What Would be the Effects of Queen Elizabeth’s Death on English Football !??

Queen Elizabeth II is still under medical surveillance at Balmoral in the wake of concerns over her health. Buckingham Palace released a statement shortly after noon Thursday, explaining the monarch’s current health situation and outlining the doctors’ recommendations to keep her under medical supervision.

The Queen has been absent from several occasions in the last few months, including the opening ceremony of the parliament in the state of the nation as well as the Jubilee ceremony in St Paul’s.

It is known that plans are to hold a time of national mourning to mark the occasion of the Queen’s demise and this would impact various aspects of life in general and sporting events.

The death of Queen Elizabeth II will trigger a period of mourning throughout in the United Kingdom, as detailed in a document titled “Operation London Bridge”.

In the course of this plan, laid out for nine days following the death of the monarch the sporting events will be put off.

Many other events could be cancelled. The Stock Exchange would close, and Parliament could quickly meet when it is there was no session.

Flags across the nation will be lowered to half mast. TV as well as radio stations would broadcast alternate timetables.

In the wake of Princess Diana tragically died on the 31st of August 1997, many events were postponed or cancelled.

From a footballing standpoint From a footballing perspective, from a footballing perspective, a Premier League match between Liverpool and Newcastle United that was due to begin later that day was canceled.

Additionally the majority of Football League matches that were scheduled for the 6th of September, on Saturday, were relocated to the previous Friday or on the next Sunday in order to commemorate Diana’s funeral. There weren’t any Premier League matches scheduled due to international games.

Ten days after the death of Princess Diana in the wake of her death, The England national team took on the challenge with the World Cup qualification fixture against Moldova in which both teams sporting black ribbons in a gesture of respect. A moment of silence was taken before the start of the match.

The Queen is currently placed under “medical supervision” at Balmoral and doctors are concerned about her overall health Buckingham Palace has said.

The Palace released an announcement on Thursday at 12.32pm on Thursday that said royal medics were concerned.

A spokesperson for the Queen’s office said: “Following further evaluation this morning, doctors of the Queen are concerned about Her Majesty’s health and have suggested that she be under medical surveillance.

“The Queen remains comfortable and at Balmoral.”

The immediate family members of the Queen are heading to Balmoral as the latest announcement increasing the concerns about the health of the monarch.

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