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Discussion in 'Tottenham Hotspur' started by remembercolinlee, Feb 1, 2017.
Jesus, unfortunately now confirmed.
Shocking news about Justin Edinburgh now confirmed that he has passed away RIP
Bloody hell, RIP Justin.
Such sad news, us fans at Gillingham will always remember when we were in the hunt for promotion in 2015-16 season. Such a loss to the footballing world as he seemed such a likable person. RIP Justin.
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Bloody hell. Life is too short. Only last week he was in Madrid enjoying the CL final with the fans.
So so sad. RIP, Justin.
Best wishes to his family...….and the O's!
Thoughts for all that knew and loved him.
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He looked a picture of health out in Madrid just a week ago, sad news, 49 is way too young.
Hope the game didn't get to him...….it certainly got to me.I'm still ticked!!!!!
RIP A LOVELY FELLA TOO YOUNG TO BE TAKEN AWAY AT SUCH A YOUNG AGE .LOVE TO THE FAMILY FROM ALL THE SPURS FANS EVERYWHERE
I posted on the wrong thread my thoughts about Justin Edinburgh ,so worrying that ex players like justin , Hoddle ,Perryman and Ginola all men who 20 years ago were in peak physical condition should now suffer with heart conditions .
My thoughts are with his family at this sad time
One of our own. Really sad. Was a fixture in our side for a long time and so sad to see him leave us so young.
Shocking news about Justin, especially given his age. RIP fella, gone too soon.
Was hard not to be following his managerial career having watched him play for us for nearly a decade.
Won 2 major trophies with us...not many can boast that in the modern era for Spurs.
If you maintain an engine really well, and don't soup it up, use it regularly, it is normally good for 150 k miles. Build a racing engine, soup it up, it lasts less time. Just a thought. If I am right, god help those playing in these super fit times today.