Coach Mark Boucher has said that the South African players will not bend their knees during the limited overs series against England on home soil as they already support the Black Lives Matter (BLM) campaign during the 3 TC match in July Have been South Africa will play their first international series after the lockdown implemented in March due to the Corona virus pandemic when England host England for three T20 Internationals and the same ODI matches in New Zealand from 27 November.
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South African players, match officials, administrators and commentators, including Cricket Director Graeme Smith, bowed down on the knee during the ‘3 tricity match for the Solidarity Cup at Centurion on July 12, during which they wore a black band around the arm and the logo of the BLM campaign. Was planted ESPNcricinfo quoted Boucher as saying, “I spoke to the player (lungi ngidi) who was leading the entire campaign inside our structure.”
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We are very happy with what we have to do, especially in that (3 TC) match. He said that this is not something we continue to show. You have to live it … Those who started it are happy if they are happy with it but if they feel we have to contribute more then we can talk and they will be free to keep their point of view.