Gary Speed Suicide
November 27, 2011 by staff
Gary Speed Suicide, The suicide death of Wales manager Gary Speed has rocked the sporting world, leading prominent sports figures and celebrities to take to Twitter to pay tributes and offer their condolences.
Authorities say Speed, 42, was found dead in his home on Sunday morning after completing suicide. A spokeswoman for Cheshire Police said they were notified of a sudden death case around 7:08 a.m. on Sunday at an address in Huntington, Chester.
“Officers went to the scene where a 42-year-old man was found dead. The next of kin have been informed and have confirmed the identity of the man as Gary Speed,” the spokeswoman said. “There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death. The family have requested that they are left in peace to grieve at this difficult time. A family tribute will be released at a later date but not today.”
At the news of Speed’s death, Robbie Savage, who played alongside the dead manager for the Wales nation side, took to Twitter to offer his tribute.
“The world has lost a great man in Gary Speed I’m devastated spoke to him yesterday morning why. Why? Why? I’ll miss him so much x ” Savage tweeted.
“He come to watch strictly 3/4 weeks ago I high fived him in the front row he loved the show ,he loved life he loved his family ! Devastated,” Savage continued. “He was upbeat on phone yesterday we were laughing together , talking football and dancing he was a great teammate and a great friend #RIP.”
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