sometimes it goes just a little too heavily on the social media.
It had fodbolddklubben Turin ascertain, since they would participate in the global movement of 'Black Lives matter' and share an image where the focus was on the case.
Unfortunately, they have chosen a picture that doesn't exactly promote the message.
#BlackLivesMatter pic.twitter.com/KrnV56iK86— Torino FC English (@TorinoFC1906_En) June 20, 2020
- The worst picture I have seen, writes a user.
- Something is wrong here, write an organization, which focuses racism in football.
Additionally calls for a lot of users that Turin gets deleted tweetet.
Nicolas N'Koulou went on his knees after his scoring to 1-0, when Torino met Parma in the rebooted Series A, and he missed no opportunity to show his sympathy with the killed George Floyd.
- When I scored I thought immediately of my brother Floyd, he said.
This quote, shared football's also - and used the same picture as before.
- damn it, so stop, however, with using the image, wrote a user subsequently.
Though the movement has roots in the UNITED states, so is the 'Black lives matter' has been marked in several leagues around the world, where players and clubs have spread the message.
Photo: Justin Setterfield/Ritzau Scanpix
Photo: Mike Hewitt/Ritzau Scanpix
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IN the UNITED states, police in several towns, knelt together with the protesters to show sympathy with the Black Lives Matter movement. Video: Paige Baretta and Marc Anthony Lopez via Ritzau Scanpix, AP.
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