George Floyd, died last week Monday in Minneapolis, after a white police officer kneeled on his neck for several minutes.
This incident has geared up protest all over the world, in which the football communities are not left behind.
On Sunday, Borrussia Dortmund Jadon Sancho was sanctioned after displaying a T-shirt with " Justice for George Floyd," after scoring the first goal of his 3 goals.
Ceferin has reveal that football support Justice, Tolerance and inclusion. Therefore, any player that seeks 'equity for human being' should be left unpunished. He said:
" Football is a sport which encourages tolerance, inclusion and justice,”
“These are the same values being espoused by those showing solidarity to George Floyd.
“If a player in our competitions were to display a message or act symbolically to ask for equality for human beings the circumstances around the event should be taken into account in line with UEFA’s zero-tolerance against racism.”
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