Burnley captain Ben Mee admitted the gamers have been ashamed and embarrassed after an offensive banner was flown over the Etihad stadium earlier than their sport with Manchester Metropolis.
The Clarets have been embarrassed on and off the pitch as an offensive banner was flown above the Etihad Stadium within the early levels of a 5-Zero trouncing by Metropolis.
The Lancashire membership issued a press release strongly condemning these chargeable for flying a airplane carrying the message ‘White Lives Matter Burnley’ at the start of their first Premier League outing because the restart.
The plane circled the bottom moments in spite of everything gamers had taken the knee in help of the Black Lives Matter motion at kick-off.
“We want to make it clear that these accountable will not be welcome at Turf Moor,” learn a membership assertion. “This, under no circumstances, represents what Burnley Soccer Membership stands for.”
And Mee echoed these sentiments throughout an emotional post-match interview as he lambasted these chargeable for the gesture.
“We as a gaggle of gamers condemn it, we’re ashamed, we’re embarrassed,” he advised Sky Sports activities.
“It utterly misses the purpose of what we’re making an attempt to attain as a soccer group.
“It’s a minority of our supporters, I do know I communicate for a large a part of our help who distance ourselves from something like that. It undoubtedly had a had large influence on us to see that within the sky.
“We have been embarrassed, upset, upset. We’re embarrassed that our title was in it.
“That they tried to connect it to our membership. It doesn’t belong wherever close to our membership. Followers like that don’t need to be round soccer.”