Premier League football club Liverpool on Monday extended greetings to all their Sikh supporters on the occasion of Vaisakhi.
“Liverpool Football Club would like to say ‘Happy Khalsa Vaisakhi Day’ to all our Sikh supporters celebrating today and we wish you a safe holiday,” the club said in a statement released on their official website
Vaisakhi is one of the historical and religious festival celebrated in Sikhism which shows the commencement of Khalsa Panth in 1699 by Guru Gobind Singh. It is usually celebrated on 13 or 14 April. Basically it is the spring harvest festival for North Indians. But this time nothing is going on as due to the corona virus Pandemic.
Manchester United, meanwhile, took to their official Twitter account to post the greetings. “Wishing you a peaceful and safe #Vaisakhi, from everyone at #MUFC!” wrote the club
All the football leagues have been cancelled or postponed. Preimer league has also announced that the season 2019-20 will return only after it is safe outside as they have the responsibility of players and staff members also.