Last Updated on August 9, 2023, 12:55 pm
George Casey, Stevenage’s professional Football player, passed away on August 06, 2023.
George died at the age of 28 years old. His unbelievable death at a young age shocked his loved ones. George’s close ones are showing love towards him and sending their condolences and prayers to his family through social media.
A doctor declared George dead, but his family didn’t believe him and opposed the test because, in two previous cases, he was incorrectly declared dead who were alive. Still, the report came true, and he was found dead. The cause of his early death is not known yet.
George’s sudden death deeply saddened his family, friends and Football club. All the condolences and prayers are with his family and close companions.
George is a professional football player by profession. He was passionate about football and played for ‘Chesham United, the Saints’ League’ and ‘Stevenage football club’.
Steven Age Club made a statement on George’s death and wrote:
“George had a contagious personality, so it seems to sense that others are paying him honour. During this trying time, our thoughts are with his family and friends. Rest in Peace, George. Everyone who knows Casey appreciates his excellent demeanour and exceptional playing skills.
Every person who had the pleasure of knowing Casey will sense a void in their lives after his passing. May they take solace in the countless memories of his compassion and his inspiring influence on everyone in his vicinity. Sadly, we will miss him.”
George has been playing football professionally for the past eight years. He joined Stevenage club and began his career on a junior professional contract in 2015 for the 2015-16 Steven age football season.
He earned fame and love for his dedication towards his passion. George joined the Saints in August 2016 after being let go by Stevenage.
They chose to prolong his loan till the conclusion of the 2015–16 season in light of his achievements with the Saints.
George spent time on loan with Chesham United and St Neots in the 2015–2016 campaign, and in January 2016, Casey agreed on a month-long loan with St Neots Town of the Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division.
Earlier that year, he played sixteen games during a six-month loan with Chesham United, a division rival of the Saints. He also participated in the FA Cup victory over Bristol Rovers.
George was a dedicated player; he spent much of his life on the football field. He will remember in history as one of the most memorable players in the past few years.
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