The Dublin club entertained Swedish side Djurgardens in the Europa League group stages last night at the Tallaght Stadium and at one stage in the game there was a section of the crowd that sang a chant to celebrate the death of Queen Elizabeth.
People are hugely divided about The Royal Family and there is a lot of history between both Ireland & England so as you can expect people are going to have their different opinions. Not sure are chants like this nice though and especially when Shamrock Rovers are playing an English game football..
See the chant below;
My Irish left Kinsale, County Cork and moved the UK in the 1950s and built a very happy and successful live here using the opportunities the UK gave him.
Don't be bigot all your life, quit living in the past and blaming others for your personal failings.
— The year is 1971 (@Fan89Footy) September 8, 2022
We send our condolences to everyone in the UK, the Queens was the longest serving Monarch and a classy lady. May she rest in peace.