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    FIFA World Cup Players

    Faouzi Mansouri, who played at two World Cups for Algeria (1982 and 1986) has died aged 66. https://www.midilibre.fr/2022/05/18/football-lancien-croco-et-montpellierain-faouzi-mansouri-sest-eteint-a-lage-de-66-ans-10302633.php
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    Martin Šustr, a goalkeeper who played for a host of clubs in his native Czech Republic, died in a car crash aged 31. https://www.denik.cz/fotbal-zajimavosti/tragedie-golman-sustr-zemrel.html
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    Horrific news coming out of The Netherlands this morning as the death of Jody Lukoki has been confirmed by the Dutch Press. Born in Zaire, now the Democratic Republic of Congo, he graduated from the Ajax Academy and played 24 games for the club, scoring five goals between 2010 and 2014, winning three Eredivisie titles with them. He spent the 2013-14 season on-loan at Cambuur Leeuwarden where he played 32 times and scored twice in their first Eredivisie campaign since the turn of the century. Moving on from Ajax permanently to PEC Zwolle, he won the Johan Cruijff Schaal, the Dutch equivalent of the Charity/Community Shield with them before moving after one season to Bulgarian side Ludogorets Razgrad. It was with them he experienced his most sustained success, making 102 appearances and scoring 17 times while winning four Bulgarian titles and two Bulgarian Super Cups. After leaving Bulgaria, he signed for Yeni Malatyaspor in the Turkish Super League, making ten appearances before returning to Holland to play for FC Twente, where he didn't make an appearance before being released in February. He was recently given a suspended jail sentence for assaulting his girlfriend, presumably what contributed to his release from Twente and possibly his own death. https://www.nu.nl/voetbal/6199668/voormalig-eredivisie-speler-jody-lukoki-op-29-jarige-leeftijd-overleden.html
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    Théodore Nzue Nguema, a striker who had a ten-year career as part of the Gabonese national team, scoring 23 goals in 77 appearances, has died in Equatorial Guinea at the age of 48. Born in the Gabonese capital of Libreville, his career took him to various clubs in Africa, playing in both his home nation of Gabon but also in Tunisia for ES Zarzis. He had a brief career in Europe too, playing 28 games for Angers SCO in France, where he scored four goals and also made eight appearances without scoring for SC Braga in Portugal. https://gabonactu.com/theodore-zue-nguema-est-mort-a-mongomo-a-48-ans/
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    Lamin Conteh, a former Sierra Leone national team captain who played at two African Nations Cups for them in 1994 and 1996, has died aged 45. He played 18 times for the national team and scored four goals in a career that took him to clubs in Belgium, Germany, Malaysia and the Middle East. He succeeded the legendary Mohammed Kallon as captain of the national team in 2002, but stopped playing for them soon after over money issues. https://footballsierraleone.net/2022/05/05/sierra-leone-football-legend-dies-after-a-short-illness/
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    Leo Wilden, a part of the West Germany squad at the 1962 World Cup but didn't play a minute has died aged 82. He played more than 180 games for FC Köln between 1958 and 1966 before moving to Bayer Leverkusen for three years before finishing his career with St. Truiden in Belgium in 1969. https://fc.de/fc-info/news/detailseite/details/der-fc-trauert-um-leo-wilden/ He won two German titles with Köln- including the inaugural Bundesliga in 1963/4.
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    Days removed from the passing of Naci Erdem, another member of the Turkey squad from the 1954 World Cup has died. Ridvan Bolatli was 93 and spent the entirety of his career at his hometown club Ankaragucu, picking up six caps for Turkey. https://raillynews.com/2022/03/eski-milli-futbolcu-ridvan-bolatli-hayatini-kaybetti/
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    Miguel Van Damme, a Belgian goalkeeper who played for Cercle Brugge, has died aged 28 after a battle with leukaemia. https://sporza.be/nl/2021/01/12/doelman-miguel-van-damme-28-verliest-oneerlijke-strijd-met-leukemie-hij-is-naar-zijn-laatste-match-vertrokken~1610462015021/
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    Warrior Junior, a member of a prominent family of luchadors, died of reasons yet to be clarified on March 17th. He was the son of Black Warrior, a longtime rival of Mistico, who went on to be the original Sin Cara in WWE and was married to the daughter of the legendary Negro Casas. He was only 24 years old. https://www.wrestleview.com/top-story/228531-young-luchador-warrior-jr-passes-away/
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    Aleksei Bakharev, a midfielder who won one cap for both Russia and Ukraine in his career, has died aged 45. His sole cap for Russia came in a friendly with Brazil on November 18th 1998. And his sole cap for Ukraine came on August 21st 2002 against Iran. His playing career took him to several clubs in Russia, with two spells at Lada Togliatti between 1994 and 1997, returning there for a year in 2006. The club he made the most appearances for, however, was Shakhtar Donetsk, where he made 124 appearances and scoring 10 goals between 1999 and 2006 - including one at Highbury against Arsenal in the Champions League in 2000. Spartak Moscow, Rotor Volgograd, Rubin Kazan, Nosta Novotroitsk, Mashuk-KMV Pyatigorsk and FSA Voronezh were the other clubs he plied his trade. https://sportrbc.ru/news/623463c09a7947cc5edd6ec7
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    Former WWE trainer "Doctor" Tom Prichard has put out a tweet that suggests Scott Hall has passed away.
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    Sergei Mandreko, a midfielder who was capped by The CIS (4 caps), Tajikistan and Russia (Both once) has died aged 50. https://tass.ru/sport/14002599 Checked to see if he made the Euro 92 squad based on his four CIS caps but alas, he did not.
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    FIFA World Cup Players

    Nikolai Manoshin, a member of the USSR squad for the 1962 World Cup - but didn't play a game - has died aged 83. https://rfs.ru/news/215256 He played plenty for Torpedo Moscow and then CSKA Moscow before embarking on a nomadic managerial career which saw him manage Somalia, Yemen and Mali while juggling numerous roles over the years at CSKA Moscow. He had eight caps for the USSR.
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    Ahmet Yilmaz Çalik, a defender who played for Genclerbirligi from 2011-17 before moving to Istanbul giants Galatasaray, where he made 36 appearances, has died in a car accident aged just 27. https://www.fanatik.com.tr/son-dakika-konyasporda-ahmet-calik-trafik-kazasinda-hayatini-kaybetti-2260464 He was playing for Konyaspor in the Super Lig, the Turkish top flight at the time of his death and also had eight caps and one goal for the Turkish national team.
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    Jens Jørgen Hansen, who won four Danish titles with Esbjerg fB between 1961 and 1965, has died aged 82. Also won the Danish Cup in 1964 and was part of the Danish squad that finished 4th at Euro 64 when it was still a tournament of only four teams in 39 caps for the national side. https://jv.dk/artikel/efb-legenden-jens-jørgen-hansen-er-død

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