“I cry with the British people” –

From Sports Editorial Board

“In recent years I have felt the eternal love of the United Kingdom for its Queen, and how important it will be to them forever,” the Manchester United champion said on Instagram. Messages also from Federer, Beckham, Pele and others

for Cristiano Ronaldo England is like a second home. He welcomed him at a very young age, and again a year ago. It was at Manchester United CR7 that he grew up and matured into one of the best footballers in the world. He also joined the choir of voices in memory of Queen Elizabeth, who passed away yesterday at the age of 96. “I played seven years in my career in the Premier League, and this is my eighth season here. In all these years I felt the UK’s eternal love for its queenand how important His Majesty the King is and will remain forever for the British,” Cristiano wrote in a post on Instagram Which instantly got millions of ‘likes’.

“I respect his memory and mourn this irreparable loss with the country I have learned to call home – concluded CR7 -. My thoughts and prayers are with the royal family.”

Ronaldo is not the only athlete who remembered the Queen with kind words. Among them is Jose MourinhoRoma coach: “England is my home, I’m very sorry.” Then Gary Lineker: “An extraordinary woman, who served her country with dignity, loyalty and grace”; Harry ken: “The Queen was an extraordinary inspiration”; pellet: “I admire the Queen, her actions affected generations”; Mikhail Owen: “A life of service and dedication, thank you, Your Majesty”; David Beckham: “Until the last days he served the country with dignity and grace”; Gianfranco Zola: “Meeting the Queen in Rome was a privilege”; Present Federer: “I am deeply saddened. His elegance, grace and loyalty will remain in history.”

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The messages are very different from those posted by former England international Trevor Sinclair, who caused such a storm on Twitter that he had to remove his post: “Racism was banned in England in the 1960s and allowed to flourish, so why are black people and mulatto crying?!”, The former midfielder, now 49, has a past at Manchester City and West Ham, thought the former midfielder.

Sep 9, 2022 (change on Sep 9, 2022 | 16:21)

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