Here’s shocking news come to hear that one of the famous personalities Claude Callegari reportedly dies today at the age of 58. This news is enough to giving a 100 Watt shock to the whole football world. Stay on the blog to know more about Claude Callegari wiki and more.
“Callegari had amassed a cult following for his impassioned post-match speeches and scathing reviews of Arsenal, particularly former manager Arsene Wenger, who he regularly called to be sacked before the Frenchman resigned.”
Claude Callegari Wikipedia
As per the sources, Claude became a popular member of Arsenal fan channel ‘AFTV’ over the final few years of Arsene Wenger’s era, By attending Arsenal games home and away. The Youtube channel has over 1.32M subscribers and Claude was well known for his passionate rants and his “IT’S TIME TO GO!” catchphrase. Claude was removed from AFTV in July 2020.
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Claude Callegari Death Reason
His Death was really unexpected for his whole family and every football lover. Behind his death, he left many upset faces. As per the sources, His death was announced by his family on Tuesday through social media. But still, his family or any other official not declared the Claude Callegari Death Reason.
The statement read: “We can’t believe we are writing this, with permission from Claude’s father, it is with great sadness and a broken heart that we have to announce that our dear friend and legend Claude sadly passed away yesterday afternoon, March 29.
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“RIP dear friend, gone but never forgotten. Gooner for life.”
Two days before Callegari’s death, he tweeted that he would “disappear soon to see my mother then you can all be happy.”
Netizens were quick to pay their tributes to the ardent Arsenal supporter as one AFTV death tribute read, “Deepest condolences to Claude’s Father and family. I honestly am shocked and can’t believe it!” Another wrote, “Such devastating news to hear. I’m saddened to hear this. My thoughts are with his friends and family during this difficult time. May you rest in peace, Claude.” Former Arsenal striker Kevin Campbell was among those to offer condolences to his heartbroken friends and family as he tweeted “Deepest condolences to Claude’s Father and family. I honestly am shocked and can’t believe it! May he R.I.P.”