Prague police braced for England visit and state funeral of national icon Karel Gott

  • 1 Nov, 2019

Prague authorities are bracing themselves – and not merely because of Englands Euro 2020 qualifier against the Czech Republic on Friday. A few 250,000 mourners are expected to nationwide celebrity Karel Gotts state funeral in town over the next 48 hours. He has been described as the guy in the Czech Republic – a cross between Tom Jones, Frank Sinatra and Mick Jagger – that released over 100 records and is thought to have sold 100 million albums. His funeral is going to be a significant and sombre occasion for Czechs and tens of thousands. England fans have been requested to be on their best behaviour. There are dangers associated playing a game on a Friday night but a request by the united kingdom authorities turned into to move the fixture. The authorities are convinced that was the ideal call. Yes, Prague will probably be tremendously busy that weekend, however, the police are confident they have the funds to deal with an global football match and a state funeral. Read more: footballleagueworld.com

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