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Due to the death of the Queen on September 14, the 7th round of the Premier League has been postponed, and whether it can be resumed this week is still unknown. The Queen died last week and the FA said the Queen was a long-time patron of the FA and decided to postpone all football matches from 9 to 11 September, while all scheduled football matches will be postponed on the day of the Queen's funeral on 19 September. Such a decision also won the support of the outside world, but only one team defied the wind and actually ignored the suspension ban of the Queen's death and insisted on playing.
This is a regional league team called Sheffield International, they played a game on the morning of September 10, to know that this time period is in the suspension period of the Queen's death, any team, including amateur leagues, grassroots teams are not allowed to play, but Sheffield International is against the wind, and in order to play, but also found all kinds of excuses.
Sheffield International decided to play a match on the morning of 10 September, and they initially called it an expression of respect for the Queen, deciding to cancel the match. Soon, however, Sheffield International arranged a friendly match against the same opponent at the same time, which was equivalent to still insisting on playing on the same day.
After the controversy, Sheffield International said the friendly match was cancelled and they were going to have a training session and were still the original opponents.
After the pressure hit, Sheffield International said that if it was not possible, it would practice rugby, and the rugby game itself did not stop anyway, which was not seen as disrespecting the Queen.
The final result: Sheffield International's opponents came as scheduled, the game went smoothly, and the whole game was finished.
The FA, aware of Sheffield International's series of operations and the fact that it ended up playing during the suspension, was so angry that it decided to take a heavy penalty against the regional league team. Sheffield International directly ignored the suspension ban of the Queen's death, and during the period, he also kept changing tricks and playing games in violation of the law.
Sheffield International's behavior has also been criticized by many people, saying that as a regional league team, they should have respected and enforced the ban on not playing football during the ban, but they repeatedly made excuses, from games to friendly matches, from friendly matches to rugby matches, and finally the opponent still came, and the game was also played, so that the violation should indeed be severely punished.
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