Monday, November 28, 2011

Sympathy Former coach Gary Speed

LIVERPOOL - Liverpool Before the game against Manchester City at Anfield stadium was held, the whole stadium's silence to commemorate the departure of Gary Speed​​, a former Premier League players who handle the Wales national team.
Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish said his sympathy for the families left behind Speed. The Scot was also surprised by the news of the death of Speed ​​is very sudden.
Kala is still dealing with Newcastle, Dalglish bring Speed ​​to Newcastle headquarters in Saint James Park in the winter transfer window in February 1998. Dalglish also thinks the time is still a player, Speed ​​shows a charming appearance.
"Gary was a fantastic footballer and more importantly he has a decent ability. There will be a lot of people upset by what had happened," said Dalglish as reported by AFP on Monday (11/28/2011).
"The most important thing is his wife and two sons and my heart for them. They'll get all the support they need in the near future," he said.
Speed ​​have died from suicide. Cheshire Police describe the chronology of events that at 7:08 o'clock in the morning, Sunday, November 27, parties were given information that there was an incidence of suicide in Aldford Road, Huntington.
Speed ​​began his career with Leeds United's football in season 1988 and featured as many as 300 for the club, before deciding to move to Everton in the summer of 1996. After that, the Speed ​​strengthen Newcastle United and Bolton Wanders. Speed ​​then began coaching career with Sheffield, replace Kevin Blackwell. However, later replaced John Toshack as Wales coach.


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