Liverpool v Aston Villa. Players and officials pay tribute to an unapologetic, racist Prince with two minutes silence, then “take the knee against racism” in the very next minute. TV viewers are spared images of the now dead Duke

And in the very next minute…

Today at Anfield before the Liverpool v Aston Villa game, “taking the knee” against racism was engaged in by players and officials whom one minute earlier had stood silent for two minutes to commemorate the passing of an unapologetic racist, a blight on the United Kingdom which had persisted for several decades.


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1 Response to Liverpool v Aston Villa. Players and officials pay tribute to an unapologetic, racist Prince with two minutes silence, then “take the knee against racism” in the very next minute. TV viewers are spared images of the now dead Duke

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