Former Sunderland, Spurs and Leicester City goalkeeper Marton Fulop has died at the age of 32.
The 24-times capped Hungary international quit soccer in 2013 after having a malignant tumor removed from his arm.
Fulop began his career in 2001 with Hungary’s MTK, and spent time with 13 clubs. Eleven of those clubs were in England, including an emergency loan to Manchester City in 2013.
Many of those clubs and his ex-teammates reacted to his passing.
— Ipswich Town FC (@Official_ITFC) November 12, 2015
Thoughts go out to family and friends of my former WBA teammate Marton Fulop RIP 🙏🏽 Absolute gentleman.
Really saddened to hear that my ex team mate Marton Fulop has passed away.Thoughts are with his family and friends at this awful time. #rip
— Stephen Elliott (@SleevesElliott) November 12, 2015
— Kenwyne J Jones (@kenwynejonestt) November 12, 2015
— Sunderland AFC (@SunderlandAFC) November 12, 2015
Manchester City FC passes on its condolences to the family of former keeper Marton Fulop who has sadly passed away pic.twitter.com/tPSMH5CvOv
— Manchester City FC (@MCFC) November 12, 2015
To the family and the dearest, I’d like to offer my deepest condolences in the loss of your loved one. Marton Fulop, may you Rest In Peace.
RIP Marton Fulop, thoughts go out to your family #gkunion
RIP Marton Fulop! Tonight will all be about you! pic.twitter.com/p8TQ6vhCYg
— Tomasz Mortimer (@TMortimerFtbl) November 12, 2015