English star David Beckham mourned the historical legend of Manchester United, Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of Britain and the Commonwealth, who passed away on Thursday.

“I am deeply saddened by the death of Her Majesty the Queen, what an abundance of love and respect we have seen for the platinum jubilee of her life in our service,” Beckham said on his official account on “Instagram” .

He continued, “The extent of the devastation we feel today shows what she meant to people in this country and around the world, how much she inspired us with her leadership, and how she stood by us in difficult times .”

He added: “Until her last days, she served her country with dignity and generosity, this year she would know how much her love, thoughts and prayers are with our royal family .”

It is expected that the English Clubs Association will decide today, Friday,  to postpone the matches of the seventh round in the Premier League “Premier League” in mourning for the death of Queen Elizabeth II, after a decision was issued yesterday to postpone the matches of the First Division “Championship”.

And according to the English newspaper “Daily Mail”, the League of Clubs will take a decision to postpone the seventh round of matches in the Premier League,  after reviewing the official mourning procedures for the death of Queen Elizabeth.

On Thursday, Buckingham Palace announced the death of Queen Elizabeth II at the age of 96, after her health deteriorated .

The English newspaper added that the country will enter into mourning for no less than 10 days after the departure of the queen, who has been in power for 70 years, explaining that  the Premier League clubs, although they have not been officially notified yet of the postponement of the seventh round matches, but it is almost certain that it will likely be done. It was announced on Friday afternoon .

It is noteworthy that the seventh round of the Premier League was scheduled to start tomorrow afternoon, Saturday, September 10, at three o’clock in the afternoon, with a match between Liverpool and Woverhampton, and to conclude on Monday with a match between Leeds United and Nottingham Forest .

The Premier League,  which is responsible for postponing the management of the English Premier League matches, “Champion Sheep” and lower levels, announced the postponement of Friday’s matches in the English Championship, in mourning for the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of Britain and the Commonwealth .

In an official statement, the League added: “In respect of the death of Queen Elizabeth II earlier today, the League has confirmed that the matches scheduled for Friday evening have been postponed .”

The league added that a decision on the remaining matches scheduled this weekend will be made after reviewing the official mourning guidelines .

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