Alli: “As players, we know we’re role models to a lot of people”; Alexander-Arnold: “I hope this is the moment we see equality for every race, every gender, everything”.
Liverpool Right Back, Trent Alexander-Arnold, alongside Tottenham F.C Midfielder, Dele Alli yesterday told Sky Sport News that football can serve a massive purpose in the current outporing anger on racial injustice and global protests following the death of George Floyd
‘Killed by pandemic of racism, sky sport wrote.
“As players we know we’re role models to a lot of people,” Alli tells Sky Sports News. “Football can be a massive voice. We’re human like anyone else, and we feel pain just like anyone else.
“It’s important to make it clear that everyone is hurting and this isn’t something new. This is something people have been fighting for a very long time now. We’re aware of that.
“I hope we are living right now in a moment in history that is massive,” he says. “I hope this is the moment we see real change, and permanent change. I hope this is the moment we see equality for every race, every gender, everything.”
“With our platforms hopefully we can help out as much as we can.”
Trent Wrote as regards resumption of the premier league.