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Jason Sudeikis Discusses Why His Viral Jumper In Support Of Rashford Saka And Sancho Went Viral

As his jumper supporting England football players Marcus Rashford, Bukayo Saka, and Jordan Sancho went popular on social media, Jason Sudeikis explained the meaning behind it.
For the opening of the second season of his Apple TV+ show Ted Lasso, the actor was pictured sporting a pullover with the message “Jadon & Marcus and Bukayo.”
The players were subjected to racist abuse at the moment after missing penalties in the Euro 2020 championship final against Italy.
Sudeikis described his decision to wear the sweater in an interview with British Vogue.
“The idea came to me the day before the debut of our performances,” he remarked.
“I just felt it was vital to use the platform of our big, fancy’worldwide premiere to try to personify our show’s support for those three young guys,” she said.
Sudeikis plays an enthusiastic American football coach who is suddenly hired to manage a Premier League team despite having no prior experience with association football.
“The country has welcomed us and our production with open arms, hearts and minds,” the actor continued, praising the way he and the team were treated in England.
As well as providing us with so many of the show’s compassionate, talented, and hardworking employees.”
Sudeikis also mentioned the jumper during an appearance on Stephen Colbert’s Late Show, saying, “They’re the last three boys, young fellas that took the penalty kicks.”
“They didn’t come out the way that England, and a lot of us in the United States, and people all around the world, had hoped, and they got a lot of flak online.”
“The three young African-American men”
“Our show is rooted in both despising things like bullying and racism and other things,” he said.

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