The Athletic

Postponing football matches across the UK seems like a missed opportunity

It was probably not the first time football had been accused of being ‘out of touch with popular sentiment’. It was certainly not the last. It was February 1952 and Britain was mourning the death of King George VI. Shops and factories closed, along with cinemas and theaters, as the country came to a standstill. …

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