Footballers at heart of UK ‘culture war’ as Rashford thanks fans for support

Channel 4 News published this video item, entitled “Footballers at heart of UK ‘culture war’ as Rashford thanks fans for support” – below is their description.

England star Marcus Rashford has thanked fans for their support declaring he would “never apologise” for who he is and “where he came from” in response to the racism and abuse he received after the team’s loss in the Euros.

While another England player Tyrone Mings has accused the home secretary Priti Patel of “stoking the fire” after she criticised taking the knee, calling it a form of “gesture politics”.

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