EFL ON THE DEATH OF PRINCE PHILIP
There will be two minutes of silence before every EFL match this weekend following the death of Prince Philip.
An EFL statement reads: “Following the tragic death of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, EFL can confirm that there will be two minutes of silence in front of all EFL devices taking place tonight. and at the end of the week (April 9-10).
“The players, coaches and match officials will also wear armbands as a homage to the late Duke.”
Rick Parry, President of EFL said: “EFL is really sad to learn about the death of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, at the age of 99.
“As the patron of more than 800 organizations, his appreciation for the promotion of sport and the well-being of young people is evident, and his loss will surely be felt. received not only in the UK but worldwide.
“Our general thoughts are with the Queen and the Royal Family at this difficult time.”