Premier League – “Black Lives Matter” instead of SpielernameDie Premier League and their players with various measures against racism. The Swiss League show edge.Nils hänggi is soon not “Xhaka” on the Jersey, but “Black Lives Matter”?Photo: KeystoneUnd also plays Xherdan Shaqiri soon under a “other” name? This, in order to set a sign against racism?Photo: Keystone Albian Ajeti published the joint Statement by the players.Photo: Screenshot1 / 3
If that’s not even a character. A sign against racism. What is the speech? Now, from the English Premier League. So you want to and the soccer professionals at re-start after the Corona-Pause must put out clear signals against racism.
the Premier League said on Friday that it was allowed, that the players, in the first of a total of twelve matches your name on the Jersey by the word “Black Lives Matter” (Black lives) to replace. Also, there will be for the complete remainder of the season, a “Black Lives Matter”-Logo on the jerseys, and the professionals, it was allowed, before and during the Games, on my knees and protest against racism.
a Statement from the players of all 20 Clubs
According to information of the “Guardian” came to be the Initiative of a number of team captains and representatives of players Union PFA (Professional Footballers Association). So it seems as if the Protest against racism has to know the players and the League together.
“We, the players, together with the target of racist prejudices to eradicate, wherever they exist,” said a Statement from the players of all 20 Clubs. And: “This Symbol is a sign of the unity of all players, of all employees, of all the associations of all match officials and the Premier League.”
the Swiss are in the process of
the Swiss, who earn their money in England, take part in the action. So on the Instagram account of Granit Xhaka, Xherdan Shaqiri, Fabian Schär, Timm Klose, Albian Ajeti and Eldin Jakupovic in the Post “Black Lives Matter” as well as the Statement to see.
You may be curious as to how the protests look like then when you reboot, before and during the Games. The Re-Start will take place in the Premier League starting on Wednesday (17. June) with two catch-up games. On the Friday of the first full round with ten games since the interruption begins.