Justin Edinburgh

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08 Jun 2019 18:52 #1 by CCU
Justin Edinburgh was created by CCU
RIP


Win or Lose, Up The Blues!

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08 Jun 2019 18:56 #2 by Moylesey
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That’s really dreadful news. Live life while you can. You never know what’s round the corner.

Getting them back into the league is a tremendous legacy for him to leave the club. They’ll hopefully remember him for ever.
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08 Jun 2019 19:05 #3 by Taffy-P
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Only 49 Very Sad

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08 Jun 2019 19:11 #4 by ParcelPete
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Very sad news indeed,great player when he was at Spurs.
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08 Jun 2019 19:16 #5 by munchymagic
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RIP Justin Edinburgh.

I remember when Robbie Savage got him sent off in the League Cup final (Leicester v Spurs) - Savage later admitted it but said that it didn't matter anyhow because he got his punishment by Leicester losing the game.

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08 Jun 2019 19:18 #6 by Mouldy
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Very sad news indeed

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08 Jun 2019 19:21 #7 by nobbyblue
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Christ that's a bit sad RIP

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08 Jun 2019 20:16 #8 by Markovitch
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Just got them up as well. Great shame

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08 Jun 2019 21:10 #9 by nobbyblue
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Carlisle United director of football David Holdsworth said: "Justin was a close personal friend and everyone is devastated at this news.
"He was a football man through and through and an extremely professional and well-respected player and manager. Words can't explain how sad we are and our thoughts are with his family and friends."

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08 Jun 2019 21:30 #10 by franksidebottom
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Very sad indeed, always came across as a decent bloke. Read he was taken to hospital at the start of the week but still shocked by this.

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08 Jun 2019 21:37 #11 by Bruntonpasty
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Moylesey wrote: That’s really dreadful news. Live life while you can. You never know what’s round the corner.

Getting them back into the league is a tremendous legacy for him to leave the club. They’ll hopefully remember him for ever.



The second part of your first sentence is my mantra for life, As I get older i've become only too aware of how short life can be, lost a few good friends recently and far too soon! This ain't no dress rehearsal people, go do it!

RIP Justin Edinburgh, 49 is way too young!!

They don't like it up 'em!
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