Real Salt Lake defender Nedum Onuoha has expressed his anger at the club’s owner after he failed to back their protest over the Jacob Blake shooting.
Real’s game at home to Los Angeles FC was one of five Major League Soccer matches called off on Wednesday.
Owner Dell Loy Hansen said he felt “disrespected” by the postponement.
“I don’t want to be here because I’m not here to play for someone who isn’t here to support us,” ex-Manchester City player Onuoha told BBC World Service.
“We are trying to create a bigger conversation but a lot of the people who are in power don’t empathise or sympathise or do anything. They are more concerned with themselves.”
Billionaire Hansen said the cancellation would mean he would reduce his level of investment in the club and make redundancies across the business. (BBC)