captain Ben Mee from the English football League team, Burnley FC has reacted in shame to the to a small plane White brought "Live's Matt Burnley"Banner over the Etihad Stadium in Manchester. The responsible Fans should "in the 21st century. Century arrive,“ said the 30-Year-old after the 0:5 defeat at Manchester City on Monday evening. "I'm ashamed, it's embarrassing that a small number of our Fans has decided to show something around the stadium," said Mee.
The lettering was attached to a small plane over the Etihad Stadium flew, shortly after the players and officials were gone before the kick-off to the knee, in order to show solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
The guests of the club had already apologised during the game, still with an opinion: "We want to make it clear that those in charge at Turf Moor (stadium Burnley FC/d. Red.) are not welcome. This in no way corresponds to what the Burnley Football Club, and we will fully cooperate with the authorities to identify those responsible and life-long bans.“ In addition, Mee said: "This has missed the point completely. The group of guys in the stadium, it is embarrassing to see this. This is not what we stand for. I'm really upset that this happened.“
After his Comeback after his long injury break due to a cruciate ligament tear, Leroy Sané commented relieved. "Finally – I've really missed," wrote the 24-year-old national team player after the game of his club against Burnley FC on Instagram. Sané was in the 79. Minute of the game on Monday night when the score was 5:0 for the Citizens in the game came in. It was the result.Date Of Update: 23 June 2020, 06:19