Leicester City players arrive in Bangkok for Vichai’s funeral
Leicester City football club players and fans have paid emotional tributes to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who died in a helicopter crash last week, ahead of last night’s Premier League match against Cardiff City.
Meanwhile, Leicester City players and officials have arrived in Thailand to attend the funeral of the club’s owner and mentor at Wat Thepsirin in Bangkok.
His Majesty the King has provided funeral water and bestowed an octagonal funerary urn for the royally-sponred funeral rite. Several prominent business, political, sports and entertainment figures and celebrities attended the first day the week-long rites ceremony yesterday (Saturday).
The Leicester City players attended services today and will attend again tomorrow (Monday) after beating Cardiff 1-0 in the first game since his death.
Before the match they wore T-shirts featuring a picture of Vichai while fans held banners expressing their condolences. They stood for a minute’s silence along with Leicester City staff and fans ahead of the kick-off.
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