Former Senegal, Fulham midfielder, Diop, dies at 42


Former Senegal, Fulham and Portsmouth midfielder Papa Bouba Diop has died aged 42.
Bouba Diop made 129 appearances in the Premier League and also had spells in England with West Ham and Birmingham City, reports the BBC.
He played for Senegal at the 2002 World Cup and scored the winner in the tournament’s opening game as his country beat France 1-0.
“Once a World Cup hero, always a World Cup hero,” FIFA posted on social media.
A post on Fulham’s Twitter account said the club was “devastated” and, using Bouba Diop’s nickname, added: “Rest well, Wardrobe.”


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