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3 Athletes Leave In One Day

French club Fourier announced today, Friday, in an official statement, the death of the former Jordan Saint-Germain player, Jordan Diakiese, without revealing the details of his death, while the team management and the technical staff extended their condolences to the family of the deceased.
A French club, Fourier, said in a statement that the young star Jordan Diakiese had passed away, without talking about the method of death, with the management of the team, the technical staff and the players offering my deepest condolences to the family of the deceased, who passed away at the age of 24.

In turn, the Paris Saint-Germain Club, expressed its deep sorrow and regret at the death of the young Jordan Diakiese, offering his condolences to his family and friends, and the management of the Fourier team, while placing his image in the official account of the social networking site “Twitter”.

It is noteworthy that the late Jordan Diakiese was considered one of the most prominent graduates of the Paris Saint-Germain Club, and played with the French national team for less than 15 years, and moved to the Fourier team last summer, in order to develop the great skill he had.

On the other hand, coach Luigi Simone, the former coach of Inter Milan, who led him to win the UEFA Cup in 1998, has left, according to the statement of the Italian giant who published it on the official website.

Inter Milan club said in his statement: “We left Luigi Simone. History is not like him, because it is very important for the team,” to offer condolences to the family of the late, who suffered during the past year, from a health problem in his brain, which he could not recover from.

In the United States of America, Jerry Sloan, the former coach of the Utah Jazz team in the Professional Basketball League, passed away for 78 years, according to what his former club announced in his statement, after suffering many complications from Parkinson’s disease and dementia, which he had been fighting since 2015.


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