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Former Italian Goalkeeper, 36, found dead in his home of sudden illness

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Former soccer goalkeeper for Torre Pedrera, and father of two young children, Maicol Orlandi was found dead alone in his home just days ago of what is being reported by local news outlets as a sudden illness.

Concerns were raised over the whereabouts of the 36-year-old after Orlandi failed to arrive for work, with colleagues raising the alarm with his family.

Orlandi, who was from a well-known family in the produce trade, was discovered deceased in a room of his home in Romagna City by his father, who had previously made several attempts to contact his son by phone.

Local news source News Italy 24 reported that a mobile police squad attended the scene. While no evidence of violence or foul play was observed, police investigations are considering all possibilities regarding Orlandi’s sudden death.

According to reports, on Friday evening, Orlandi had told friends that he felt unwell and was suffering from a fever.

Deputy prosecutor Luca Bertuzzi said that an investigation would be launched to establish a cause of death, including toxicological tests.

Maicol is survived by his partner and two young children.

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