US men’s national team goalkeeper Zack Steffen: “I need to know that my country supports Black lives”

    Former Columbus Crew SC and current US men’s national team goalkeeper Zack Steffen took to social media on Tuesday to voice his thoughts on the ongoing police brutality protests that were sparked throughout the world following the killing of George Floyd.

    Steffen played for the Crew from 2016-2019 before he was sold to Manchester City and is currently on loan at Fortuna Dusseldorf. He is also a regular for the national team, and you can read his powerful statement on how that connects with the current climate in the United States below:


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