Freddy Hall Cause Of Death, Obituary Unavailable Yet – Former Northampton Town, AFC Telford United, Limerick, and Bermuda goalkeeper Freddy Hall, who died at the age of 37, has received tributes. According to reports, Hall died in an automobile accident in Bermuda.
According to bbc.com, He played three times for Northampton Town in League Two in 2011-12, then went on to play for Telford Town in the National League before winning the Irish First Division with Limerick.
Hall has a total of ten Bermuda caps, including appearances in various World Cup qualifying games. A statement from Northampton read, “We are extremely saddened to learn of his demise.” “At this extremely sad moment, our sympathies are with Freddy’s family and friends.”
A memorial from Limerick was added: “During his stay at the club, Freddy was a valuable member. The club sends its heartfelt condolences to Freddy’s family on his untimely death.”