Bayern Munich Fans Protest After Queen's Death Led To Fixture Change
Bayern Munich Fans Lash Out At UEFA For Changing Fixtures “Because Of A Royal’s Death”

Bayern fans take a piss at UEFA

Bayern Munich fans slammed the UEFA for altering the original schedule of the Champions League and Europa League due to the death of the Queen. During their clash against Barcelona, the Bayern fans displayed the banner that read, “Last minute match delays and bans because of a royal’s death? Respect fans!”


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Napoli’s game against Rangers, which was scheduled to take place on Tuesday, has been postponed by a day, and the away fans are not allowed to enter the Ibrox Stadium. In the reverse fixture, the Rangers supporters will not be allowed to enter Diego Maradona Stadium.


The UEFA, however, explained that these measures were taken because of the limited police resources in the wake of Queen Elizabeth’s death. “This is due to the severe limitations on police resources and organizational issues related to the ongoing events surrounding the national mourning for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II,” read a statement from the UEFA.

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In the Europa League, the match between Arsenal and PSV Eindhoven has been postponed indefinitely, and there’s little chance for this game to be organized before January next year. The London-based club doesn’t have a spare mid-week before the beginning of the next year.


“Last weekend it seemed that the game would be played next Thursday, but the national authorities in Great Britain have decided that insufficient deployment of police personnel is possible due to the funeral services of the British Queen Elizabeth in London,” said the UEFA.

The Bayern fans have always been very explicit in their protests, and their protest against the UEFA was supported by a majority of football fans across the globe. As far as the match is concerned, Bayern survived a first-half scare from the revamped Barcelona before slotting in two quick goals to cruise through this challenge.

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All eyes were on Robert Lewandowski, who joined Barcelona from Bayern this year, and he had a couple of golden opportunities in the first half, but couldn’t bury the ball into the net. Xavi was spot on with his assessment when he said, “the difference between us and Bayern is that they don’t forgive in front of goal.”


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