RIP Jose Antonio Reyes Watch

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Just got to know the sad news yesterday and I am shocked: Antonio Reyes, one of the most talented young players in early 2000 years, died by a car accident. :eek:

Never forgot him as a great player at Arsenal when he was at Henry's side. His best time in football career in my opinion. And before he is forgotten, I will remember him as a good fotballer he was. You gave me a smile in my face when I see you play in a time when I was still very fond of football. Thank you for this, Antonio! the world of football will miss you.

:rip: 1983 - 2019 :rip:



Feel free to share the common memories!
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Oh and before I forget, here is a link to his career and life before the accident:

https://edition.cnn.com/2019/06/01/f...ntl/index.html
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Really sad to see. He was still so young and with a family.

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It's always terrible to hear someone die. Especially when they had a very bright future ahead of them. Thanks for making this thread.
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He was one of the heroes of my childhood.
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(Original post by Zerforax)
Really sad to see. He was still so young and with a family.

Indeed, he was. Who knows what he became after his football career? a good coach? we never get to know.

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(...) Thanks for making this thread.
You are welcome. Was surprised no one did it, so I created this thread.

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He was one of the heroes of my childhood.
And for me, he was one of these players I was so fascinated in skills, years before the golden generation of Spanish football. One of the most underrated players in my opinion.
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Ah I see it wasn't an accident but rather Reyes was driving at 147 MPH..
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Ah I see it wasn't an accident but rather Reyes was driving at 147 MPH..
I thought it was a traffic accident on the way to his family? So he caused this by himself.
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I thought it was a traffic accident on the way to his family? So he caused this by himself.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sp...-motorway.html
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what a moron
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The extreme speeding does put a bit of a different slant on it. Sad for him and his family, but the speeding could have easily killed someone else.
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Regardless of what happened, he still died. Every person is unique to this world and once they're gone, they're gone. I don't even watch football and I actually didn't know who he was before this but it's still sad. At the very least, he deserves compassion.
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