The most-read English-language media “Daily Mail” introduced the main sports news to the Croatian national team.
England and Croatia will play the first round of the European Championship Group D at 3 pm on Sunday. England is dealing with the fact that Croatian players have not and will not kneel in support of the Black Life Problem (BLM) move.
Before the start of the Brussels-Belgium match last Sunday, the Croatian players refused to kneel and became the focus of attention. All the Belgian players did it, but Dalic’s players did not. They were still standing.
British players joined BLM’s support, but in the past two games against Austria and Romania, their own fans have been bragging.
“The Southgate players have announced that despite the poor reaction from the fans, they will continue to kneel before the game. On Sunday they will play against the Croats who will not do so. A spokesperson for their association told Competitive Sports that the players did not Obligation to do so, because “this is not part of the UEFA agreement. They have never knelt down in a national team jersey before, even though their U-21 national team colleagues have done so,” read the text of the Daily Mail.
The same media wrote yesterday how the English Football Association complained to the government that fans whistled at players because of their lack of support for players after they knelt in the last two games. Coach Gareth Southgate said that everyone on the team agreed to continue to support BLM, and he believed that the whistle was a criticism of the players.
“In my opinion, some people think that this is a certain political position that they disagree with. It has nothing to do with politics. The players just support each other, and I am very happy that the whistle disappeared in the applause.” “Other fans. I think the most The important thing is that all our players know that they are supported by each other. I think people don’t understand the importance of this sport and misunderstand it,” Southgate said.
The Croatian national team is not the only team that will not kneel before the start of the European game. Russia, the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary also announced the same news, while Turkey, Italy, Switzerland, Macedonia, Spain, Sweden and Germany did not announce themselves, but did not kneel in the final game.