David Armstrong Death Cause: Information reaching Ngnews 247, David Armstrong, 67, Middlesbrough and Saints icon and former England midfielder passed away. Let’s see how he died and David Armstrong cause of death in detail.
How Did David Armstrong Die?
The news of his passing was reported on Sunday night on the club website of Boro, where he played for ten years between 1971 and 1981.
The renowned David “Spike” Armstrong passed away, and the North East team was heartbroken to hear the news, according to a post.
His family and friends are in our thoughts.
Who is David Armstrong?
David Armstrong was an English footballer, who played most of his career for Middlesbrough, before moving to Southampton in August 1981, where he played for a further six seasons.
Armstrong, an offensive midfielder for Boro, made an astounding 358 straight appearances in all competitions between March 1973 and August 1980, setting a record for a Boro player.
He played in two more international games after receiving his maiden England cap near the end of his stint at Boro.
With Boro, he also won the Second Division in 1974, playing for Jack Charlton’s team.
Armstrong spent six years at Southampton later in his career, when he helped the team finish second in Division One to Liverpool in 1984.
Additionally, Saints fans paid their former players some heartfelt condolences.
David Armstrong Cause of Death
According to many social media posts, David Armstrong, a legend of the Saints football club, has passed away.
However, his family and friends have not yet revealed David Armstrong exact cause of death.
The cause of David Armstrong’s death hasn’t been mentioned in any of the news but it surely’s possible that the player died from a sickness.
Alongside Kevin Keegan, he joined Southampton in August 1981 and scored 15 league goals in his debut campaign. The Saints led the table for the whole first quarter of 1982 before ending sixth. Ngnews 247