Sportsmail understands that the NHS choir will sing the national anthem, ahead of the clash between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City, in a pre-recorded video that will be interspersed with a ‘thank you’ from all 92 clubs that took part in the competition.
EFL officials have sent out a ‘Thank You NHS’ placard to every club this week and have asked each to take a photograph of either their manager, captain or first team players holding it up for what will be a powerful message.
There will be enormous tributes to the NHS during the Carabao Cup final at Wembley in April
Manchester City and Tottenham are due to meet in the competition’s showpiece on April 25
It is also understood that both sides will wear patches thanking the NHS on their jerseys for the April 25.
The move comes amid a growing row between nursing unions and the Government, after it offered NHS staff a below-inflation pay increase of 1 per cent.
The Royal College of Nursing has set up a £35million fund to support industrial action, should a strike take place.
Following Project Restart, clubs across the country wore heart-shaped patches on their jerseys to thank the NHS for its effort throughout the pandemic.
It comes amid a row between nursing unions and the Government over NHS staff’s 1% pay rise
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