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‘I am not a racist': South African cricket star De Kock relents over refusal to take a knee, apologizes to teammates

2 monthes ago   |   By RT

South African cricketer Quinton de Kock has reversed his decision not to take a knee prior to games in the ongoing T20 World Cup after a mini media storm was ignited within the sport when he initially defied team orders to do so.
De Kock, 28, said in a statement that he is now "more than happy" to take a knee prior to games in the tournament in the United Arab Emirates and has denied that he is a "racist" for refusing to join his teammates in making the social justice gesture, missing his team's game with the West Indies as a result.
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