English Premier league players will have new inscription on their jersey replacing their names from the first 12 matches. The names of players will be replaced with “Black Live Matter” for the first 12 set of football actions restarting the campaign.
Most Bundelsliga players have made gestures of solidarity with people protesting about the demise of George Floyd which Sancho of Dortmund is one.
Messages from all 20 premier league clubs points to respect for equal chances regardless of human complexion.
Black Lives Matter badge will remain on the players shirts throughout the first 12 matches and also a badge commending the NHS for their good work and support during the coronavirus.
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The premier league campaign which will resume 17th of June will see these changes on the shirt of players for the beginning 12 games.