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Premier League WILL play the national anthem before matches this weekend

Premier League WILL play the national anthem before games this weekend, with plans for ‘a one-minute applause in the 70th minute to mark her reign’ and ‘encouraging managers to wear suits’ also being made

  • Clubs play the national anthem before kick-off in this weekend’s games
  • UEFA has banned British clubs in Europe from playing God Save the King
  • Managers will be encouraged to wear suits on the sidelines for matches
  • Minute applause at the 70th minute to mark all the years of the Queen’s reign
  • Reports also claim that managers are asked to lead their teams

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Premier League clubs will play the national anthem before kick-off in matches to be held this weekend to mark the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

All games in the pyramid were postponed last weekend as a mark of respect following the death of the monarch on Thursday, and the Football League starts again this week.

The Premier League resumes this weekend and the The independent has reported that clubs will play the national anthem before the matches.

UEFA had rejected requests from Chelsea, Manchester City and Rangers to play God Save the King ahead of their respective Champions League matches this week.

Rangers are expected to face the European governing body on Wednesday evening in their game against Napoli.

In addition to God Save the King being played on the Premier League grounds for the first time, managers will also be encouraged to wear suits on the sidelines, while on the 70th minute there will be applause across the country to celebrate all the years of the game. reign of the Queen, according to The Independent.

It has also been reported that managers will be asked to train their teams on the pitch.

The Premier League resumes this weekend - but not at Stamford Bridge (pictured) due to police shortages

The Premier League resumes this weekend – but not at Stamford Bridge (pictured) due to police shortages

England’s top division will resume this Friday after a weekend break, although three games have been cancelled.

Liverpool’s trip to Chelsea and Leeds’ visit to Manchester United have been postponed due to police shortages with arrangements for the Queen’s funeral, which will take place on Monday, which will require massive police resources.

Brighton’s home game with Crystal Palace had already been postponed due to railway strikes.

Many clubs are now facing a pile-up of match schedules as a result of the postponement, with the unusual schedule of the World Cup in November already causing major disruption to the calendar.

Chelsea-Liverpool and Manchester United-Leeds have been postponed due to police shortages

Chelsea-Liverpool and Manchester United-Leeds have been postponed due to police shortages

Chelsea-Liverpool and Manchester United-Leeds have been postponed due to police shortages

The Premier League has been criticized in some quarters for its decision to postpone last weekend’s games, while other sports, such as cricket and rugby, continued their events after a rest day on Friday.

The horse races took a two-day break before resuming on Sunday in Doncaster, among others.

The Football League and National League resumed earlier this week with a packed schedule of games across the country.

Players Liverpool (right) and Ajax players hold a minute of silence before their European clash

Players Liverpool (right) and Ajax players hold a minute of silence before their European clash

Players Liverpool (right) and Ajax players hold a minute of silence before their European clash

Wrexham, who plays in the National League, was criticized after some supporters heard shouting at the Racecourse Ground during the minute of silence.

A Preston North End fan has been banned for life over comments he made about the Queen and the Royal Family, which the club said “crossed the line of acceptability”.

Liverpool hosted Ajax at Anfield on Tuesday night, with the silence of the moment being relatively incident-free save for a few cheers from supporters who were immediately suppressed by others in the ground.

There were also a few shouts from fans during the silence held before Sporting Lisbon’s Champions League home game against Tottenham.

EFL clubs paid various tributes before and during their matches on Tuesday night.