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FA trusts take a knee video will 'excite' England allies
FA CEO Mark Bullingham has said he is trusting a video clarifying why England are taking a knee at Euro 2020 will "electrify" allies.
Britain players will take a knee before Euro 2020 opener versus Croatia on Sunday; the motion was met for certain boos in warm-up matches against Austria and Romania, FA CEO Mark Bullingham trusts the video will clarify why players are "supporting enemy of separation"
The motion was welcomed for certain scoffs before England's warm-up apparatuses against Austria and Romania, however Gareth Southgate's side stay resolved to take a knee when confronting Croatia in their Group D opener on Sunday.
Show It Out and the Football Supporters' Association have approached England fans to acclaim their players and "overwhelm" the likely boos at Wembley, and Bullingham trusts the proposed video - at first going out on the administering body's social channels - will show allies that taking a knee is "supporting enemy of separation" and not a "political demonstration".
Bullingham revealed to Sky Sports News: "We need to arouse the entire country behind the group, and yet we do feel we need to clarify why we're taking the knee. Kindly click on follow to get updated with my new blogs.
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