The R.I.P thread


#402

Yeah I saw that this morning, he was also manager of my home team ,Sad news.


#403

Raja? I used to play for Raja when I was a kid


#404

Dima Raja ever since I was born, do you still follow the team?


#405

Yes I do, but not like before. I still follow Botola table and results but rarely do I watch the matches anymore


#406

Rip Lois Lane ( Margot Kidder)


#407

:open_mouth: Only 37, had just dropped his kids off at school apaprently

https://twitter.com/MirrorFootball/status/996384618814361605


#408

Shit. Rest In Peace. :frowning:


#409

It’s like a curse of 90s Villa players.

Dalian Atkinson, Ugo Ehiogu and now poor JLloyd Samuel. (I remember Pires managing to magically get past him before majestically lobbing Peter Schmeichel)

RIP JLloyd


#410

Fuck that’s awful. RIP.


#411

Terrible! R.I.P.


#412

RIP Anthony Bourdain


#413

That is very sad, I absolutely love him.


#414

Extremely sad, heartbreaking that it was suicide.

Such a funny guy, and a great inspiration to many people im sure.

RIP :cry:


#415

As a chef myself and a many time reader of his book kitchen confidential and also his recipe books, this is a huge loss in the culinary world. A genuinely interesting bloke and someone who’s shows I really enjoyed watching. Unfortunately a lot of what he wrote about is still relevant today within high end kitchens.


#416

No coming back from this one Den. RIP.


#417

Don’t drop an “RIP” on the end like that negates your savagery :joy:


#418

He appeared in a few episodes of The Bill as well, as one of Don Beech’s seedy gangland underworld connects. It was really good TV.

RIP Dirty Den


#419

TIL he murdered a West German cabbie in the 60’s. :grimacing:


#420

Some major names condemning him


#421

You’re so deadpan that I almost reacted to “major names” after 6 pints