‘Quinton de Kock is not racist’: CSA Chairman on star player’s rebuke | ABC News

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Lawson Naidoo speaks to The Ticket’s Tracey Holmes about the fallout from Quinton de Kock’s refusal to take the knee, and whether there will be any ramifications for the player.

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