Who was Jamie Vincent and what was his cause of death? Tributes Pour In As ‘Ex-Portsmouth and Crystal Palace star player’ dead at 46: The thought of not watching again your favorite figure is quite heartbreaking. Fans feel devasted after hearing the passing news of their favorite celeb, sports star, etc. On Tuesday, 18th of January 2021, the sudden passing news of former Footballer Jamie Vincent brought a shockwave on the internet. After hearing his passing news shattered admirers are asking about the real story behind ex Swindon, Bournemouth, and Portsmouth left-back cause of demise. This saddened news was asserted by Portsmouth in a short statement, released on a Twitter platform that reads “We are shattered to hear that former #Pompey defender Jamie Vincent has died. Rest in peace, Jamie.” Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Who was Jamie Vincent?
Also, another former club Aldershot said that “Aldershot Town Football Club is deeply saddened to hear the passing news of former defender Jamie Vincent. Our thoughts go out to the family and friends of Jamie at this incredibly tough time. Rest In Peace Jamie.” Vincent made 447 league appearances in a career that also included spells at Bournemouth, Huddersfield, and the Derby Count, as well as many other EFL clubs.
The left-back had an 18-year career at the time of which he played over 500 games for AFC Bournemouth, Walsall, Huddersfield Town, Derby County, Portsmouth, Aldershot Town, and Walsall. He had a main role in the winning promotion of Swindon to League One in the year 2007.
Jamie Vincent Death Cause
Although there is no dependable and exact report about the death caused by Jamie at this time, some social media users are asserting he lost his life due to a cardiac arrest. Nonetheless, our team does not assert any rumors; we are attempting our best to find related details about the tragedy and provide the latest updates as soon as we can. Nonetheless, family privacy should be respected at this tough time.
How did Jamie Vincent die?
Vincent started his career at Crystal Palace prior to joining Bournemouth in the year 1996 where he comes up 133 times and was a team-mate of Newcastle manager Eddie Howe. He was selected in the PFA Division Two Team of the Season for the year 1998-99 as the Cherries concluded outside of the play-off places on goal difference. Vincent played in all 3 tiers of the English Football League concluding his professional career with Aldershot in the year 2011.
After learning the passing news of Vincent, Swindon Town states “Swindon Town Football Club is deeply saddened to learn of the demise news of former defender, Jamie Vincent. Our deep thoughts go out to all the family and friends of Jamie at this tough and sad time. RIP.”