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George Floyd death: Footballers should 'feel free' to protest, says Kick It Out chair

BBC News Tuesday, 2 June 2020
Kick It Out chairman Sanjay Bhandari says footballers should "feel free" to protest over the death of George Floyd and "should take a knee".
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Footballers should 'take a knee', says Kick It Out chair

Kick It Out chairman Sanjay Bhandari says footballers should "feel free" to protest over the death of George Floyd and "should take a knee".
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