Anthony Foley's family admit being 'plunged into darkness' by Munster head coach's sudden death



Anthony Foley's family have been 'plunged into darkness' by the Munster head coach's sudden death at the weekend aged 42, they said in a heartfelt statement on Monday.
Foley, one of Irish rugby's most popular figures, died at his team's hotel in Paris on Saturday night and their European Champions Cup match against Racing 92 scheduled for Sunday was postponed.
'Our anguish at the sudden loss of Anthony is bottomless,' the statement said of Foley, who has left a wife and two children.
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17 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 30
Source: Daily Mail
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