Bangkok – Players and Leicester City to arrive in Bangkok on Sunday to attend the mourning ceremony of the club president Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, whose death in a helicopter accident last season shocked the Premier League club.
On Sunday is Wat Thepsirin, one of Bangkok's most famous temples, the site of the most important funeral home in Thailand.
In the coming days, Thai business and political elites are likely to visit the temple to honor their respect, while monks sing Buddhist poems over the duty-free Mongolian body.
Vichai, aged 60, died last week with four others when the helicopter collapsed and flared after stepping down from Leicester after a game.
His death in Leicester exploded where charismatic Vichai became a favorite in the club and in the city – a performance that was rarely felt by foreign owners of the Premier League.
Vichai owned that Leicester had designed one of the biggest fairies in English football history by winning the 2015/16 Premier League after being outstripped by 5,000-1 in the beginning of the season
On Saturday, the team played in Cardiff City, its first match since its death, both teams teamed up to honor their respect before the game.
The banner of Thailand's flag, "R.I.P. Vichai", went through the stadium and the crowd watched for a minute of silence. The fans wore T-shirts with Vichai's picture, under the title "The Boss".
After the game, 13 members of Leicester City – including Claude Puel, striker Jamie Vardy and Shinji Okazaki – rented a chartered flight to Bangkok, Bangkok, according to the Vichai company King Power.
Along with the Jon Rudkin football manager, the other players are also involved in the first team team.
Wes Morgan captain, Harry Maguire, Christian Fuchs and Ben Chiwell, Wilfred Ndidi, James Maddison, Marc Albrighton and Andy King.
Casino Kasper Schmeichel — who is closest to Leichesteri players to Vichai – also participates in the funeral.
King Power spokeswoman also added that Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana, daughter of King Maha Vajiralongkorn, is expected to attend Sunday's ceremony.
The first three days of the complicated celebration will be a royal sponsor.
After the weekly ceremony, the Vichai body is kept for 100 days before the cremation, although it does not have to specify the date.
The Vichai company started a deal in Bangkok; Today, King Power's monopoly has a monopoly over Thailand's tourist heavy-duty airports over duty-free shops.
In spite of its business intelligence, Vichai belonged to the upswing of the unkindness of Thailand's unpredictable politics and current transformers.
His relationships with the monarchy were mirrored by the company and the surname, which was given to him by the former king and "a favorable and prosperous light".
Vichai leaves the wife and four children, two boys and two daughters.
The four additional collusive victims were the British police Nursara Suknamai – the actress and the second runner in Miss Thailand Universe in 2005 – and Kaveporn Punpare, both Vichai crew members, Eric Swaffer pilot and passenger Izabela Roza Lechowicz.