- Donald Woan has passed away at the age of 92, Liverpool have confirmed
- The former Reds striker had a short spell with the Anfield giants
- Woan also played for Leyton Orient, Bradford City, Tranmere Rovers and Yeovil Town
Donald Woan, former Liverpool striker, has died at the age of 92, the Anfield giants have confirmed.
Woan was born in the city of Merseyside and was signed from Bootle Athletic by manager George Kay in October 1950.
However, he did not make his first league debut until January 13, 1951, where he was named in the team that defeated Derby County by 2-1.
The following week, he made the starting XI that faced rivals Everton and that would be his last for the Reds at senior level.
Woan had different spells Leyton Orient, Bradford City, Tranmere Rovers and Yeovil Town before hanging up his boots in 1957.
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Balcazar the father in law to the former Man United star who was a member of the Mexico squad that hosted the 1986 World Cup.
Chicharito has also represented the El Tri in three World Cups making him the third generation of the Hernandez-Balcazar family to do so.
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The results came out negative but the Argentine shot-stopper had to endure a 14-hour flight back to his native country over concerns about the virus.
The 33-year-old was then forced to spend 14 days self-isolating in a hotel before a test was conducted.
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Keshon Batiste and another 12-year-old boy were riding behind a vehicle when it crashed into a ditch and struck a tree, with both boys losing their lives.
Batiste's family had no insurance to cover for the funeral expenses as their loved ones created a GoFundMe account.
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