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R.I.P. Dean Richards!

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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
Will be sadly missed.

Struggled through injuries during his football career but was always a fan favourite.
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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
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He was the man at Bradford City
#3
Remember him at Saints. RIP Dean
#4
very young age ! RIP fella.
#5
Is you go on youtube there are so many videos of footballers having heart attacks and dying in game - really sad !
#6
Bradford born guy, R.I.P Will be sadly missed by a lot of people..
#7
Remember when Spurs paid 8m for him and I was like 'Eh??'

Anyway RIP
suspended#8
When did he die?? Isn't on TheSun website
suspended#9
Oh just seen it on BBC news... Very sad RIP :(

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/9408254.stm
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dandoc2
Is you go on youtube there are so many videos of footballers having heart attacks and dying in game - really sad !

Yes and he wasn't one of them (brain tumour)
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Mallinersha
dandoc2
Is you go on youtube there are so many videos of footballers having heart attacks and dying in game - really sad !


Yes and he wasn't one of them (brain tumour)


You sure it was a brain tumor? It said on BBC news he had tests for that and it was negative


Edited By: jonny619447 on Feb 26, 2011 20:18
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jonny619447
Mallinersha
dandoc2
Is you go on youtube there are so many videos of footballers having heart attacks and dying in game - really sad !


Yes and he wasn't one of them (brain tumour)


You sure it was a brain tumor? It said on BBC news he had tests for that and it was negative



On the Sky website it states he died of a brain abnormality which I think was the reason for his retirement in 2005, not necessarily a brain tumour

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