Gareth Southgate and Sarina Wiegman paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II


The England men’s and women’s national football teams, Gareth Southgate and Sarina Wiegman respectivelypaid heartfelt tribute to Queen Elizabeth, who died Thursday at the age of 96 after a 70-year reign.

Sarina Wiegman, who led the English women’s team to victory at Euro 2022, said: “You are, your majesty, the inspiration.” The coach explained that Queen Elizabeth told him in a letter that the Lionesses’ success in the European Championship inspired him. This Friday, Wiegman confirmed that the monarch was the inspiration “as a mother for people who seek stability and peace”.

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while, the men’s coach, Gareth Southgate, said Queen Elizabeth showed the world “what it means to be British”. And the coach also assured: “His qualities, his dignity, his stability, are an example for us, he gave us stability and security in the best moments and in the most difficult.”

Source: La Verdad


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