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anyone who was watching eurosport earlier may have seen marc vixen foe collapse in the cameroon v. colombia game.news as now came that he has died.

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a tragic loss

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I've put my tribute on the Pub but again Marc Vivien Foe was a player well known to Hammers and Man City fans. He was a quality player and it's such a tragedy that he should be cut down in his prime.

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imstill shocked after 2 hours about hearing about it

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Very tragic for a players life to end so soon. Im shocked

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He was only 28 as well!

To be representing your country too.

We've had some recent deaths - Les Sealey, Mike North the Referee at the Southend game... but Vivien Foe!! Just makes you think, if it can happen to someone his age, a young, fit professional sportsman. It can easily happen to you or me!!!


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Eh? <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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It's such a shame, everyone who talks about him says what a nice bloke he was. Looks like he was going to be at Pompey next year as well, shows that Harry Redknapp still considered hi to be a class player.




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