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MarcJWallace last won the day on November 22 2019

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  1. MarcJWallace

    The 15th Death of 2020

    Peter Sutcliffe, got to bring up the morale after shite year to date.
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    FIFA World Cup Players

    Ephrem M'Bom, a member of Cameroon's 1982 World Cup squad, has died aged 66. Though his Wikipedia claims "several" appearances for the Indomitable Lions, there are only seven listed on his profile - and that he was also in the squad for the Cup of Nations in 1982. https://www.kick442.com/mbom-ephrem-dies-at-66
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    38. Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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    Reg Harrison, the last survivor from Derby County's 1946 FA Cup-winning side, has died aged 97. A right-winger, he played as an outside right in final in 1946, playing on the same flank as the legendary Raich Carter He made 254 appearances for the Rams in total and scored 52 goals between 1944 and 1955. He also turned out as a wartime guest player for Sheffield United, Notts County, Charlton Athletic and Hartlepools United. https://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/legend-fans-pay-tribute-derby-4527435
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    Ronald "Khalis" Bell of Kool and the Gang, writer of some of their greatest hits such as Ladies Night and Celebration - dead aged 68. https://variety.com/2020/music/obituaries-people-news/kool-and-the-gang-ronald-khalis-bell-dies-dead-1234764420/
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    FIFA World Cup Players

    Tam Forsyth, nicknamed Jaws by fans of Rangers where he had a glittering career after joining from Motherwell, has died aged 71. He was a part of the 1978 World Cup squad who travelled to Argentina. https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11788/12049624/tom-forsyth-former-motherwell-rangers-and-scotland-defender-dies-aged-71
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    FIFA World Cup Players

    Vladica Popovic, who played at the 1958 and 1962 World Cups for Yugoslavia has died in Belgrade aged 85. https://www.eltiempo.com/deportes/futbol-internacional/perfil-de-vladimir-popovic-tecnico-yugoeslavio-fallecido-527900 As a player, he collected several league titles, all with Red Star Belgrade. He began his managerial career in Venezuela before moving on through to Colombia and eventually to Peru's national team. That came after he led Red Star to a double of the Intercontinental Cup and the Yugoslav league after he succeeded Ljupko Petrovic who had led Red Star to the European Cup in 1991.
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    Gabriel Ochoa Uribe, the most successful coach in Colombian football history, has died aged 90. A goalkeeper, he began his career with America de Cali, one of the biggest Colombian clubs in 1946 before moving three years later to Millonarios where he played alongside Alfredo di Stefano. A brief sojourn to Brazil followed in 1955-56 where he played for America in Rio before returning to end his career at Millonarios where he eventually became manager in 1958. In total, he won four Colombian titles and a Colombian Cup with Millonarios as a player. As a coach, he won fourteen titles between three sides. Six with Millionarios in 1959, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964 and 1972 One with Santa Fe in 1966 And seven with America de Cali in 1979, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 and 1990 He also managed Colombia on two occasions, at the 1963 Copa América and for a brief spell in 1985. https://www.antena2.com/futbol/liga-aguila/luto-en-el-futbol-colombiano-muere-gabriel-ochoa-uribe
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    50. Peter Sutcliffe

    And in 2017, that was fellow crackpot evil cunt Ian Brady, all the more reason to will it to happen.
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    Grant Imahara, part of Mythbusters and The White Rabbit Project has died suddenly aged 49 after suffering a brain aneurysm. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/grant-imahara-dead-mythbusters-host-was-49-1303101?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter
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    Very well thought of everywhere he went, particularly at my club, Partick Thistle. I am good friends with his grandson.
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    FIFA World Cup Players

    Ardico Magnini, who played for Italy at the 1954 World Cup, has died aged 91. Born in Pistoia, the defender made his debut with hometown club Pistoiese in 1947 before moving to Fiorentina three years later. He made 78 appearances for his hometown team, scoring 13 goals. He would make 225 appearances (6 goals) for Fiorentina, being a part of the Viola side who captured the Scudetto in 1956. After leaving Fiorentina in 1958, he joined Genoa where he made 26 appearances, scoring twice before retiring in 1960. His passing means only three survive of Italy's 1954 squad managed by Lajos Czeizler. Those three are Giampiero Bonipierti (born 1928) Carlo Galli (1931) and Gino Pivatelli (1933) https://www.lanazione.it/sport/calcio/ardico-magnini-fiorentina-morto-1.5286434/amp
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    Emeka Mamale, who played for the Democratic Republic of Congo at three African Nations Cups in 1996 [under the name of Zaire], 1998 and 2000 [as Congo DR], has died aged 42. A striker, his career was nomadic, taking him to clubs in South Africa, South Korea, Israel, Belgium and Angola as well as his homeland. https://actualite.cd/2020/06/25/rdc-deces-demeka-mamale
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    FIFA World Cup Players

    Pierino Prati, a striker who was part of the squad that reached the final of the World Cup in 1970, but never played a minute, has died of cancer aged 73. Perhaps most famous for his time at Milan between 1966 and 1973 where he scored 72 goals in 143 outings for them and Roma where he scored 28 goals in 82 matches. His club career also saw him feature for Fiorentina, Savona and Salernitana, the latter of whom he began his career. For the Italian national side, he scored seven times in 14 games. https://www.repubblica.it/sport/calcio/2020/06/22/news/morto_pierino_prati-259917022/
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    Carlos Luis Morales, who had 40 caps for Ecuador in an international career that lasted from 1987 through to 1999 has died of cardiopulmonary arrest aged 55. He represented the national side at three Copa America tournaments in 1987, 1989 and 1995 and during his club career, he played for Barcelona [Not that one] for ten years until 1993 before leaving for Argentine side Independiente. After leaving Independientehe signed for LDU Portoviejo before returning to Barcelona then moving on again to another big Ecuadorian side in Emelec, he then joined Chileans Palestino before finishing his playing career at lower-league sides ESPOLI and Santa Rita. After retirement, he entered politics and was involved in a scandal relating to PPE for COVID-19 around the time of death. https://es.besoccer.com/noticia/fallecio-carlos-morales-leyenda-del-futbol-ecuatoriano-850318

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