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MarcJWallace last won the day on November 22 2019

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    Jeff Barmby, centre forward for Selby Town, York City and Goole Town, but was at his best playing for Scarborough, where he scored 156 goals in 358 games in their pre-Football League days has died aged 78. https://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/sport/football/jeff-barmby-hull-footballer-78-5666380 Jeff was the father of Nick Barmby, who won 23 caps for England and scored four goals and famously moved from Everton to Liverpool during his career where he was part of The Reds treble-winning season in 2000-01.
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    Cha Gi-suk, a South Korean goalkeeper who played several times for the national team at Under-17 and Under-20 level and was in the senior squad for the 2004 Asian Cup, has died aged 34. He had struggled for some time with chronic kidney conditions, requiring several transplants, with AIDS seeing him off, received from a donor that had HIV. https://www.yna.co.kr/view/AKR20210713166800007
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    Chris Romero, known during his career as Chris Youngblood, where he portrayed a Native American along with his brother Mark is dead at 55.
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    Dilip Kumar

    A huge moment on this forum and I missed it, ffs.
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    Voice Actors

    Philece Sampler, voice actress whose credits included Digimon Adventure, Dragon Ball Super, The Legend of Korra and Ghost In The Shell among others has died of a heart attack aged 68.
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    Donald Rumsfeld

    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/donald-rumsfeld-dead-dies_n_585ac11be4b0d9a59456cdb7 deid oh ffs, no fast you’re last
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    Andy Ripley and other boofheads

    Marcelo Campo, who made 29 appearances for Argentina between 1978 and 1987 and was also in their squad for the inaugural Rugby World Cup that same year dead of a heart attack aged 63. Scored a very famous try for the Pumas against England at Twickenham in 1978.
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    Notable Coronavirus Victims

    Marcos Ferrufino, who picked up nine caps for Bolivia and was in two Copa America squads of 1989 and 1991 has succumbed to COVID aged 58.
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    Another South American death, as Bolivian international Marcos Ferrufino, a veteran of the 1989 and 1991 Copa America tournaments succumbs to COVID-19 aged 58.
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    Full-back Eleazar Soria, part of the Peru squad that won the 1975 Copa America, has died aged 73. He won 29 caps for Peru between 1972 and 1978, playing for Universitario and Sporting Cristal in his homeland either side of a spell with Independiente of Argentina. He won six Peruvian titles, four with Universitario (1967, 1969, 1971 and 1974) and two with Cristal (1979 and 1980) But perhaps his greatest honour at club level was winning the 1975 Copa Libertadores with Independiente, a squad that featured the not-too-long departed Agustin Balbuena.
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    And another, cross-posting this from the COVID thread. He scored 23 times in 89 games for AC Ajaccio, where he played in both the first and second tiers for the Corsican club.
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    Notable Coronavirus Victims

    Waldir Lucas Pereira, a Brazilian footballer whose career as a striker took him around the globe, but most notably for a decent spell in the top two divisions in France with Ajaccio. has succumbed to COVID-19 aged 39.
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    FIFA World Cup Players

    Luis del Sol, a member of the Spain squads at the 1962 and 1966 World Cups dead at 86.
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    Luis del Sol, inside-right for Real Madrid in the legendary 1960 European Cup final at Hampden Park, has died aged 86. He was prolific in his time at Real Madrid, scoring 22 times in 55 games between 1960 and 1962. But he was best known for his spells at Real Betis between 1953 and 1959, where he scored 38 goals in 152 games and latterly, Juventus, whom he joined from Real in 1962. He made 220 appearances for Juve, scoring 20 times in an eight-year career with them that saw him win Serie A and the Coppa Italia once each. After leaving Juve for Roma, he also won the Anglo-Italian Cup in 1972. Internationally, he won 16 caps for Spain, scoring three times and was part of not only the 1962 and 1966 Spanish squads at the World Cup but also the squad that won the European Championship in between in 1964.
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    FIFA World Cup Players

    Giampiero Boniperti, the last survivor from Italy's 1950 World Cup squad, dead at 92 from heart failure He was the captain of the Azzurri in 1954, from that squad only Carlo Galli (90) and Gino Pivatelli (88) survive.

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