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Juan Camilo Lloreda, the other patrolman involved in the death of Javier Ordóñez, surrendered
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A pneumonia, apparently caused by the coronavirus, caused his death while receiving medical attention in an ICU. He was dedicated to training new soccer talents in the Atlantic.
Thursday, September 17, 2020
It is sad news for Colombian football, one of its most prominent players passed away this Thursday. Ricardo Ciciliano, died in the ICU of a Barranquilla health center.
His relatives had already reported through social networks that the former player from Sol had been admitted to a clinic for respiratory problems, there was talk of pneumonia.
The sports commentator, César Augusto Londoño, wrote on his Twitter account that his respiratory problem was a result of the coronavirus.
“I was hospitalized in Barranquilla fighting against pneumonia caused by coronavirus. Sad news for football, may he rest in peace ”, published Londoño.
However, from the early hours of this Thursday there was talk that his situation had become complicated. The former midfielder lost his best game, for life.
Ciciliano was a player for the Colombian National Team. In Colombian professional soccer he lined up in teams like Deportivo Cali, Once Caldas, Millonarios, Deportes Tolima and Junior de Barranquilla. In Peru he played for Juan Aurich.
At this time he was part of the technical staff of the Atlantic department teams.
Several former players, those who were with him on the courts, sent messages of condolence at the unfortunate loss:
Ricardo manuel! God keep you in his holy kingdom, you leave us enormous sadness, many memories, a lot of strength and spiritual peace for his family. RIP Ciciliano🙏😢 pic.twitter.com/FYcNHehPtV
– Martin ‘Torito’ Arzuaga (@ arzuagatoro24) September 17, 2020
🙏🏼 We regret the sensitive death of Ricardo Ciciliano, former player of our Club.
We send a message of condolence and solidarity to his family and friends 🙏🏼 pic.twitter.com/4mzhfZ5NAv
— Club Junior FC (@JuniorClubSA) September 17, 2020
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