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States embarrassed White Lives Matter banner

Burnleys captain, Ben Mee, condemns a banner with the text 'White Lives Matter Burnley', which was flown over the Burnleys stadium during the match against Manchester City on Monday.

It says the 30-year-old briton after the fight to the british media Sky Sports.

- I am ashamed and embarrassed. These persons must come into the 21. century and educate themselves.

- They do not represent what we stand for, says Ben Mee to Sky Sports.

Burnleys manager, Sean Dyche, cast in and call it unacceptable.

the Club says in a press release, that there is a lifetime exclusion from the club's stadium for those who are behind.

the Plane with the banner flew over the stadium, shortly after that all the players and coaches had knelt to support the movement Black Lives Matter in connection with the worldwide demonstrations against police brutality and racism.

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