Unfortunately, the Victorian football community has just lost a passionate and hard-working referee Hary Milas. They officially announce the demise of their loving member through posting on social media accounts. Hary served as the referee for more than 23 years and earned a lot of names in his tenure. His death was mourned by so many players, coaches, and colleagues. Our team also paid the deepest tribute to him and includes the family member in prayers. Keep reading to know more about him.
Who Was Harry Milas?
Harry Milas is a football referee based in Victoria. He started his career as a referee with Football Victoria in 1998. Due to his passion and hard work he was respected with so many awards in 23 years of his career. Like in 2016 he won Victorian Community Official awards for his work in the field.
“Hary was a very special part of the Homeless World Cup family. His contribution has been immense. So positive, friendly, empathetic, and kind.”
Even though he achieved so much in his life but he never show off. Peoples enjoys his company that’s why he far more than a referee for thousands of his followers.
We also find a youtube channel with his name which has around eight hundred subscribers.
Hary Milas Death
Hary Milas Death Caused so many hearts to break into pieces. The family members and close friends are in disbelief with the sudden passing of their beloved member.
So far there are no reports clearing the circumstances around his death. In past, we have not reported any health-related illness in Mr. Hary.
Our team is searching for more details to clear all your doubts and queries. Please stay tuned with us for further updates.
Anita Milas the wife of the late referee took her Facebook account to express her grief over the death of her love. She wrote “Being with you through your final hours, my heart still shatters over and over and over again as you passed in my arms. You are the best thing that ever happened to me and the most painful time I’ve ever had to go through by losing you. Watching cancer take you more and more every day and so quickly was a horrific nightmare. You gave it your absolute best fight up until the very very end.”
“You made a promise that you will watch over me. I’ll look for your signs. I know you will be there.”
“For the rest of my life, not a day will pass without you in my thoughts….. until we meet again my love.” she ended.
As a City fan, this is still very heartbreaking to me and my life. His family and I all knew each other for a long time. He was a great ref in so many great occasions and was given me the chance of becoming a ref in some youth games with a new referee kit. Vale Hary Milas. ❤⚽ https://t.co/hy0h6Ns3kb
— Alexander Milas (@AlexMilasM8) October 20, 2021
How Did the Referee Die?
As we mentioned above there is no update related to Hary Milas cause of death until now. We have checked our sources but no official information came out confirming the reason behind his unexpected demise.
We shared condolence with his wife Anita and their children Nicholas Milas and Daniel Sonicd Milas.
“A big loss to football, not only the refereeing community and not only in Victoria. Harry was a teacher, friend, and mentor to many, many referees. I feel privileged to have worked with him. His loss will be felt widely. Vale Hary Milas.”
Social Media Reaction
Thousands of social media users took their social handles to show respect towards the demise of the legendary referees. From the messages on the platform, it was clear that his fan base is not limited to victoria. Rest in peace Hary Milas.
The Victorian football community has lost a giant of the game in Hary Milas.
Hary was a close member of the Victory family and our deepest condolences go out to Anita and his family. You will be missed, Hary! pic.twitter.com/dIng0TMPt4
— Melbourne Victory (@gomvfc) October 19, 2021
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South Melbourne FC’s official Twitter handle wrote “SMFC would like to join the Victorian Football Community in extending our deepest condolences to Anita and the extended Milas family on the passing of Hary Milas. A wonderful referee but an even better person. We thank you for everything H.
You will be missed”