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Jose Mourinho pays impromptu tribute to the Queen after Roma lose to Ludogorets

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The Portuguese coach supplied some heartfelt phrases after Her Majesty’s dying (Image: Getty)

Jose Mourinho has paid a heartfelt tribute to Queen Elizabeth II after her dying, with the Roma boss discovering the information halfway by his aspect’s Europa League match.

The Italian membership have been crushed 2-1 by Ludogorets on Thursday night time, with information of the Queen’s dying breaking simply moments earlier than the groups have been resulting from return to the pitch for the second half.

Mourinho has spent a lot of his managerial life in England, having had two spells at Chelsea and in addition managed Manchester United and Tottenham.

He nonetheless calls London house and was extremely moved by the Queen’s dying, providing an impromptu tribute to Her Majesty in his post-match interview after the match.

Chatting with Sky Sport Italia, Mourinho mentioned: ‘I’m so sorry to listen to this information.

‘I’m not a foreigner in Britain, it’s my house, my household’s house, we’ve lived there for a few years.

‘She was an exquisite determine. I don’t know anybody who didn’t have respect for her. She was an excellent woman in addition to a Queen.’

Queen Elizabeth II useless: Key particulars

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has died after 70 years on the throne, together with her dying introduced by Buckingham Palace on September 8, 2022.

She died on the age of 96 surrounded by her household at her house in Balmoral, together with her son and inheritor to the throne Charles, the Prince of Wales, and her grandsons, the Duke Of Cambridge, Prince William and the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry.

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Buckingham Palace introduced the Queen’s dying at round 6.30pm on Thursday night, with Arsenal having a minute’s silence earlier than the second half in their very own Europa League conflict with FC Zurich – though it was spoiled by some booing and jeering.

Manchester United and West Ham impeccably noticed a minute’s silence in their very own Europa League and Europa Convention League matches, with supporters of the east London membership even breaking right into a rendition of God Save The King.

The choice for these matches to be performed largely got here from UEFA, who didn’t wish to postpone the fixtures so near kick-off with many supporters already en route.

This weekend’s Premier League and Soccer League fixtures are anticipated to be postponed, nevertheless, as the UK enters 10 days of official mourning.

The EFL has already confirmed that its Friday night time matches – Burnley v Norwich within the Championship and Tranmere Rovers v Stockport County in League Two – have been referred to as off.

A press release additionally confirmed that an announcement relating to the weekend would come on Friday morning: ‘A dedication relating to the rest of this weekend’s scheduled fixtures might be made following a evaluate of the official mourning steering, along with additional session with DCMS and different sports activities on Friday morning.’

MORE : Minute’s silence for the Queen booed and jeered during Arsenal’s clash with FC Zurich

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