Hollywood-owned Wrexham condemns his fans for booing a minute’s silence for the Queen at their match on Tuesday – and revealing those he mocked were fired ‘for their own safety’
- Young man silent for a minute in front of the Queen boos and shouts from some fans
- Wrexham released a statement on Wednesday regretting their actions
- Some of those who broke the silence asked to leave Earth for their own safety
Wrexham condemned their fans who booed a minute of silence in honor of Queen Elizabeth II ahead of the National League game on Tuesday night.
The silence was disturbed from the start, with a number of supporters at the end of Cope opting for sarcasm during the solemn moment that took place after Her Majesty’s death at the age of 96 last Thursday.
A portion of their fellow supporters were heard trying to silence them, while the other fans remained in the lobby until the moment passed.
In a statement Wednesday morning, Wrexham said they were disappointed with those who chose to spoil the moment.
“It was frustrating to hear the silence for a minute before the 4-1 win over Dagenham and Redbridge by a small number of people out of the 9,835 in attendance,” the club said.
Having the club’s name published in the media this morning for all the wrong reasons is not a scenario that should have happened, and we would like to apologize to all those who offended the actions of the minority, while thanking the vast majority who took notice. minute of silence.
With some fans not responding to the advice, others took it upon themselves to tell them it was not acceptable. Wrexham said some supporters were forced to leave the ground for their own safety.
“A number of people who disturbed the silence for one minute were asked to leave the racetrack for their own safety,” the club said in a statement.
Several fans booed the Queen’s silence before Wrexham’s National League match against Dagenham and Redbridge
Wrexham issued a statement Before the match, he urged fans whose views do not align with the monarchy to be respectful during the minute of silence.
The boos by some fans at the national anthem in the club’s final FA Cup loss to Bromley in May has fueled fears that a department will not honor the silence of the moment in honor of the Queen.
We have a simple request, no matter what your personal opinions are, we understand that everyone is entitled to it; On this occasion, you leave them at the turnstiles at the racetrack and don’t use a minute of silence to promote your own opinions about the opinions of others,” they wrote ahead of Tuesday’s win over Dagenham.
Wrexham issued a statement condemning those who booed Minute of Silence on Tuesday
Liverpool players (right) and Ajax stand a moment of silence before facing Europe
Elsewhere, some but not all observed the periods of silence before Tuesday’s games.
There were boos apprehensive at Anfield over Liverpool’s clash with Ajax on Tuesday night, but those concerns were not fully realized. The majority were silent for a moment, with some sporadic shouts engulfed in their fellow supporters.
In Lisbon, some shouts could be heard as Sporting and Tottenham players lined up around the central circle to observe the moment of silence. It was not clear on television where this irony came from.
In the Football League, acclaim was plentiful. At Riverside Stadium, for example, a picture of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was hung on the scoreboard ahead of Middlesbrough’s match with Cardiff City.
Ipswich Town has suspended its match program due to a visit to Bristol Rovers. They also decorated it with HM Queen Elizabeth II on the back cover as well
In League One, Ipswich Town suspended their match program due to their clash against Bristol Rovers. They also decorated it with an homage to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on the back cover.
The Champions League match between Rangers and Napoli in Ibrox has been moved from Tuesday night to Wednesday night due to limited police resources during the Scottish phase of the Queen’s mourning period.
Fans will not be accepted outside the Ibrox stadium with Rangers fans now banned from traveling to Naples for the second leg in late October.
Meanwhile, Preston North End confirmed on Tuesday that it had banned a life supporter over comments about the Queen and the royal family.
Mitt police insisted ‘the public has a right to protest’ after a man said an officer told him he risked arrest if he wrote ‘Not Mine’ on a sign.
Football in the Premier League was suspended last weekend after the death of Queen Elizabeth
The Premier League is returning to action this weekend after delays last week in the wake of the Queen’s death.
All matches except Liverpool’s visit to Chelsea, Manchester United hosting Leeds and Crystal Palace’s trip to Brighton will go ahead as planned.
Clubs face a slew of matches with delays that only add to the hectic schedule ahead of the World Cup in November.