Scotland will not take knee at Euro 2020 but pledge to ‘tackle racism’

  • Team will stand before kick-off rather than kneel
  • Andy Robertson says gesture is ‘best way to show solidarity’

Scotland have decided against taking the knee during Euro 2020 but will continue to stand up to racism. Steve Clarke’s squad switched from kneeling before kick-off to standing before their World Cup qualifiers in March, with the manager claiming the impact of the former gesture had become “maybe a little bit diluted”.

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