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Before kick-off, Burnley and City players had taken the knee as Premier League clubs showed their support for the Black Lives Matter movement. Burnley fans have created a fundraiser for a charity which supports the Black Lives Matter movement in response to the banner.
Only one fan, who refused to give his name but was wearing a Burnley FC shirt, said he did not feel the banner was racist. Before kick-off, Burnley and City players had taken the knee as Premier League clubs showed their support for the Black Lives Matter movement.
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Lancashire Constabulary concluded "no criminal offences have been disclosed". You can also send story ideas to northwest.
Burnley FC said afterwards it was "ashamed and embarrassed" - sentiments echoed when the BBC spoke to locals and fans in the Lancashire town. Meanwhile, Burnley's manager Sean Dyche said he was keen to ensure the matter did not overshadow the club's charitable projects. Asad Rehman, an anti-racism campaigner and Burnley fan, said: "Every non-white person in Burnley will tell you their own story of racist violence.
Mayor Wajid Khan said: "We want Burnley and its football club to be known for all the right reasons, not like this.