BREAKING! English Football Lose Young Player To SHOCK Death!

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It’s a sorrowful day across the length and breadth of all the leagues in English football as a sudden death has been reported, MySportDab reports.

The Sun reports the player, identified as Mason Peddle, died a shock and sudden death leaving his family, fans, and the football family in England devastated.

Mason Peddle was described by many English football fans, especially followers for the Wessex League, as a ”top guy.”

He was influential, young talented and holding a lot of promise in his burgeoning football career before his shock death.

Mason played for AFC Portchester in the Wessex League, a division in the English national league.

In the English overall League system, the Wessex League is the ninth tier but has been respected for serving as a strong base of young and promising talents in English football.

Mason was one of the top and promising players in the league and was the captain of the AFC Portchester U-23 side.

As at the time of filing this report, the cause of Mason’s shock death is yet to be disclosed.

But his demise has already sent shock waves through the league with consolations and tributes pouring in for the youngster.

His club AFC Portchester were the first to confirm the sad news with a moving tribute to Mason.

Sharing a picture of him on the club’s social media page, Portchester wrote, “Our captain, we are so shocked of your sudden demise. We extend our condolences to the family and friends for this big loss.”

The club’s manager, Mark Dugan also shared his condolences, saying someone of Mason’s qualities will be dearly missed by the team.

Mason was a top player in the Wessex League and other clubs were shocked to learn of the untimely exit.

They equally sent in their condolences praying Mason’s family, friends, and clubs to be comforted.

Mason’s death still remains a mystery as he was reportedly hale and hearty before news of his demise emerged.

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