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Major League Soccer allowed fans at match in Texas, and they booed national anthem kneelers

Major League Soccer allowed fans at match in Texas, and they booed national anthem kneelers

Major League Soccer is the only major professional sports league in the U.S. allowing fans to attend games, and fans in Dallas quickly voiced their disapproval for social justice protests during the national anthem, The Guardian reported.

Players from both teams took a knee during the national anthem before the game as a form of social justice protest, similar to the protests seen in the NBA and MLB.

Dallas player Reggie Cannon was highly upset with the fans' reaction to the players' protest, and he didn't hold back in his criticism of his team's supporters.

Absolute hell.

Millions of other people support this cause and we discussed with every other team and the league what we're going to do and we've got fans booing us in our own stadium.

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