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Tuesday, 6 June 2017

Veteran Newscastle Midfielder, Cheick Tiote Died At 30 After Collapsing in Beijing, China




Veteran Defensive Midfielder, Cheick Tiote Died at 30 After Collapsing on Training Ground

Death is what they said is "Inevitable", the untimely death of this Ivorian Defensive Midfielder, Cheick Tioteis is a catastrophic bombshell. Cheick Tiote who is a former footballer playing for Newcastle died yesterday, Monday, June 5, 2017. According to reports, Cheick Toite died after he collapsed which he was training with his team in Beijing, China.

The UK Mirror also report that Cheick Toiteis's agent, Emanuele Palladino confirmed his death on Monday afternoon:

    “I confirm that my client Cheick Tiote passed away today after collapsing in training with his club Beijing Enterprises.”

Cheick Tiote who is an average man of 30 years of age started his career as a professional football player in Belgium side Anderlecht, after some time, he moved to a Netherlands club, FC Twentein, before joining the Newcastle in 2010. He later moved to Chinese club in Beijing Enterprises this year February.

His fans most especially on Twitter, has show sympathies and condolences to this veteran footballer who lost his life untimely.

The Newcastle official has taken to the same social media to express the loss of one of their amiable comrades. They wrote:

    "We are devastated to have learnt of the tragic passing of former Newcastle United midfielder Cheick Tioté in China today."

May He Rest in Peace (Amen).






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