Premier League teams and other teams from across the world paid tribute to Her Majesty The Queen, Elizabeth II. All the Uk teams playing football observed a minute of silence to remember the Queen.
West Ham, Manchester United, and Arsenal all gave their tributes to Her Majesty. The Football Association has also announced the postponement of football in the UK.
FOOTBALL TEAMS ACROSS THE WORLD PAY TRIBUTE TO HER MAJESTY
Manchester United led the tributes of the Premier League to Queen Elizabeth II. Roma boss Jose Mourinho also was in mourning after the monarch’s death on Thursday. West Ham, Arsenal, and Manchester United also wore black armbands for her tribute. The Queen died aged 96 yesterday before the European matches commenced.
West Ham fans also sang ‘God save the Queen as a beautiful tribute to her life. The death of the nation’s longest monarch was announced after Arsenal started their match. Hence, the Gunners had a minute’s silence before the start of the second half of their Europa League match. The Premier League teams also posted their tributes on Twitter and other social media websites.
PREMIER LEAGUE TEAMS AND OTHER TEAMS ALSO PAY THEIR TRIBUTE ON SOCIAL MEDIA
Many clubs also posted their tributes on social media Many Manchester United fans were also crying in the stands. There were also no pre-match boards and advertising hoardings to pay her tribute. Jose Mourinho also was emotional in his tribute. He said,
“I’m so sorry. I have lived in England for many years, my family is there,” Mourinho told Sky Sports Italy.
UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin also were saddened by her demise. He added,
“UEFA and European football are truly saddened by the passing away of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, one of the world’s most respected figures.”
The President also sent his thoughts to the whole of the royal family. Hence, all of the footballing world including the Premier League were mourning the Queen’s death.
Premier League also announced that they have postponed this week’s fixtures. There are also rumors that the league will postpone next week’s fixtures as most of the security will be busy with Her Majesty’s funeral. Millions of people are going to be there for Queen’s funeral.
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