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Tributes for former Irish League goalkeeper Freddy Hall who has died aged 37

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The League of Ireland community has paid tribute to Freddy Hall, former Limerick FC goalkeeper who has passed away aged 37.

All were reportedly killed in a car accident in his native Bermuda on Sunday night.

Hall made over 40 appearances for Limerick between 2015 and 2018, also playing in England with Northampton Town, Chester, Oxford City and Telford United.

Hall was born in Bermuda in 1985 and began his college career in Florida in 2004.

He returned to Bermuda to play professionally in 2010 and signed with Northampton in 2011.

Hall joined Limerick FC in 2015 and helped the Blues regain promotion to the League of Ireland Premier Division in 2016 and played in the EA Sports Cup final that same year, eventually losing to St Patrick’s Athletic.

Hall also played ten senior games for his native Bermuda, with plenty of tributes paid to the player on social media.

https://www.independent.ie/sport/soccer/league-of-ireland/tributes-paid-to-former-league-of-ireland-goalkeeper-freddy-hall-who-has-died-aged-37-41587962.html Tributes for former Irish League goalkeeper Freddy Hall who has died aged 37

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