Former Esteghlal player Jlloyd Samuel killed in auto crash

Former Esteghlal player Jlloyd Samuel killed in auto crash

It read: "We've received some awful news that Jlloyd Samuel died in a auto crash this morning in England".

Samuel before his death has made 199 appearances for Aston Villa after he signed with the club in 1998. He also represented England at youth level before switching to Trinidad and Tobago at senior level, winning two senior worldwide caps.

The 37-year-old, most recently player-manager of non-league side Egerton, died on Tuesday.

ENGLAND, The former Esteghlal defender Jlloyd Samuel died in a vehicle crash in the north west of England on Tuesday morning, the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association have announced.

Samuel was killed in a auto crash on Tuesday morning in the north west of England, the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association announced in a statement.

Former Super Eagles defender, Danny Shittu is gutted over the death of his ex Bolton Wanderers teammate, Jloyd Samuel.

"Sadly the driver of the auto, Jlloyd Samuel, 37, from Lymm, died at the scene", said a statement.

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The club where Samuel started out, Senrab, tweeted: 'Thoughts go out to the family of Jlloyd Samuel, killed today in a vehicle crash.

It is believed he was returning home after taking his children to school at High Legh when his Range Rover was in collision with a van.

"Our players will wear black armbands as a mark of respect tonight [in their play-off semi-final] and our thoughts are with his friends and family at this very hard time". "Rest in peace Jay".

Former Premier League footballer Jlloyd Samuel has tragically passed away at the age of 37.

"His next of kin have been informed and are now being supported by specially trained officers".

The news of his passing was revealed in a statement from the Trinidad and Tobago FA, the country he made two appearances for in 2009.

Samuel played 71 times in the PL for Bolton before moving to Cardiff City.

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