#sports The Queen: Liverpool captains Jordan Henderson and Niamh Fahey pay tribute

#sports The Queen: Liverpool captains Jordan Henderson and Niamh Fahey pay tribute

#sports activities The Queen: Liverpool captains Jordan Henderson and Niamh Fahey pay tribute

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Liverpool pay their respects to the Queen as captains Jordan Henderson and Niamh Fahey signal a ebook of condolence on the Town Hall… as supervisor Jurgen Klopp tells followers observing minute’s silence at Anfield is ‘the correct factor to do’

  • Henderson and Fahey signed a ebook of condolence for Queen Elizabeth II
  • Liverpool captains visited the Town Hall and have been greeted by the Lord Mayor
  • Both left messages for Britain’s longest-serving monarch, who died aged 96
  • It got here as Jurgen Klopp spoke concerning the minute’s silence at Anfield on Tuesday 

Liverpool have paid their respects to Queen Elizabeth II as Jordan Henderson and Niamh Fahey signed a ebook of condolence.

Henderson, captain of the lads’s workforce, and Fahey, who skippers the ladies’s facet, went to Liverpool Town Hall on Monday the place they have been welcomed by the Lord Mayor Roy Gladden.

Dressed in black, each left messages within the public ebook of condolence in tribute to the longest-serving monarch in British historical past, who died final Thursday aged 96.

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson signs a book of condolence for Queen Elizabeth II

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson indicators a ebook of condolence for Queen Elizabeth II

Niamh Fahey, the captain of the Liverpool women's team, also left a tribute at the Town Hall

Niamh Fahey, the captain of the Liverpool ladies’s workforce, additionally left a tribute on the Town Hall

It got here as Reds boss Jurgen Klopp mentioned a minute’s silence forward of Tuesday night time’s Champions League recreation with Ajax at Anfield is an appropriate solution to present respect for the Queen.

Some Liverpool followers selected to boo ‘God Save the Queen’ when it was performed at Wembley earlier than their FA Cup ultimate win over Chelsea again in May.

Asked concerning the minute’s silence at his pre-match press convention, Klopp mentioned: ‘I believe it’s the proper factor to do, however I do not assume our folks want any recommendation from me to indicate respect.’

Klopp has identified that followers at Anfield gave Cristiano Ronaldo a minute’s applause in April after the tragic demise of his child son, regardless of the Portuguese star taking part in for one of many membership’s greatest rivals, Manchester United.

The Queen, the longest-serving British monarch, died at Balmoral on Thursday aged 96

The Queen, the longest-serving British monarch, died at Balmoral on Thursday aged 96 

He admitted he was ‘proud’ of the followers’ response to Ronaldo, and feels this provides a great indication that supporters on the stadium will act respectfully throughout the minute’s silence.

‘One, which stunned me, and I used to be actually happy with that second, was final yr after we performed Manchester United round a really unhappy state of affairs round Cristiano Ronaldo’s household. For me, it is clear that is what we needed to do,’ he added.

Klopp went on to pay his personal private tribute to the Queen, hailing her as a ‘heat and loving woman’ earlier than confirming that he would honour the minute’s silence.

Jurgen Klopp thinks a minute's silence for the Queen on Tuesday is the 'right thing to do'

Jurgen Klopp thinks a minute’s silence for the Queen on Tuesday is the ‘proper factor to do’

Liverpool fans took part in a minute's applause for Cristiano Ronaldo earlier this year following the tragic death of his baby son

Liverpool followers took half in a minute’s applause for Cristiano Ronaldo earlier this yr following the tragic demise of his child son

He continued: ‘She was a very nice, heat and loving woman. She’s the one Queen of England I’ve ever identified. I did not know her however she was sort and heat. People really feel so near her and I respect their grief quite a bit.

‘I’ll present my respect tomorrow night time with silence.’

While Liverpool recreation with Ajax will go forward, there may be doubt over Sunday’s Premier League match towards Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

There are considerations that police assets can be too stretched by the Queen’s funeral in London the next day and occasions over the weekend throughout 10 days of nationwide mourning.

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