Bayern Munich fans have targeted UEFA for decisions made on some Champions League and Europa League matches after Queen Elizabeth’s death.
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The fans of the Bavaria Monaco they targeted the UEFA for the choice to change the schedule of the Champions League and Europa League matches after the death of the Queen Elizabeth. Her Majesty Elizabeth II passed away at Balmoral at the age of 96 last Thursday, causing a significant upset of European matches involving British clubs. UEFA has announced that the group stage match of Champions League between Rangers e Napoli it would have been moved from Tuesday to Wednesday, also blocking the trip to the Azzurri fans in Ibrox. To ensure sporting integrity, Rangers fans will not be able to watch the reverse match at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium. The governing body of European football has issued a statement which reads: “This is due to severe limitations on police resources and organizational problems related to the ongoing events surrounding the national mourning for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.”
At the beginning of the week the race was also postponed Europa League between Arsenal e PSV Eindhoven scheduled for Thursday evening. This is the note from the Dutch club: “Last weekend it looked like the match would be played next Thursday, but national authorities in Britain have decided that insufficient police personnel deployment is possible due to British Queen Elizabeth’s funeral services in London. No word yet. when the Europa League match will be recovered “.
For this reason Bayern Munich fans, who have never hidden their disappointment with UEFA and its way of governing football, have criticized these who, according to their point of view, show a lack of “respect” in the towards the fans. A few moments before the kick-off of the match between the Bavarians and Barcelona they unrolled a banner that was nothing short of pungent: “Late match postponements and moves due to the death of a royal? Respect for the fans!”
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