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Football, England |  Outrage over what the football club did after the death of the Queen: - Disgusting behaviour

Football, England | Outrage over what the football club did after the death of the Queen: – Disgusting behaviour

Queen Elizabeth died, last Thursday, after 70 years on the British throne, and out of respect for the Queen, football matches at the highest levels in England have been postponed for this weekend.

The same is true for matches at the bottom of the division system, but two domestic league teams in Sheffield still choose to play, according to reports. Sky Sports.

Sheffield FC wrote on Twitter on Friday that their match, which was initially postponed, will be played as a friendly. But they weren’t allowed to do that either.

Thus, they changed the match to a regular training session, adding on Twitter:

– If it is cancelled, we would prefer to play a rugby match, as it is considered respectable enough.

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Anger against the club – investigation begins

Which can be interpreted as a major blow to the authorities because sports such as cricket and rugby were allowed to continue despite the Queen’s death.

On Saturday, the Sheffield international released pictures of them and their opponents lining up in groups, and the club hinted that the match would be played as usual.

It could be a punishment for the small club in Sheffield. The league wrote in a statement that it condemned “disrespectful and disgusting behaviour”, and that the club is now under investigation.

League President Danny Taylor doesn’t have much to spare for what Sheffield International has done.

Queen Elizabeth has ruled, served, and led with integrity and humility for more than seven decades. It’s a shame these two teams can’t follow this up until one Saturday, despite our clear instructions. We can agree or disagree with the mass abolition of football, but that was identified as a sign of respect, and therefore had to be respected, he says.

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Back to the weekend

Several football profiles responded to the fact that all weekend football matches were canceled, and thought the death could have been marked differently.

Football in England begins again next weekend, but no matches will be played on the same day as the Queen’s funeral. The matches between Manchester United – Leeds and Chelsea – Liverpool have been postponed.

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Sky Sports writes that all Premier League matches this weekend will observe a minute’s silence before kick-off, followed by the playing of the national anthem.

When the clock reaches the 70th minute, spectators in the stands will also be encouraged to clap for 70 years of the Queen on the throne. There will also be large portraits of the Queen on large screens, and the flags in the stadiums will be half-masted.