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Former Carlisle United striker Craig Farrell has died, aged just 39

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Former Carlisle United, York City, and Whitby Town forward Craig Farrell has sadly passed aged just 39. No official cause of death has been announced yet.

Farrell joins an ever-increasing number of fit and healthy current and former athletes to pass away suddenly. AFIPN has a dedicated section to record the extremely unprecedented number of deaths.

Carlisle United FC posted about the news on its Twitter account. “This is incredibly sad news. He was a really decent bloke and was a good lad to have in the group.” Devastating news as we say farewell to Craig Farrell – our thoughts are very much with his loved ones

Manager Paul Simpson added: “I speak on behalf of everybody at the club when I say that our thoughts are with his family and friends.”

Another former club, Whitby Town FC also posted their respects on Twitter “Everyone at Whitby Town is extremely saddened that hear of the passing of former player Craig Farrell. Craig featured for the Seasiders between 2012 & 2015. Rest in Peace, Faz”

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