A few hours back, our Team got the news of Tony Scott footballer Death. His News is surfacing all over the internet and widely shared on social media. We are really devastated to announce that popular football player Tony Scott is no more with us. No doubt that His passion for football will always be alive in our hearts. His playing style and kind nature teach us a lot. May his soul get Rest in peace.
Who is Tony Scott footballer?
Legendary football player named Tony Scott was a popular name in the Football industry. Even he has fans all around the globe. Professional player Anthony Scott Before joining the groundstaff at West Ham United in 1957, Scott played for Huntingdon Boys and St Neots Town.
After three years, and with 12 appearances for England Youth, he made his senior debut on February 6, 1960, against Chelsea.
Footballer Tony Scott Death
We got really heartbroken when we received the News of Tony Scott Death through our sources. His sudden Death was another Worst incident Happen today. Any Details regarding his cause of death are not yet revealed online. But our Team is working on it and we will surely found all the remaining updates very soon.
As of his wiki,Scott was born on April 1, 1941, in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, England. He joined the West Ham United ground staff while he was a teenager. Tony won England youth honors and made his debut in the Hammers’ first team in 1960. In 1989 Tony emigrated to Australia with his wife Sheila, where he lived before his death earlier this week.
Many of Tony’s followers and fans were posted Tribute on social media. Even Facebook is flooded with Deep write up for tony fans.
AFC Bournemouth Twitter account stated: “Everyone at #afcb is mourning the loss of former player Tony Scott. Tony was part of our 1970/71 promotion-winning team and made 61 appearances for the club.”
One fan wrote on Twitter: “Tony Scott 80, Who Made 80App For West Ham United Has Passed Away, He Emigrated to Australia in 1989 Bless This Hammer & His Family.”
“RIP Tony Scott, a time to remember what a tremendous part he was Ted n Phil’s success in that wonderful #afcb team. Such exciting times, and watching Tony put the ball on a 6p was a huge part of that period. Sincere condolences to his family and friends,” another fan tweeted.
One Twitter user wrote: “So sad to read of the death of Tony Scott. As a teenager stood on the South End terrace (1/2 way back, behind the LH post), he was a joy to watch and one of my all-time favorite players. That cross!”