Leicester City players after defeating Cardiff City by a lone goal in an emotional filled atmosphere on Saturday, jetted to Thailand participate in the week-long funeral of Srivaddhanaprabha who died along with four others shortly after the game at the Kings Power Stadium.
Leicester City fans held up shirts in rememberance of Srivaddhanaprabha, who was affectionately known as "The Boss".
A scheduled EFL Cup clash with Southampton on Tuesday was postponed, with Leicester players - who paid tribute to the 60-year-old at the ground this week - returning to action in the Welsh capital on Saturday.
She then added: "We all understand the emotion behind it, but what if a player next week rips off his shirt displaying a message for his sick brother?"
Many felt Probert demonstrated a complete lack of understanding and common sense in booking Gray given the sensitive and raw nature of last weeks tragic events that has united the footballing world. "But it was nice to get a win to take to Thailand now and hopefully we did his family proud". "The main thing is we all come together even stronger and do Vichai proud".
"The relationship was exactly how you've seen it put out there". The first 10 minutes I couldn't steady myself, I was kind of shaking a little bit.
"He wasn't just a chairman, he always made sure that he went out of his way to get to know you on a personal level, with your families".
He said: "Playing football has not been at the front of our minds this week but it is one of the best remedies you can have".
"We will see how we manage next week because it will be hard".
"I think it will be a odd atmosphere before kick-off, and I don't think anybody knows what sort of game it will be".
"I saw it all happen. For a few minutes in the game when it starts you need your focus just on the football, but before and after the match we can not forget".
Leading the group was club captain Wes Morgan, Vardy and goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel.
His death sent shockwaves through Leicester, where the charismatic Vichai had become a beloved figure in the club and the city - a feat rarely achieved by the Premier League's foreign owners.