#RIPUgo: England, Chelsea, Manchester United, others mourn Ugo Ehiogu

Ugo Ehiogu

Tributes from various quarters have trailed the death of former English international and Tottenham under-23 coach, Ugo Ehiogu, who died on Friday after suffering a heart attack on Thursday.

The England national team paid a tribute to him in a tweet expressing their devastation over the passing away of the 44-year-old.

Ehiogu was capped four times for the Three Lions, scoring a goal.

He also coached the country’s Young Lions at the 2013 Under-20 World Cup.

Ugo started his career as a trainee with West Bromwich Albion in 1989.

Before his retirement in 2009, he played for various English sides including Aston Villa, Middlesbrough, Southampton and Leeds United, and Scottish team, Rangers United.

Expectedly, all the teams he played for and others joined the global football fraternity to mourn his death.