West Ham Women copy Men's side in sending message to Queen Elizabeth II ahead of WSL opener

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The Queen's state funeral takes place on this upcoming bank holiday Monday and all sides up and down the footballing pyramid have been paying their respects ahead of the big event

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West Ham Women have followed the footballing world in paying a fitting tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II ahead of the big state funeral taking place on this upcoming bank holiday Monday.

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Last weekend, the whole world was rocked by the news that Queen Elizabeth II had passed away peacefully at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. Since the news was announced, the Premier League and FA decide to cancel the upcoming round of fixtures that weekend.

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This meant that Paul Konchesky's domestic debut against Chelsea was postponed whilst the men's side had their fixture against Newcastle pushed back for a later date.

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Fast forward a week and with all football going ahead, with the state funeral scheduled for this upcoming Monday in what is expected to be the biggest Policing operation in recent history, all clubs have been paying their respects to the late Queen. At Goodison Park, both David Moyes and Frank Lampard laid down flowers on the pitch ahead of the one-minute silence. 

At the London Stadium, West Ham fans belted out the national anthem in what was a beautiful moment ahead of kick-off against Romanian side FC FCSB.

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Whilst people have been queueing for hours upon hours paying their respects to the late Monarch in Westminster Hall, football has done its part in ensuring that Her Majesty was given the send-off she deserves after over 70 years of service.

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