Dick, a Lawyer, notes that the death of the head equipment manager, Carlo the Lion, and the players of the Team plenty to do. The Lion, passed away Thursday at 59 years of age to the effects of cancer and cancer treatment.
The Lion that is from 2000 as the head equipment manager for the Team, which Thursday night in the quarterfinals of the TOTO’s DUTCH Cup against sc Heerenveen, plays in it. The People wearing the rouwbanden.
“It was this morning, very, very, very, very quiet. The boys have a lot of activities with him and experienced it. This is terrible news,” said a Lawyer for the match at the Abe Lenstra Stadium on FOX Sports.
“I have no idea as to what is the impact of the course of the game to the players. I have them a little looser to get it to where it is today at going to, though it may sound, it’s all very strange.”
Forever in our hearts, all right. j️
AvatarAuteurFeyenoordMoment of plaatsen19:45 pm – February 13, 2020
The appgebruikers: type in the above tweet is for the Team players to the field in special shirts that are about to enter.
In the late evening, “He was a great guy’
Wigan goalkeeper Warner Hahn, who in the match against his former club and we’re going to have to miss out due to an injury, he spoke beautiful words about The Lion.
“He was a happy guy, always up for a chat. Nice and very funny. Is a great guy. That’s the kind of people behind the scenes is very important for the club.”
Wigan-Wigan will take place on Thursday at 20: 45, started. NAC Breda, Ajax amsterdam and FC Utrecht have qualified for the semi-finals of the cup.
To view the results of the program and the TOTE BOARD to Cup