Isaac Promise: Former Nigeria striker dies aged 31

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Former Nigeria striker Isaac Promise has died at the age of 31.
American side Austin Bold, his club, stated that he passed off on Wednesday night but offered no explanation as to the cause.
Promise was of the Nigeria side that won a silver medal in the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
He had a spell in Saudi Arabia with Al-Ahli, and spent a lot of his career in Turkey, together with Trabzonspor among his former teams.
Former West Ham defender Anton Ferdinand was one of the ones to pay tribute.
I am in shock, he composed Instagram. Youre my room partner at Antalyaspor. RIP Isaac Promise. Rest well bro my prayers are with your loved ones members and friends at the moment.
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