Gian Piero Ventrone, a 62-year-old-year-old sportsman who rendered his services as a coach at Tottenham hotspurs has suddenly kicked the bucket due to Leukaemia. The strict coach who worked alongside Antonio Conte as a fitness guru left the Tottenham fraternity in a sombre mood.
Popularly known as the Marine in Italy, a name he earned because due to his tough training regimes joined Tottenham as the current manager's right-hand man in 2021. After falling sick, the sportsman was quickly rushed to a hospital in Naples, he however passed on Thursday.
The all-premier league fraternity is currently mourning the sudden death of the estate sportsman who is to be laid to rest on Thursday at around 3:00 PM. The deceased became part and parcel of Conte's backroom staff in November 2021, this is after he rendered his services in Ajaccio, Juventus and other top clubs. The club's head manager gave a press confession earlier on Thursday giving details of the sudden demise of one of their staff members.
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