Mr Soprano

Rest in Peace, Sir Ugo.

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 RIP Ugo. I met him at the time he played for Middlesbrough and he was a true gent. Always came across who was a truly nice bloke who genuinely loved the game.

My thoughts are with his family and friends at this terrible time.

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Actually got a chill when i saw the headline on bbc. 

Sad times 😞.

RIP big yin. Will be remembered as a player who always played with a smile on his face and of course that worldy against the tims.

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Terrible news,  a young man with his life in front of him. 

All best wishes and condolences to his family and friends. 

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I didn't even see this thread here - just saw the news when logging into my email. 

RIP - will always remember that goal against them

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44 years young. Live for today, who knows what tomorrow will bring. Rest now big man. 

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Awful news. Fucking 44?

RIP Ugo :rip:

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Shocking news. 

Will always be remembered highly not only for his goal, but for his professionalism with the club.

RIP 'Ugo

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Watching Sky Sports news, every single person talking about him says the same thing, he was a gentle giant and a true gentleman, someone just mentioned that in this thread as well who had met him.

He was 44, physically fit, had a great job, kept himself healthy, just doesn't make sense.

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Rest easy Ugo, life can be cruel. 

To absent friends, always remembered. 

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I have tears in my eyes reading some of the lovely words people are saying about him. A genuine good guy and gone to soon. RIP

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Rangers react on Twitter.

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Rangers Football Club is shocked and saddened by the sudden passing of former defender Ugo Ehiogu: http://rng.rs/2owT1ia pic.twitter.com/b5sqJP2DyR

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Club statement:

Friday, 21 April 2017, 09:34

by Rangers Football Club

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RANGERS Football Club is shocked and saddened by the sudden passing of former defender Ugo Ehiogu.

The 44-year-old Englishman joined the Light Blues when Walter Smith returned as manager in 2007 and made a huge impact in his short time in Glasgow – notably his winning goal at Celtic Park in the derby.

He died after suffering a heart attack at Tottenham’s training ground and everyone associated with the club sends their sincere condolences to Ugo’s family and friends at this difficult time.

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RIP bigman. The tarrier goal has gained him Immortality. He will always live on. 

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