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Chelsea Football Club ‘kit-man’ Eric Asiedu passes away suddenly

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Last week Chelsea Football club announced the sad news of the passing of Chelsea’s ‘kit-man’ Eric Asiedu.

While details surrounding the cause of Asiedu’s tragic passing are not available, it was reported in a statement made by CFC that their beloved colleague ‘suddenly’ passed away last Wednesday.

“It is with great sadness that Chelsea Football Club has learned of the passing of our colleague Eric Aseidu,” Chelsea Football club posted to Twitter.

“Eric was a hugely popular figure at our Cobham training ground in his role as Academy kitman, always going about his work with an infectious smile and wonderful positivity.

Asiedu joined the CFC in 2013 and worked with the clubs under 18 squad.

He was remembered by many in touching tributes. He was known as ‘boss’ and was a significant figure in the lives of those he left behind. In the club’s statement, Asiedu was described as a ‘caring mentor’ with a ‘humble and warm character’ who went ‘above and beyond’ to form strong bonds with the under 18 team he mentored.

John Terry, former Blues captain wrote on Twitter:

“RIP ERIC. Heartbreaking news today. BOSS you will be deeply missed.”

Reece James, a current member of the Chelsea FC, also paid tribute:

“Rest in peace, Eric. You was more than a kit man. You had a real clean heart, funny personality and always wanted the best for all the academy lads. Miss the days when I used to rummage for fresh Nike socks.”

“Until we meet again, fly high and rest easy. We will miss you,” James added.

Neil Bath, head of youth development, also paid tribute to the man he described as a ‘one of a kind’ and ‘superstar,’

“Eric the boss man was a real example of the values we want to promote, a caring and supportive individual who created the sort of unity and family spirit that so many leaders struggle to find. It is impossible to put into words the depth of sadness we all feel at this news, but the reactions from staff, parents and players, both current and past, gives a sense of the incredible love we all felt towards Eric.”

“He will be sadly missed by us all, and the pain of his sudden passing will be felt by many,” the CFC wrote.

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