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Discussion in 'General football forum' started by dickie davies, 20 Apr 2017.
what a shocker 44 no age, you just dont know when its your time, so sad for his family.
Very sad. RIP Ugo.
Awful news and to think he was only on the training ground yesterday, RIP Ugo.
RIP Ugo. 44 is no age to die, although this isn't much comfort to his family at least he died in what he enjoyed doing.
Sometimes athletes can be so fit that the slightest ailment can cause serious problems.
I remember former Oldham player Alan Groves dying of a heart attack aged 29... he was still playing. They said he was too fit.
RIP Ugo. A fine player