Premier League teams react to the death of Queen Elizabeth II

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The whole world is shocked by the unfortunate death of the Queen isabel IIwho bid farewell to this earthly plane in a calm manner in the Balmoral Castle together with their loved ones. Due to this tragic news, the clubs of the premier league have shown their regret and have sent their words of condolences to the entire Royal family.

It is important to highlight that, Elizabeth Alexandra Mary or as it was known throughout its tenure as the Queen isabel II, He was a great football fan. England. In fact, according to information from different international media, he declared himself a fan of the Arsenal and at the time of Aston Villa.

Due to his unfortunate death, all clubs in the premier league have wanted to convey their messages about a person who will be eternally remembered as the longest-running queen in all of history, but also as a faithful follower of one of the most important sports in the world.

“The Premier League is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Her Majesty The Queen, Elizabeth II. Our thoughts and condolences go out to the royal family and all who mourn the loss of Her Majesty around the world,” the Premier League wrote on its twitter account.

As already mentioned in previous paragraphs “Your Majesty” was considered a “Gunners” more and the Arsenal It did not take long to show her sadness after the departure of one of the monarchs of England who in 2007 invited the club to Buckingham Palace. Without forgetting that he had the opportunity to enjoy the 13 titles in his history.

“We deeply regret the news of the passing of Her Majesty the Queen. Along with many of our supporters of hers today, we will take some time to grieve and reflect on Her Majesty’s amazing life and dedicated service.” mentioned Arsenal in their networks.

Aston Villa could also have been one of the clubs so admired by the Queen isabel II in the 1960s. In fact, the villainous club also posted a message on their social networks with a photo showing them handing a champion trophy to their players.

“Aston Villa Football Club joins the nation and the Commonwealth in mourning the passing of Her Majesty The Queen and would like to express its deepest condolences to the Royal Family,” Aston Villa wrote.

In this way, the world of sports and specifically soccer in England, say goodbye to one of the most memorable and iconic people of the last 70 years. In addition to that monarch who fulfilled her duties with the Royal family and that he also enjoyed sports for every second of his life.

Queen Elizabeth II He died at the age of 96 in the balmoral castle, along with each of their respective families. Finally, after confirming their goodbye, everyone prepares to carry out the Operation London Bridge.

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