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‘I'd still take the knee to start conversations - and any racists must get life bans’
Marcus Rashford off the back of the Euro 2020 final defeat on penalties to Italy showed just how much needs to be learned by fans of football.READ MORE: Eight infamous football curses - from Chelsea's No 9 shirt to Aaron Ramsey's freak streakOne significant gesture that was implemented in the Premier League was the taking of the knee, which after being done before each kick off for the past two seasons is now being fazed out following an agreement between players from England’s top flight.The idea is to only take the knee for certain games, to ensure it still carries the same strong message going forward and not lose its effect.Anderson understands why many would choose not to take the knee now, but would certainly choose to still do it if he were a part of the modern game.How do you think fans found guilty of racism at Premier League football grounds should be punished? Let us know in the comments section.The former Nottingham Forest, Manchester United and Arsenal defender, speaking on behalf of bet365, exclusively told Daily Star Sport: “When you see it on TV in the Premier League and you see players taking the knee, you’ve got to ask the question ‘why are they doing it?’ “For me, I would continue to take the knee, because it sends out a statement to everybody connected that doesn’t know what’s happened. So I think they should continue, but at the end of the day it’s a personal thing.
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Martin Tyler sorry after making accidental reference to Ukraine war vs Wales
Wales' World Cup playoff final against Ukraine on Sunday (June 5) after making an accidental war reference.The iconic Premier League voice said sorry for his choice of words after one of Oleksandr Petrakov's players was left on the surface due to injury - when he said that they would "soldier on".Although it wasn't directly related to Russia's ongoing invasion of their neighbours, many young Ukrainian men are currently fighting in battle - with Oleksandr Zinchenko one player who considered going home and joining them in the fight.Tyler swiftly backtracked when realising how the words could be misconstrued, with many social media users picking up on the comments.A Twitter user wrote: "Martin Tyler just said an injured Ukrainian player will 'soldier on', only to quickly apologise if he's 'used that word inappropriately'."With a second adding: "Martin Tyler just said a Ukrainian player will 'soldier on' and apologised as soon as he said it." Who is the best football commentator? Give us your verdict in the comments section. With a third saying: "Martin Tyler saying the Ukraine player should just soldier on."A fourth continued: "Martin Tyler full on Alan Partridge with his 'soldier on' antics."With a fifth concluding: "Can't believe Martin Tyler just told Ukraine to soldier on."On the pitch, Wales secured their spot at the World Cup for the first time since 1958 after Andriy Yarmolenko headed Gareth Bale's free-kick into his own net.Rob Page will lead his side against the United States, Iran and neighbours England.Aaron Ramsey said after the fixture: "Unbelievable, unbelievable.
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New Man Utd transfer target was 'in talks' with Arsenal and idolises Marco Verratti
Manchester United target Christopher Nkunku was previously “in talks” with Premier League rivals Arsenal and idolises Marco Veratti.The Red Devils have added the RB Leipzig attacking midfielder to their summer transfer wish-list with Ralf Rangnick urging the club hierarchy to raid his former side for the youngster.United are prioritising a midfielder due to their belief that long-time wantaway Paul Pogba will leave on a free transfer when his contract expires at the end of June.And with the 24-year-old Frenchman enjoying his best season to date with the Bundesliga club, ESPN report Nkunku has caught United’s attention as their potential next star.Nkunku has scored an outstanding 19 goals and notched 13 assists across 31 appearances this season.While he has certainly reached a new level this campaign, the midfielder’s ability has already attracted attention from other Premier League clubs like Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City in the past.The Gunners were considering a move for the youngster back in January 2019 during Unai Emery’s tenure while he still played for Paris Saint-Germain.He was tipped to become Aaron Ramsey’s successor by reporters, but Emery eventually had to settle for a calamitous loan signing in Denis Suarez as Nkunku joined Leipzig the following summer.Do you think Man United should sign Nkunku as a Pogba replacement? Let us know in the comments section.Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your email inbox - don't miss a thing.It only takes a matter of seconds.Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article
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Aaron Ramsey told to return to Juventus as Celtic hammer Rangers in Old Firm derby
Aaron Ramsey following Rangers' humiliating 3-0 defeat to Celtic in the Old Firm derby on Wednesday.The Juventus midfielder's loan move to Rangers was arguably one of the most shocking January transfer window deals, but people are now claiming that Ramsey may already be regretting the move.Goals from Reo Hatate and Liel Abada settled the tie as Celtic leapfrogged their city rivals into first place in the Scottish Premiership.A lack of fitness meant Ramsey, who has made just five appearances for Juventus all season, missed the tie, much to the frustration of Gers fans.The former Arsenal man has been out of sorts ever since leaving for Italy, but many on social media have jokingly suggested that he's now probably desperate to get back there."Aaron Ramsey's looking for his passport back to Juventus," tweeted one fan.Another said: "Rumour has it Aaron Ramsey [is] at the airport boarding a plane to Turin.A third wrote: "Has Aaron Ramsey got a flight back to Turin yet?"Who is going to win the Scottish Premiership this season? Let us know what you reckon in the comments section below...The defeat is the first match manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst has lost since replacing Steven Gerrard at the helm at Ibrox in November.Despite winning the title last season by 25 points, Rangers are already feeling the heat from their arch rivals, who have stormed back into the title picture with 11 wins from their last 12 league outings.Ramsey became the highest-earning British player in history when he joined Juventus after signing an eye-watering £400,000-a-week contract.Despite the mega deal, the Wales international has failed to nail down a place in Juventus' first team, and has been all but discarded by Massimiliano Allegri, who replaced