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Leyton Orient manager Justin Edinburgh has died at the age of 49 six days after suffering a cardiac arrest.
Thatís very sad news. RIP Justin Edinburgh.
Justin Edinburgh was a mainstay of my Merlin Premier League sticker books from 1995-1999, and he was always I player I bought on a Bosman whenever I played Championship Manager 2. RIP.
Gabriele Grunewald, the US distance runner hailed as an inspiration for her spirit in fighting cancer for 10 years, has died at the age of 32 .

Grunewald - the US champion over 3,000m indoors in 2014 - is the 12th-fastest American woman in history over 1500m.
Some sad news for Women's Football

The body of Swiss footballer Florijana Ismaili has been found.
Gosh that's awful, my prayers are with her friends and family.
Legendary racing pundit John McCririck, who for many years was the face of British horse racing, has died at a London hospital on Friday aged 79.

McCririck made his career as the face of Channel 4's racing coverage, famous for his loud, eccentric style and his signature deerstalker hat.

He also appeared on reality TV shows such as Celebrity Big Brother, Celebrity Wife Swap and Celebrity Coach Trip.

South Africa World Cup winner James Small has died aged 50.

The former Springbok winger was taken to hospital on Tuesday after suffering a suspected heart attack.

Small played 47 Tests for South Africa, including the 1995 World Cup final win over New Zealand.
Former boxing world champion Pernell 'Sweet Pea' Whitaker has died after being hit by a vehicle in the US. He was 55.
Former world judo champion Craig Fallon has died at the age of 36.

Fallon won the -60kg final at the World Championships in 2005 before claiming the 2006 European Championships and winning the 2007 World Cup.

He is the last British judoka to win a world title and only the third British male to achieve the feat.

Fallon, who also won Commonwealth Games gold for England in Manchester in 2002, competed at the Olympics in 2004 and 2008 before retiring from judo in 2011.
The former Australian Davis Cup tennis player, Peter McNamara, has died from cancer aged 64.

McNamara, who reached a career-high No 7 in the world in 1983, beat all-time greats Jimmy Connors and Ivan Lendl to win two of his five singles titles.
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The former Australian Davis Cup tennis player, Peter McNamara, has died from cancer aged 64.

McNamara, who reached a career-high No 7 in the world in 1983, beat all-time greats Jimmy Connors and Ivan Lendl to win two of his five singles titles.

Known to many as half of the McNamara / McNamee doubles partnership. RIP.
Russian boxer Maxim Dadashev has died at the age of 28 following injuries suffered in his IBF light-welterweight fight against Subriel Matias.

Dadashev was reportedly unable to walk to the dressing room after his bout was stopped by trainer Buddy McGirt at the end of the 11th round on Friday.

He was hospitalised with bleeding on the brain and underwent emergency surgery but failed to recover.
Argentine boxer Hugo Santillan has died from injuries sustained during a title fight, just days after the death of Russian fighter Maxim Dadashev.

The 23-year-old collapsed in the ring on Saturday shortly after his WBC Latino Silver lightweight bout with Eduardo Javier Abreu in Argentina ended in a draw.

He was taken to hospital and underwent emergency surgery but died on Thursday.

"Rest in Peace, Hugo Santillan," the World Boxing Council said in a tweet.

Santillan is the second boxer to die from injuries sustained in the ring this week after Dadashev's death was confirmed on Tuesday.
RIP Bjorg Lambrecht, died in a crash on the Tour of Poland sad.gif
For those of us from Belfast, this news came as a shock - Tommy Breslin has died suddenly at the age of 58. He was a legend at local club Cliftonville FC, playing as a midfielder for many years, and then managing them to Irish League titles in 2013 & 2014. My family would have known him well - my mother works with his sister, so it's come as a real shock to us.
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Dorset Police have confirmed that the body recovered from a plane in the English Channel as Emilano Sala.

Footballer Emiliano Sala was exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide prior to a fatal plane crash in the English Channel, a report has revealed.

Sala, 28, and pilot David Ibbotson, 59, crashed on 21 January while travelling from Nantes in France to Cardiff.

Toxicology tests on Sala's body showed CO levels in his blood were so great it could have caused a seizure, unconsciousness or a heart attack.

The Sala family said there should be a detailed examination of the plane.

Still surreal what happened. Again thoughts go out to both families.
Italian cycling legend Felice Gimondi, one of only seven riders to have won all three Grand Tours, has died at the age of 76.

Gimondi suffered a heart attack while swimming in Sicily on Friday.

After a late call-up, he won the 1965 Tour de France in his first season as a professional at just 22 years old.

By winning the Giro d'Italia in 1967 and the Vuelta a Espana in 1968, he became the second cyclist after Jacques Anquetil to win all three Grand Tours.
R.I.P former Ghana and Nottingham Forest striker Junior Agogo who has died today at the age of 40. He only just turned 40 at the beginning of this month as well.
Ferdy Murphy, who trained 10 Cheltenham Festival and three Scottish Grand National winners, has died aged 70.

Murphy moved to France from his North Yorkshire base in 2013 and was diagnosed with cancer four years ago.

A former stable jockey for Paddy Mullins, his Cheltenham winners as a trainer included French Holly, Paddy's Return and Poker De Sivola.

He took the Scottish Grand National with Paris Pike (2000), Joes Edge (2005) and Hot Weld (2007).

Murphy also saddled 40-1 outsider Sibton Abbey, ridden by Adrian Maguire, to win the Hennessy Gold Cup in 1992, and the 2004 Irish Grand National winner Granit D'Estruval.
King Rollo
The former Pakistan leg spinner Abdul Qadir has died aged 63. He took 236 wickets in 67 test matches.
Former South Africa international and 1995 World Cup winner Chester Williams has died at the age of 49.

Williams played 27 Tests for the Springboks between 1993 and 2000, scoring 14 tries.

The former wing was the only black player in the World Cup-winning team that defeated rivals New Zealand 15-12 in South Africa 24 years ago.
Former Ryder Cup golfer Brian Barnes has died aged 74 from cancer after a short illness.

He was best known for beating Jack Nicklaus twice in a day during the 1975 match against the United States.

Barnes played for Great Britain & Ireland and then Europe in six Ryder Cups between 1969 and 1979 and won 20 professional titles.

Born in Surrey, he represented Scotland in team events and recorded three top-10 finishes at the Open Championship.

Barnes won the Senior British Open in 1995 and became the first man to defend the title the following year.
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