3 The anti-racism gesture has been a regular feature of English football since the summer of 2020 and was viewed as a crucial symbol in the sport’s fight against discrimination.
4 Its importance has been regularly debated and certain clubs, most recently Championship sides Bristol City and Swansea, last week decided to stop taking the knee.
6 But, after a wide variety of views, no final decision has been made and another get-together is pencilled in for this week.
7 The Premier League are understood to be happy to support the players in whatever choice they decide.
9 What will definitely return during the upcoming term is players walking out together again and able to shake hands or fist bump.