A moment of silence for Indonesia from UEFA!

A minute’s silence will be held at all UEFA competitions this week for the 125 people who lost their lives in a stampede after the police used tear gas to end the brawl during a football match in Indonesia.

In a written statement from UEFA, “Victims of tragic events at Kanjuruhan Stadium will be commemorated‘ it was said.

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1 MINUTE POSITION OF RESPECT FOR INDONESIA

UEFA has announced that it will hold a minute’s silence before the kick-off in memory of the victims of the tragic events at Indonesia’s Kanjuruhan Stadium.

In the statement, “This moment of silence will be featured in all UEFA matches this week (Champions League, Europa League, Europa Conference League and Women’s World Cup play-offs).‘ information has been given.

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