Former Dumbarton FC player Ross McCuaig Passed away after a long battle.
What Happened To Ross McCuaig?
We discovered with great regret that Ross McCuaig, a former Dumbarton player from 1997 to 1998, had gone away at the age of 43.
Ross had just bravely struggled with illness. In February 1997, away to Queen of the South, he made his club debut. He eventually played in 18 games for Sons, recording one goal.
The only goal of the game came in a Scottish Cup match between Dumbarton and Lossiemouth in January 1998, and it advanced the team to a third-round match against Motherwell at Boghead Park. Ross participated in the Motherwell match, which finished in a 1-1 tie before Dumbarton lost the subsequent game.
After that season, Ross quit the team and continued playing amateur football in his community. Ross’s family and friends are in everyone’s thoughts at Dumbarton FC during this incredibly sad moment.
Ross McCuaig Cause of Death
Ross McCuaig’s long-term battle with aggressive esophageal cancer was made public, and he has already outlived his initial survival prognosis of two to twelve months.
Ross McCuaig’s illness story explained
In August of last year, Ross Mccuaig received a diagnosis of severe oesophageal cancer. In a last-ditch effort to see his newborn son grow up, a father from Scotland has resolved to fight his fatal cancer. Ross Mccuaig experienced excruciating heartburn before receiving the grim oesophageal cancer diagnosis in August of last year.
Rose’s lifespan runs from two months to two years
Ross was then devastated and informed by the doctors that he only has two months to two years left to live. The 41-year-old admitted to the Record that his nine-year-old son Robbie’s question to his wife Lesley, 50, “Is dad going to die?” crushes his heart and drives him to continue fighting for his family.