September 24, 2022

Established in France since 1999, the supervisor of the English Montpellier crew may be very touched by the dying of Elizabeth II. Just like the English gamers within the lineup.

Despite the fact that he has been residing in France since 1999 when he arrived in Usap, Tom Whitford is however a topic of His Majesty. He due to this fact welcomed the dying of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday night with nice emotion. “She was an exquisite girl, she united a divided world,” says the pinnacle of the Montpellier crew. She spent her entire life within the service of her topics. A stupendous, robust, stoic girl with rules.”

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Very touched by the disappearance, he additionally talked about it with two English gamers of the French membership champion Zach Mercer and Henri Thomas, “they’re additionally very affected by this disappearance, we wish to placed on a black armband for the match in opposition to Bordeaux (this Saturday, September 10, approx. ed.) as an indication of our solidarity”.

Tom Whitford additionally shared his feelings along with his household. “Often we by no means eat in entrance of the TV, however on Thursday evening we made an exception with my spouse and my three youngsters so they may see what it means. I believe it is necessary as a result of it is a part of their custom, a part of their tradition. … Elizabeth II was there in good instances and unhealthy instances, she was our chief. However you might have to be English to grasp what which means.”

🤗🤗🤗🤗 A thought for our English gamers tonight.

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For the Birmingham native and former Usap and Toulon participant, the Queen of England represented many issues. “It was a milestone for us, we grew up together with her,” he explains. “She was a part of our life. It has advanced over time and now we have adopted it. .’

Tom Whitford can be interested by his successor, the present King Charles III. “I believe he’ll be certain that he does his job correctly,” concludes the Montpellier participant.

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