“The players don’t just have feet, they also have a head to think about: it’s wonderful that they use it to make a universal gesture against racism, like kneeling on the pitch before the whistle starts the match. It’s great to know that they will be back. to do it”. This is what Pippo Baudo says to AdnKronos, in view of the Italy-Belgium match in the quarter-finals of the European football championships. “It is a symbolic gesture, which does not require a great effort: how can we not accept it? The players have great visibility and representativeness and a simple gesture made by them is often worth a thousand words than an essay on racism”, concludes Pippo Baudo. ( by Enzo Bonaiuto)
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