Robbie Brunton Death: Previous BOHEMIANS AND Sligo Rovers footballer Robbie Brunton has passed on at 47 years old, following a fight with disease.
The Dubliner delighted in a beautiful profession on these shores most quite with Bohs and Sligo, however he spent stretches at a few different clubs in both the League of Ireland and the Irish League — and furthermore appreciated a short spell at Stoke City in his more youthful years.
Brunton additionally played for Dundalk, Coleraine and Derry City during the 1990s and mid 2000s.
The Irish football network is in grieving after his miserable going, with ardent recognitions being paid.
“We are totally crushed to learn of the death of our much-cherished previous player Robbie Brunton at the period of only 47,” Bohs — the Dublin club at which he burned through two seasons from 1998 to 2000 — composed on Twitter.
“Our considerations and supplications are with his better half Celine, and children Ryan and Darragh, both of whom are Junior Gypsies and gone to games with their dad.”
“Sligo Rovers are disheartened by the passing of previous safeguard Robbie Brunton at 47 years old,” Rovers included. “He played 60 matches and scored three objectives more than two seasons with the Bit O’Red and established a major connection at The Showgrounds. May he RIP.”
“So miserable to hear at the beginning of today the death of our previous administration panel part Robbie Brunton. Robbie had a recognized playing profession with most striking Sligo Rovers and Bohemian FC.
“Our musings and supplications are with his better half Celine and his loved ones. Tear Robbie.”