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Antonio Di Natale - Incredible human being.

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    For those that don't know, Piermario Morosini an Italian footballer passed away the other day due to a heart attack on the pitch. He had a pretty tough life. A big part of his life was his severely disabled sister that relied on him both financially and emotionally, both of their parents died when they were of a young age. Antonio Di Natale the captain of Udinese, Morosini's parent club has stepped up to the mark and taken responsibility for looking after Morosini's disabled sister. Piermario Morosini someone that will be missed deeply. Antonio Di Natale a great captain and an incredible human being. Massive respect. It shows that footballer's are not all the same.
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    Aha I just realised. Typo. :facepalm: Wooops.

    Should've read R.I.P Piermario. :sad:
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    (Original post by Cherriesxo)
    RIP Antonio :sad:
    He didn't die.
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    (Original post by Cherriesxo)
    RIP Antonio :sad:
    Did you even read the OP :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by TaylorGang_4)
    For those that don't know, Piermario Morosini an Italian footballer passed away the other day due to a heart attack on the pitch. He had a pretty tough life. A big part of his life was his severely disabled sister that relied on him both financially and emotionally, both of their parents died when they were of a young age. Antonio Di Natale the captain of Udinese, Morosini's parent club has stepped up to the mark and taken responsibility for looking after Morosini's disabled sister. Piermario Morosini someone that will be missed deeply. Antonio Di Natale a great captain and an incredible human being. Massive respect. It shows that footballer's are not all the same.
    The club and its associated charity will be taking care of Piermarios sister, not Antonio, but still massive respect to the club.
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    It's pathetic that Morosini didn't receive half the media attention Muamba did, just because he didn't play in the top league of football :/
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    (Original post by Cherriesxo)
    RIP Antonio :sad:
    Well, this is awkward.
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    P.S WHY THE HECK HAVE I GOT A NEG. some people are purely heartless.
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    (Original post by Cherriesxo)
    RIP Antonio :sad:
    Should've gone to specsavers.

    RIP Morosini
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    (Original post by arnoob)
    It's pathetic that Morosini didn't receive half the media attention Muamba did, just because he didn't play in the top league of football :/
    Neither did Muamba.
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    (Original post by arnoob)
    It's pathetic that Morosini didn't receive half the media attention Muamba did, just because he didn't play in the top league of football :/
    This^
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    (Original post by arnoob)
    It's pathetic that Morosini didn't receive half the media attention Muamba did, just because he didn't play in the top league of football :/
    Erm I think it did receive quite a fair bit of attention. Also remember the factt Muamba' story go mass coverage here in the UK is simply that, he's a England U21 star playing in th Premier League. I doubt Muamba's stoy made headlines across the Atlantic.

    As fo Serie A not being a top league......well I can't say I agree with you on that and neither would the vast majority of football fans all over the world.
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    (Original post by arnoob)
    It's pathetic that Morosini didn't receive half the media attention Muamba did, just because he didn't play in the top league of football :/
    I understand what you mean mate, it was probably down to the fact he played in an international league.
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    (Original post by arnoob)
    It's pathetic that Morosini didn't receive half the media attention Muamba did, just because he didn't play in the top league of football :/
    Presumably he got more coverage in Italy than Muamba did?
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    (Original post by Gridiron-Gangster)
    Erm I think it did receive quite a fair bit of attention. Also remember the factt Muamba' story go mass coverage here in the UK is simply that, he's a England U21 star playing in th Premier League. I doubt Muamba's stoy made headlines across the Atlantic.

    As fo Serie A not being a top league......well I can't say I agree with you on that and neither would the vast majority of football fans all over the world.
    Morosini was a U-21 International too, at the time of death he was on loan for Livorno...
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    So much respect for Antonio Di Natale, wonderful footballer and person. A rare breed.
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    You read about that guy's life and you see the pathetic superficial problems people on TSR have and you hang your head in shame. "Oh noes I got a B" or "what shall I do I got ALL my offers poor lil old me!" Vast majority on TSR haven't lived and are ungrateful spoilt SOBs.
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    (Original post by hitz_91)
    So much respect for Antonio Di Natale, wonderful footballer and person. A rare breed.
    Messi
    Eto'o
    Henry
    Beckham
    Beckenbauer
    Baresi
    Xavi
    Valdes
    Ozil
    Drogba

    I could go on and on and on.
    All these players have their own charities.

    Footballers are hardly the money hungry bastards they are made to be.
    Nasri is the exception of course.
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    It is indeed a sad day. On a related and much brighter note, Muamba was released from hospital today.
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    (Original post by silent ninja)
    You read about that guys life and you see the pathetic superficial problems people on TSR have and you hang your head in shame. Oh noes I got a B or what shall I do I got ALL my offers poor lil old me! Vast majority on TSR haven't lived and are ungrateful SOBs.
    Excuse us for not going through the loss of both parents.
    You think you're taking the moral high ground?
    Go take a hike loser.

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