Gary Speed, the Wales national team manager dies at 42th, Gary Speed was found dead hanging in his home, following the news of the Football Association Wales. Although found in such circumstances, but the cause of death has could not be ascertained, and the Cheshire Police said there are no suspicious circumstances.
“At 7:08 o’clock in the morning, Sunday, November 27, the police get the news about an accident that occurred at Aldford Road, Huntington. Our staff then to the spot where 42-year-old man had died. No suspicious circumstances in the case this. The family has been rumored,” Cheshire Police spokesman explained.
The association also expressed the condolences over the death of the Wales manager, “FAW announces the death of the national team manager Gary Speed. We provide a deep sympathy and condolences to the family.”
Prior to a career as a manager, Gary Speed also played to the defense of several big team, in Premier League like Everton (1996-1998), Newcastle United (1998-2004), Bolton Wanderers (2004-2008), as a midfielder. Gary Speed began his football career at Leeds United (1988-1996), and ended his career at Sheffield United (2008-2010). In his career Gary has collected 103 goals in 677 his appearances.