sport news Thomas Tuchel hopes Marcos Alonso's decision not to take the knee will spark ...

sport news Thomas Tuchel hopes Marcos Alonso's decision not to take the knee will spark ...
sport news Thomas Tuchel hopes Marcos Alonso's decision not to take the knee will spark ...
Thomas Tuchel hopes Marcos Alonso's decision not to take the knee will spark a fresh debate about the issue of racism after Chelsea defender said pre-match gesture was 'maybe losing its strength' Chelsea's Marcos Alonso has decided to no longer take the knee before games Spanish defender suggested the anti-racism gesture was 'losing its strength' Instead, Alonso prefers pointing to the No Room For Racism badge on sleeve Manager Thomas Tuchel hopes his decision will inspire fresh discussion Chelsea host Aston Villa in the third round of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday 

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Thomas Tuchel believes players opting not to take the knee may lead to fresh debate about the battle against racism.

Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso has joined Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha and Brentford's Ivan Toney as Premier League players who stand rather than kneel ahead of kick-off.

Players have been taking the

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