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White people should say sorry for the way we have treated black people for 400 years - Pep Guardiola speaks out against racism

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Manchester City football club administrator, Pep Guardiola has stood up on the counter bigotry fights being advocated everywhere throughout the world by Black Lives Matter dissidents following the police killing of Black American George Floyd a month ago.

Talking after Manchester City beat Arsenal in the club's first game since the Coronavirus pandemic ended worldwide football, Guardiola conceded being "embarrassed about what white individuals have never really individuals".

Chief class clubs Sheffield United and Aston Villa stood firm against bigotry when they commenced the midweek activity, with all players from the two sides wearing pullovers showing "People of color Matter" over the back rather than their own names.



Sheffield United and Aston Villa took a knee on the contribute not long before kick-off a demonstration of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter development before Manchester City and Arsenal players got together with a similar signal by wearing packs with the BLM logo printed over the Premier League identification.

As indicated by Guardiola he needs change with regards to bigotry everywhere throughout the world .

He stated: "White individuals should state sorry for the manner in which we have rewarded individuals of color for a long time.

"We ought to send a thousand million messages for the individuals of color. I'm humiliated and embarrassed about what the white individuals have accomplished for the individuals of color.

"How individuals can think they are extraordinary? All the motions are acceptable and positive. All that we can do to make it cognizant, it isn't adequate.

"We need to do a ton of things for the individuals of color which we have not done as such far."

Man. City striker Raheem Sterling, who as of late propelled his own enemy of prejudice web based life battle feels English football is at long last "going in the correct course" with regards to handling bigotry.

He revealed to Sky Sports : "I consider it to be a gigantic advance for the Premier League to permit something to that effect to occur and it shows we're going the correct way.

"Gradually we're seeing change. It was characteristic, it was natural. We saw the groups do it in the previous commencement and thought it was something we needed to do also."
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