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Ugo Ehiogu

Postby LeicesterBee » 21 Apr 2017, 09:12

Shocking news RIP
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

Postby jerroll » 21 Apr 2017, 09:18

Terribly sad only 44 years old, RIP Ugo.
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

Postby hoofer2 » 21 Apr 2017, 09:56

This really is a sad news story. He was very unlucky not to get more England caps, as I felt he was a far better footballer than some of the other centre halfs who did. He also used to always earn me a shed load of points for the original fantasy football league. To have lost someone so young who was coaching the next footballing generation is very sad too.

RIP Ugo.

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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

Postby jerroll » 21 Apr 2017, 09:59

hoofer2 wrote:This really is a sad news story. He was very unlucky not to get more England caps, as I felt he was a far better footballer than some of the other centre halfs who did. He also used to always earn me a shed load of points for the original fantasy football league. To have lost someone so young who was coaching the next footballing generation is very sad too.

RIP Ugo.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mOq_KmgVos

born in the wrong era, would have won tons of caps in the current era!
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

Postby becbee » 21 Apr 2017, 12:05

I see Aston Villa are holding a minute's applause before their match on Sunday. Why do we no longer seem to have minute's silence? A minute's applause to remember and celebrate a long life well lived is fine but surely there is nothing celebratory or applause-worthy about the tragedy of a man of only 44 years suddenly being snatched away without warning?
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

Postby jerroll » 21 Apr 2017, 12:25

becbee wrote:I see Aston Villa are holding a minute's applause before their match on Sunday. Why do we no longer seem to have minute's silence? A minute's applause to remember and celebrate a long life well lived is fine but surely there is nothing celebratory or applause-worthy about the tragedy of a man of only 44 years suddenly being snatched away without warning?

I would suggest it is due to the opposition being Brum,the last thing Villa would want is a load of drink fueled idiots making noise through a minutes silence
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

Postby Mickbee » 21 Apr 2017, 15:10

A proper defender and as stated would walk into the current England side. Tragic to have gone at such a young age, thoughts with his family and friends. R.I.P.
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Re: Ugo Ehiogu

Postby barnetdw » 21 Apr 2017, 21:48

Echo the above, rated him as a player.

I know that a minute's applause is becoming common, but I feel it totally inappropriate in a lot of cases. And if people behave badly I feel like that should be called out rather than masked.

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