will.
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