Former Arsenal striker Henry called for immediate change after Floyd’s death Football news

Former Arsenal striker Henry called for immediate change after Floyd’s death Football news

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the former Armory And french striker Thierry Henry Has added his voice to the protests over the death of George floyd, An unarmed man killed in police custody in the United States, was asked to take immediate action to stop racism.
Video footage shows a white police officer appearing on 46-year-old Floyd’s neck for about nine minutes before dying on May 25, triggering resentment and protests across America.
Henry said, “We need change immediately, we demand change and most importantly, we deserve change. It’s enough now.” Major league soccer side Montreal effect, Wrote on Twitter.

“Why is this still happening in 2020? Why do the same racists appreciate any ethnic minority who play for the team they support but abuse the same minorities on the street?”
Henry joins other sports figures in speaking out against racism and police violence after Floyd’s death, including basketball great Michael Jordan and Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton.
French said, “Why are we using all methods to erase it from our society? It is not going on too long and we have come too far in modern society to afford it.”

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