A legend Ronnie Radford from Hereford who scored one of the most well-known goals in FA Cup history is honored.
How Did Ronnie Radford Die?
The legendary FA Cup player Ronnie Radford, who scored an unforgettable goal for Hereford United against Newcastle in 1972, has passed away at the age of 79.
For his spectacular long-range goal against the Magpies that helped ensure a giant killing as they triumphed 2-1, Radford—who also played for Leeds United, Cheltenham Town, and Newport County—will go down an FA Cup legend. Hereford, where he previously played, acknowledged his passing in a statement posted on their official website.
It said, “We are deeply saddened to learn of Ronnie’s demise and wish to offer our sincere sympathies to his family and friends at this extremely sad time.” “Ronnie” has kept Hereford on the football map since 1972 and is not simply a part of the legend of Hereford United.
His demeanor, friendliness, and modest style of living summed up the kind of man he was. He always looked forward to going to Edgar Street to see old friends and see the current team in action. We at Edgar Street will always hold Ronnie dear to our hearts, not just at FA Cup moments, but always, and celebrate him and his significant contribution to bringing Hereford United to the forefront of the nation’s attention with that goal and being a member of that team.
“We shall continue to carry your spirit.” Ronnie, rest in peace.
Ronnie Radford Cause of Death
Ronald Radford cause of death is not mentioned by either his family members or anyone online. Regarding Ronald Radford’s passing, there is no additional information available.
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