English Clubs Express Dissatisfaction with Minutes of Silence
Premier League players are tired of eulogies and pre-match cheerleading campaigns.
According to the English newspaper Daily Mail, there is concern that eulogies and the promotion of various questions asked of clubs have become commonplace, which will reduce the importance of actions such as the departure of club legends.
An informed source said in a statement to an English newspaper: “The players are feeling exhausted with grief and there is a lot to do. The standards have clearly gone down.”
He added: “It is believed that the League and the Football Association are afraid of upsetting anyone and will agree to any request.”
And he concluded: “This is not limited to a moment of silence or applause, as coaches are always asked to support many different campaigns, which is why almost every week there are several badges on the chest, which backfires.”
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