Jordan Dueni Diakiese, ex-PSG academy starlet, dies at the age of 24

Jordan Dueni Diakiese, ex-PSG academy starlet, dies at the age of 24

- Jordan Dueni Diakiese has been confirmed dead at the age of 24

- The former Paris-Saint-Germain star died on Thursday, May 21, in Paris

- AS Furiani-Agliani did not reveal the actual cause of his death

French lower division club AS Furiani-Agliani have confirmed the shocking death of former Paris-Saint-Germain starlet Jordan Diakiese who died on Thursday, May 21, in Paris.

This tragic news will come as a huge one for all lovers and followers of football considering how promising the deceased was before he died.

His ambition was to play at the zenith of his career not knowing that death will not allow him to realize the dream he had of playing in the Premier League.

According to the information made by the club he was playing for until his death, they described Jordan as a player who loved to make people around him smiles.

But the actual cause of his death was not revealed with other reports speculating probably he might have died from coronavirus.

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Football fans have however taken to social media to express their sadness over the untimely death of Jordan who wanted to revive his football career in the lower division.

Paris-Saint-Germain also posted his photo saying that they would never forget him in as much as the club continue to exist.

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Jordan Dueni Diakiese started his football career at Paris-Saint-Germain academy before before making it to the club's second team in 2012.

He was unable to break into the first team at Paris-Saint-Germain before he was released three years later.

Earlier, had reported how entire wrestling fraternities in the world were thrown into deep mourning following the untimely death of 39-year-old former American wrestler Shad Gaspard.

Police and other security agents have been looking for Shad Gaspard since last Sunday after going to swim in Los Angeles in which he failed to return home.

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Initial thoughts of his family members was that the deceased went to another place after swimming not knowing that the wrestling star drowned.

And after hours that nothing was heard from Shad Gaspard, authorities in charge then began thorough search for him since Sunday, May 17.

On Tuesday, May 19, the United States Coast Guard were said to have announced their decision to abandon searching for Shad after more than 16 hours in which he was not found.

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