Read Up “The England hero’s death was “a shock to everybody,” according to Trevor Francis’ family.” The obituary for Trevor Francis stated that he had passed away at the age of 69.

“This morning, he was having breakfast at his flat in Spain when he suddenly collapsed from a heart attack.

Everyone in the family, including myself, is in complete disbelief about this development. Every one of us is in a state of extreme distress.

In addition to being a renowned football player, he was also known for being an exceptionally kind and pleasant person.

The England Hero's Death Was "A Shock To Everybody," According To Trevor Francis' Family
The England Hero’s Death Was “A Shock To Everybody,” According To Trevor Francis’ Family

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Trevor Francis, a legend in the game of football, passed away unexpectedly at the age of 69.

After hearing the news of Francis’s passing, many people have expressed their condolences and paid their respects to him.

On Instagram, Trevor Francis’s former colleague Viv Anderson said, “Just heard the unbelievable news regarding Trevor Francis, he was such a wonderful person and fabulous teammate he will be sadly missed, my condolences go out to his family and friends RIP.” Francis had passed away.

In addition to earning more than 50 caps for England, Francis had a fruitful and lengthy playing career during which he was a member of some of the most prestigious clubs in Britain.

He managed four different teams, including QPR, Sheffield Wednesday, Birmingham, and Crystal Palace, and enjoyed great success during his time in that role.

When Francis was transferred from Birmingham to Nottingham Forest in 1979 for a fee of one million pounds, it was the first time in the history of football in Britain that a player was sold for a seven-figure price. As a result, Francis cemented his place in the annals of football history.


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