Munster confirm Anthony Foley funeral to take place on Friday
The funeral of Munster head coach Anthony Foley will take place in County Clare on Friday.
A French coroner said on Tuesday that the 42-year-old died due to a heart condition which led to a build-up of fluid in his lungs.
Foley's body was found in his room in Munster's team hotel before their scheduled game against Racing 92 in Paris on Sunday and an autopsy found he "had a heart rhythm disorder that caused an acute edema of the lungs", according to www.rugby365.fr.
Munster confirmed Foley's body would be flown home on Wednesday.
"Anthony's family have confirmed that his... read more
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