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Fiorentina Captain Davide Astori Found Dead In Hotel Room

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pure shock right now.

Tragic. RIP :( 

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Holy shit. Must've been some condition he didn't know about or maybe it was it something sinister..?

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This is horrible, so young... RIP :( 

Probably a heart condition.

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RIP.. Such a shock to pass away at such a young age... 

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Shocking and horrible news. Correct move by the Italian authorities to call of all fixtures.

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Apparently he died of a cardiac arrest by natural causes as i believed. Fiorentina said there were absolutely no warning signs.

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When something like this happens to someone in shape like a footballer, it does make you worry about it happening to anyone without warning.

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Peru's most important journalist just died 2 weeks ago from this condition. He was 48 and now Astori at 31 passes away from it. Makes you really think to enjoy life to its maximum, because we can go anytime.

I remember Astori mostly from the 2013 Confederations Cup where he scored that free kick vs Uruguay and put in a few good performances.

I can't imagine what his teammates are going through right now. RIP Astori :( 

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As said above taken far too young. RIP and a nice touch by the league to stop games. Conte was upset by it too from the interview that's been doing the rounds.

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Very sad. I remember when the Bolton player collapsed a few years ago. I'm pretty certain there are lots of tests. We things are undetectable I guess

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There's a lot about the human body we just don't know yet.  

It's always shocking when things like this happen, if the fittest among us can succumb then any of us can. It's horrible to think about but it is incredibly rare for this to happen, which makes it even sadder for his family and friends. 

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The Colombian Carlos Sánchez who's on loan from Fiorentina to Espanyol collapsed in the warm-up before their game against Levante when he was told by a fan about what had happened to Astori who was apparently a great friend of his.  So badly did he take it that he lost consciousness and had to be taken to hospital and obviously missed the game.

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What the fuck? That is tragic, man. RIP. So sad. 

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What a gesture from Fiorentina if true 

 

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I hope it’s true. Such a noble thing to do in the type of world we live in today. 

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A prosecutor has said it's a suspected cardiac arrest :(

So sad to think at 31 a young father who seemed to be like a role model in the way he lived his life has been taken at this age in this way. You really do feel for his family.

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1 minute ago, Cannabis said:

People listen to me though.

what?

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Top Italian journo thinks that story is fake.

Such a sad story. RIP.

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