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Fans interrupt minute’s silence for ‘Her Majesty The Queen’ at Goodison Park with BOOS ahead of the Premier League clash between Everton and West Ham
A number of fans booed at Goodison Park during the minute’s silence for Her Majesty The Queen ahead of the Premier League clash between Everton and West Ham.
Respects have been paid across the top-flight and the country after the Queen’s passing last week, with managers leading teams out before a minute of remembrance and the national anthem.
The Premier League released a statement explaining that clubs would be given an opportunity to ‘pay tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’ at each game during the weekend of 16-18 September.
The services have generally been carried out well, but some fans have disrupted tributes at various grounds, with the biggest protests in the country at Anfield before Liverpool‘s Champions League game against Ajax last week.
Boos could also be heard ahead of Tottenham’s 6-2 victory over Leicester City on Saturday while the minute’s silence at Dundee United was interrupted by chanting fans.
Goodison Park was the latest ground where boos could be heard while both teams lined-up to pay their respects ahead of their clash.
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