Allan Cole Jr, the son of the former Jamaican former footballer Allan “Skill” Cole reportedly died suddenly on  Monday morning (September 11).

Cole Jr was reportedly found lying on the ground unresponsive by his son.

He was carried to hospital and subsequently pronounced dead. Details regarding his death remain scarce but it is suspected that he died of a heart attack.

Music insider Bridget Anderson is quote by Loop Jamaica as saying:

“He was my brother, not my blood brother but a great friend. We have to wait on the autopsy to find out how he died. This is so tragic.”

Many persons have already flocked to social media platforms to express sympathy following his untimely passing.

One Facebook user commented:

“Condolences to a very good friend of mine Mr Allan ‘ Skill ‘ Cole on the loss of his son Allan Cole Jr aka ‘ Ali’ who is a school mate of mine and a very good friend also. Heart attack at such a young age it’s sad to loose you in such a way but it’s just the way life is. A former Excelsior manning cup captain Ali was always jovial and always greets you with ” Yu good ?” You played your match well despite not playing the full game. S.i.P”

Cole Snr is widely regarded as one of Jamaica’s finest ever footballers.

via Facebook

Via Loop Jamaica



                     

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Allan Cole Jr, the son of the former Jamaican former footballer Allan 'Skill' Cole reportedly died suddenly on  Monday morning (September 11).Cole Jr was reportedly found lying on the ground unresponsive by his son.He was carried to hospital and subsequently pronounced dead. Details regarding his death remain scarce but it...

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