We may not have had huge numbers in Hull, but we were out there and marching (damn it; my knackered knee has disowned me). I felt uplifted by my fellow protestors, and left quite a few of the general public starting to think, after a bit of polite talk. Whisky calls. pic.twitter.com/OE9gqpZLjY
Pity Goh Liu Ying, tried her best despite her injured knee, whatever it is she played amazingly
oh my god, i’m on my knees please let chan thoughts disappear and come to me instead, i’d give all to this man, i’m so worried right now,,,,,, i wish i could hold his hand right now and tell him good words which he really deserves to hear . . . cries
Japan captain Saki Kumagai said that they had a conversation as a team on whether to take a knee and had a discussion on racism and discrimination and those with experience of playing in Europe talked about that. She said that the kneeled in solidarity with Team GB too.