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Arsenal Fan in Monrovia Dies after Chelsea Victory

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first_imgA Liberian man, who collapsed while watching Arsenal losing to Chelsea on Saturday afternoon, was pronounced dead by doctors after he was rushed to a local clinic in Monrovia.According to eyewitnesses, shortly after the game ended in favor of Chelsea with 2 over Arsenal, the elderly man, only identified as Fofana, fell to the ground.“Fofana apparently had a heart attack when the final whistle sounded,” an eyewitness told this newspaper, following the stampede that ensued after the match, at a video club on Benson and Lynch Street in Central Monrovia.The deceased, a resident of Clara Town, was a professional tailor, who worked as president of the Fofana Tailoring Shop on Benson Street, neighbors said.Paramedics, who arrived at the video club around 2p.m. and took the man to the clinic, confirmed his death.An eyewitness, who claimed to be a Chelsea fan, said Mr. Fofana’s death was a tragedy, because he was a loyal member of Arsenal Club. It was also reported that a van conveying Mr. Fofana’s body to a local mosque was reportedly involved in a crash on Broad Street, Crown Hill.Meanwhile, in keeping with the Moslem tradition, the remains of Fofana were reportedly buried yesterday morning. On the game itself Coach Jose Mourinho was full of praise for his players, following Chelsea’s 2-0 win over Arsenal at Stamford Bridge Saturday.The Blues scored twice in the second half, through Kurt Zouma and Eden Hazard, to secure a much-needed three points, and it was no more than the team deserved having been much the better side.The visitors had both Gabriel and Santi Cazorla sent off, but Mourinho preferred to focus on the qualities of his own side.“It was a very good performance, a deserved victory, I’m happy with the performance and points,” Jose Mourinho, Chelsea’s Manager said after the match.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more


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first_imgTragic Donegal teenager Conor Boyle has passed away.A huge outpouring of prayer and hope was offered for Conor Boyle who passed away this morning.The brave 18 year old had been fighting for his life in a hospital in London after being involved in a car crash two weeks ago.A huge social media campaign sent thousands of messages of support for the popular young man. The Loughanure teenager was left in a critical condition after his car struck a tree when he was making his way home from work in the early hours of Saturday the 8th of September.Conor had been on a life support machine and his condition was described as “stable but critical.”Conor, who completed his Leaving certificate in June, had been working with his father’s tunneling in company for the summer.He had planned on working in England for a year before returning to Ireland next year to go to university. His mother Sheila, father Hugh and his five brothers are being comforted at this trying time.Members of Naomh Muire GAA Club this morning posted a message of condolence on their Facebook page this morning.“Words can’t describe how we feel this morning in the club,the news we prayed and hoped would never come has hit us and its a terrible feeling to lose one of our… own so young.“To Sheila,Hugh and the boys and extended family we extend our deepest sympathy.“RIP Wee Conor Boyle you were one of our own and you will be deeply missed,but will be remembered always by us. “A life made beautiful By kindly deeds,A helping hand For others needs,To a beautiful life comes a happy end –He died as he lived, Everyone’s friend”.TRAGIC CONOR LOSES BRAVE FIGHT FOR LIFE was last modified: September 20th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more