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Notable Deaths That Shake Football Universe
Apparently, death is inevitable but when it comes it affect a lot of souls and leave us with questions like God, why Him/Her? The list I will highlight on this article are people who have imparted lives and they will always be remembered by the entire Football Universe. Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha: The Liecester City Boss lost his lives after he finished watching His team drew against West Ham on Saturday, He never had an Idea that would be His last moment on Earth. He became the Owner of the Liecester City by 2010, where he pumped millions of pounds. His dream to bring them to the Top League was accomplished and he was blessed with The EPL Title. Aside Liecester City, he also imparted lives, the orphanages, communities, Thailand National Team, etc. Vichai, your death still shock the World. REST IN PERFECT PEACE. Chapecoense: 28th of November, 2016 will always be remembered by the entire football lovers as Black Monday. This day took away 71 souls consisting of Football Players, Staffs and Journalists. The aircraft was transporting the Brazilian Chapecoense football squad and their entourage from Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, to Medellín, where the team was scheduled to play at the 2016 Copa Sudamericana Finals. Friends, Families and Fans pays tribute to the demised souls. Forca Chape, the World will always remember you. Win trophies in Heaven Team.The Munich Air Disaster: 6th February, 1958 claimed 20 lives which includes Manchester United Players. The team was returning from a European Cup match in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, having eliminated Red Star Belgrade to advance to the semi-finals of the competition. Football Universe still pay tributes to you Legends, REST IN PEACE. The sporting fraternity will for long remember 2016 as the year the cold hands of death snatched some of its icons. Stephen Keshi and Amodu Shuaibu died a Heroic death. They both left the World June, 2016. Stephen Keshi won the AFCON with the Super Eagles as a Coach and Player, he also managed other National Teams where he made massive impart, while Shuaibu guided the Super Eagles through the qualifiers for the 2002 and 2010 editions of the FIFA World Cup but was not allowed to lead the team to the tournaments. SLEEP ON LEGENDS. THE WORLD MISS YOU, NIGERIANS MISS YOU. Here I will drop my pen but I will list some players who also died on and off pitch whose death will be remembered by fans, friends and families: Cheick Tiote, Marc-Vivien Foe, Ramon Neto da Costa, Dan Wilkinson, Michael Umanika, Sékou Camara, Bruno Boban, Davide Astori, Samuel Okparaji, Jordan McNair, Jlloyd Samuel, Antonio Puerta, Luyanda Ntshangase, Marc-Vivien Foe, Maggie Varcoe, etcTime won't permit me mentioning names. Lemme know some notable players names I didn't add in the comment section below.REST IN PEACE LEGENDS. THE WORLD MISS YOU ALLThanks for Stopping By.Read, Upvote, and Comment. PeaceEasyboi