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English football resumes after death of Queen Elizabeth II

Football will resume Britain this Monday after a break over the weekend as a mark of respect following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, with lower


Football will resume Britain this Monday after a break over the weekend as a mark of respect following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, with lower division games returning to normal this week.

However, the premier league he has yet to confirm when the top flight will play again, and logistical problems are likely to arise ahead of the state funeral in London on September 19.

The english football leaguewhich runs the three divisions below the Premier League, said tributes will be paid to the queen on pitches across the country when duels resume in the second-tier Championship, as well as in League One and League Two a starting Tuesday.

A minute’s silence will be observed before games, with black armbands for players, flags at half-staff and the national anthem, “God Save the King,” played in stadiums.

“With a national policing plan now in place,” the EFL said, referring to the days leading up to the funeral, during which the queen’s coffin will be in London, “the League and the clubs will continue to work forcefully in respect of any challenge that may arise with respect to the surveillance of specific installations”.

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