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Why Premier League players celebrated the goal

by doing a 'A' hand move this weekend  Ross Barkley, Jack Grealish and Ben Chilwell honored Chelsea supporter Andrew 'Woody' Wood following his death That was last Thursday, when Frank Lampard, John Terry and Cesar Azpilicueta expressed their emotional
tributes. Several Premier League players including Jack Grealish and Ross Barkley paid homage to Chelsea fans. , Andrew 'Woody' Wood after his death last week.
 
The Aston Villa pair were all on target in a 7-2 crushing victory over defending Premier League champions Liverpool on Sunday, and celebrated by forming an 'A' with hand right after scoring.
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The gesture was also seen at Stamford Bridge on Saturday as Chelsea left-back Ben Chilwell showed it behind the opener in a 4-0 win over Crystal Palace.







 
Some fans have questioned the celebrations on Twitter because it is not clear why players from different clubs made the move, but it was revealed as a tribute to the fans too. the late Chelsea, who passed away last Thursday at the age of 33.
Barkley joined Villa on loan from Chelsea last weekend and limited goals in his club debut with tribute to for Wood, while both Frank Lampard and John Terry, former Blues teammates who are currently coaches and assistant coach at Chelsea and Villa, also post tributes on Instagram. Poker Mahjong Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta also posted a tribute of his own on Saturday night, as the Spaniard took the win over Palace in his tribute.
 
Azpilicueta wrote on Twitter: “What a sad news. We lost a real Blue. Send love and strength to Woody's family and friends. Today's victory belongs to you, Woody. "
Group support We Are The Shed has posted a statement on social media to confirm the departure of Wood, along with a dazzling celebration for the home side at Stamford Bridge.
"Woody's enthusiasm for following Chelsea around the world has spread admirably," the statement wrote.
 
“He took his sons Nicholas and Joe everywhere and they became as famous and popular as he was.
“Woody will always try to help wherever he can, sort the tickets for as many of his friends, which is the mark of a cheerful, friendly person. He will be remembered by Chelsea fans everywhere.
 
“Rest in peace Andrew Wood. Keep the leaves green flag flying high. "
A page fundraising community was friend Anthony Hall established to support the family Wood, with the supporters of the Blues leave my wife Hayley and two sons of them.
 
At At the time of writing, the site has generated more than £ 8,100 out of a £ 10,000 goal, with some warm gratitude left to Wood among donations.Wood
is also the club secretary at Pinxton Football Club based in Derbyshire, he said: “Pinxton FC is very sad to learn about the departure of club secretary Andy 'Woody' Wood.
 
” Their thoughts and prayers I am with his family and friends during this difficult time. May loving memories ease the loss and bring you comfort. Play poker now, and start winning, earn lot of real money as easy in Fun88.