With the passing of The Queen on Thursday all Premier League games were called off this weekend as a mark of respect, but some fans are blaming Liverpool & Celtic for the postponement of the games. People are saying that both those clubs would have no respect if there was to be a minute’s silence.. See some of the tweets below;
The best thing Liverpool and Celtic fans can do is say nothing . Otherwise they will find themselves despised by the football world forevermore. The magnitude of the current event is of unparalleled significance to these islands .
— nigel sullivan (@SullivanNigel) September 10, 2022
If Liverpool and Celtic are made the scapegoats for wanting social and economic justice then I'm happy with that #PremierLeague
— Tom McCarron (@McCarronTom) September 10, 2022
Stop tryna convince yourselves all of football would have paid tribute just because you don’t have the balls to say Liverpool and Celtic would have fucked it up for everyone x
— Corrinne 💙 (@CorrinneStanley) September 10, 2022
At least we have the Champions League to look forward to this week and surely the Premier League will be back the following weekend. This will cause a lot of headaches for the organisers of the Premier League, especially with the World Cup coming up in December in the Middle East. Who do you fancy for the World Cup?