Why was there no minute's silence before the Premier League games at the weekend for the terrorist attack in New Zealand where 50 people died?
After the 2015 Paris attacks, Premier League players wore black armbands and the French national anthem was played at stadiums. This should happen again now.
The FA has now said there will be a minute's silence before England's friendly match on Friday, but the Premier League still has an opportunity to stand up and be counted.
As an international brand, watched by people all over the world, and they should hold a minute's silence during the next round of matches on weekend of the 30th March.
Please sign my petition to tell the Premier League to honour the victims of horrific New Zealand terror attack.