Posted by sean on August 11, 2010 at 11:09 pm in Football with No Comments

I was deeply saddened today to learn of the death of Exeter City striker, Adam Stansfield.

Having been aware he had been suffering from illness in April, I was encouraged last month when I heard he had returned to pre-season training, therefore assuming his condition had improved. This made today’s news all the more shocking.

While I never saw him play live, I was aware of his work and watched him on television. Bath City were even linked with him some years ago.

When I managed Exeter City on the videogame Fifa, he was always a prolific goal scorer, as like in real life.

A tragic loss at such a young age. RIP

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