Cameroon soccer legend, Rigobert Song, dead?

Cameroon soccer legend, Rigobert Song, dead?
October 08 16:20 2016

Unconfirmed reports are saying that former Camerounian inspirational skipper, Rigobert Song, has passed away.

The former Liverpool defender suffered a stroke on October 3 and was said to have been making a recovery in a hospital.

Cameron’s health minister, Andre Mama Fouda, had on October 5 said after Song left the hospital where he was taken to for cerebral aneursym, said: “He leaves conscious. His life is no longer in danger, but he is not out of the woods yet. We hope he gets well soon, and comes back in full form, as we know him to be.”

News of his death hit the airwaves on Friday with former teammate, Samuel Eto Fils,  tweeting his last respect for his former captain.

“Sad to hear the demise of my big brother, RIP,” he tweeted.

Song played 137 times for his country and had spells with Premier League clubs Liverpool and West Ham.

He had been working as a coach for Cameroon’s football federation following his departure as Chad coach.