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But concerns have been raised after a series of tweets by the UK branch of Black Lives Matter which criticised Israel and called on the British government to 'defund the police'. They're all good at their job. You must log in or register to reply here. The group's other aims prompted Le Tissier to tell MailOnline yesterday of his concerns. It's a simple thing, 'I agree with the cause but there are parts of the organisation that I just cannot support. 'Capitalism allows free enterprise and entrepreneurialism. Sportsmail can reveal that the issue has been discussed by several players, with the group of top-flight captains considering whether to make a public statement on the matter. It has attacked everyone from Oxfam ('big charities are nothing more than colonisers for the 21st century') to Sir David Attenborough. If someone's first reaction to this is to have a dig at potential black or female replacements that's way out of order. All the verses of Rule Britannia to be sung at the leaving do? But while hundreds of thousands of people have donated millions to their cause, many will be unaware on many of the group's more extreme aims. If we get more of Alex Scott then I'm happy. Gower was a loss but 63 and retired almost 30 years. Matt Le Tissier is ok, Phil Thompson has been irritating and boring for years. But staff - including their star-studded team of pundits - are returning to work under a set of watertight guidelines to help safeguard against the virus. Taking a look at the ten sports pundits/presenters who impress me the most, there's one thing that stands out to me: Gary Lineker Leroy Rosenior Alex Scott Hazel Irvine Michael Johnson Sue Barker Jermaine Jenas Isa Guha Gabby Logan Dan Walker. He tweeted yesterday: 'I think the majority of the UK have now had enough of that organisation. I am quite happy for them to have their point of view, but that is mine and that is where I sit. ', Premier League players fearful of links to Black Lives Matter activists as captains consider making a public statement distancing themselves from the UK wing. Play it now. 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They have called for 'a national defunding of police', asking for 'investment in our communities and the resources to ensure Black people not only survive, but thrive'. Every game since the resumption has been prefaced by players and match officials taking a knee in tribute to George Floyd, while the partner of Watford captain Troy Deeney designed a BLM logo which features on the shirts of all 20 Premier League clubs. It sparked anger among the Jewish community, with some describing the idea of politicians being 'gagged' over their criticism of Zionism as being an 'antisemitic trope'. Published: 18:38 EDT, 1 October 2020 | Updated: 19:14 EDT, 1 October 2020. One source familiar with the situation added: 'It is the individual's choice whether they wear the badges or not. Black people's lives matter! 'While there may be some difficulty sometimes in dividing the two, our position is clear. Players and officials have also 'taken the knee' before matches, a symbol which was adopted by American athletes to protest police brutality and racism in 2016 and which has been used by Black Lives Matter protesters across the world since the killing of George Floyd. ', The 51-year-old wrote back: 'That's a good point and one which I've made to my boss already.'. Yes there has been a lot of people 'showing themselves' on Twitter if you will. Speaking outside his home near Southampton, Hants, he said: 'I just don't agree with some of the points of that movement - specifically the defunding of the police and the anti capitalist points are things I do not agree with. And while the use of public transport is not expressly prohibited, Sportsmail understands the broadcaster have requested that those heading into their premises to do so alone, which provides obvious obstacles to those who rely on public transport. These three words have become an expression of unity for people from all communities who believe it is unacceptable to treat black people differently to anyone else. They include the Marxist 'commitment to dismantle capitalism'. Pundits Jamie Redknapp, pictured left, and Patrice Evra were not wearing Black Lives Matter badges when appearing on last night's show on Sky Sports discussing Brighton vs Manchester United. Thank **** he's not black, they'd have to have kept him. Another said: 'Maybe you should review your BLM badge wearing', to which he responded: 'I am reviewing'. If other communities can flourish under capitalism, so can we!'. The Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) said: 'BLM should aspire to be a movement against racism that unifies people and achieves lasting change, not a movement that spreads hatred and achieves lasting division.