PARIS – French rugby player Ibrahim Diarra died at the age of 36. The athlete died at the Pompidou hospital in Paris, where he was hospitalized a week ago following a heart attack. The rugby player's conditions had appeared very serious right from the start, especially in light of the brain damage remedied.
Diarra, born in 1983, was left without a team after the adventure with Vaurenne. In his past, besides a title of champion of France, also a parenthesis with the transalpine national team. In 2008, in fact, Diarra collected his only presence with the Bleus during a match against Italy valid for the Six Nations tournament.
Many messages of condolence on social media. "It is with great sadness that we have just learned of the death of our former player Ibrahim Diarra – wrote the Castres team where Diarra won the title in 2013 -. Ibou, we will always remember your smile and your legendary good mood. " The president of the French Rugby Federation Bernarde Laporte also wanted to remember the player: “I am devastated by his untimely death. We will always remember his smile and the eternal memory of a great rugby player. My most sincere condolences to the family and people close to Ibrahim Diarra ".
Source: RUGBY MEET.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano