Queen Elizabeth II dies - and sport is no different. Buckingham Palace has confirmed that Queen Elizabeth II has died at the age of 96 with the United Kingdom now entering a period of mourning with sport likely to be postponed in the UK.
Concerning the weekend’s Premier League action, the league told the Daily Star that they will be advised by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) in terms of what the best course of action to take is.READ MORE: Buckingham Palace statement in full as Queen was 'placed under medical supervisionThough a DCMS spokesman insisted no "strict sporting guidance" would be given and the decision would be left down to specific sports, including football.
Although the DCMS did confirm that if sporting events were scheduled to take place on the day of the Queen's funeral - they would all be cancelled.In the interim period leading up to the funeral, it is understood football bosses would have to gauge the 'mood of a nation' when it came to deciding whether or not to postpone games as a mark of respect.Read more on dailystar.co.uk
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