Charlie Naughton death has saddened the English footballers and fans. Here’s everything about his wiki age and family.
Charlie was very passionate about football. He was a huge Chelsea fan and had been supporting his country throughout his life.
Not much is known about his professional life yet. Hopefully, more about him will be revealed soon.
RIP: Charlie Naughton Death
Charlie Naughton’s family confirmed his death on July 2, 2021.
Reportedly, he collapsed while celebrating Harry Kane’s second goal against Germany.
Sadly, the young lad won’t watch the Three Lions take on Ukraine in the Quarter Finals of Euro 2020.
According to his obituary, the emergency services worked tirelessly to save him for almost three hours. Unfortunately, they failed to save him.
It would be amazing if England wins the UEFA EURO 2020. The departed soul of Charlie would happily rest in peace.
Was Charlie Naughton On Wiki?
Charlie Naughton wasn’t a celebrity, and hence, there is no Wikipedia under his name.
Recently, Harry Kane sent his condolences to Charlie’s fans and family. Reportedly, he was disheartened by the news.
However, he has promised that the English side will give their best for fans like him.
Along with Harry, Chelsea FC footballers Mason Mount and Reece James have also commented on his death.
Most probably, there will be more English players who are going to provide him a tribute. Well, we might see a goal celebration dedicated to Charlie in their upcoming game.
Charlie Naughton Age Revealed
Charlie Naughton’s age was 29 years old when he passed away suddenly.
He had been a Chelsea fan since he knew about football. Recently, Chelsea won the Champions League – a huge moment for Charlie.
Moreover, he was hoping for his country to lift the EURO 2020. With that hope, he has left his loved ones behind.
Everything To Know About His Family
England fan Charlie Naughton was with his family when he collapsed in a local pub.
Rowan Maclennan created a GoFundMe page after his death. Now, the fundraiser has accumulated over £17.6 thousand.
At the moment, we can find tons of England fans and supporters sharing RIP messages.