Who is Dylan Rich?
Dylan Rich was a British football player who used to play for Nottingham side, West Bridgford Colts FC. During the match against Boston United in Nottinghamshire on 2 September, he suffered a suspected cardiac arrest in the match. The 17-year-old, who was a big Nottingham Forest fan, died days later. East Midlands Ambulance Service said they received a call at 19:50 BST on Thursday. Dylan was treated with a defibrillator at the ground before paramedics arrived, and he was then taken to the Queen’s Medical Centre. Forest fans applauded in the 17th minute of their match in memory of a teenager who died after collapsing at an FA Youth Cup game. The England team also paid tribute to the teenager before their match against Poland, holding up a t-shirt with “For Dylan” printed on it.
Dylan Rich Age: How old was he?
Dylan Rich was born in the year 2004 in England to his parents, Mike Rich (father) and Anna Rich (mother). He also has a sibling, a sister named Lucy. He held British nationality and his ethnic background was British-White. His race was White. He followed the Christianity religion. Dylan’s age was 17 when he died. Thus, he lastly celebrated his 17th birthday with his parents and close ones.
About his education, Dylan Rich went to The West Bridgford School. “We are a school in mourning,” headteacher Tim Peacock said. “We have lost a wonderful, much-loved, talented member of our community. This loss will be felt deeply by many people. “At the moment our focus is on supporting his family, friends, classmates, and teachers through this difficult time.”
Dylan Rich Death: How did he die?
Dylan Rich dies at 17 during an FA Youth Cup match against Boston United on Thursday, September 2. He was taken to hospital where he died. His cause of death was due to heart failure. Numerous reports guarantee that he was genuinely unwell during the FA Youth Cup installation. He was seriously unwell while playing for Nottingham’s side, West Bridgford Colts against Boston United. As per sources, he fell during the game. The match was deserted in view of a genuine clinical occurrence. His whole family is profoundly stunned after his misfortune.
England Football Team paid tribute to 17-year-old who died after on-pitch collapse
England Football Team, West Bridgford Colts have issued a heartfelt tribute to 17-year-old Dylan Rich, who died after suffering a medical emergency during a football match. The club has said it is ‘devastated’ by his loss and offered their thoughts to his family, who they described as making ‘grassroots football such a joy’. The statement has come ahead of Nottingham Forest’s away clash with Cardiff City on Sunday, September 12, during which fans are being urged to join in a minute’s applause on the 17th minute. On 8th September ahead of their World Cup Qualifier against Poland, the England men’s team paid tribute, with captain Harry Kane holding up a shirt that said ‘For Dylan’ on the front. Dylan’s club West Bridgford Colts posted another of their own tributes to him on their website which reads: “The ‘cultured left foot’ maybe a football cliché, but it sums up Dylan to a tee. From a young age he was a talented all-round player, equally at home picking a pass, putting in a sturdy challenge or going on a trademark dribble”. “Last ditch tackles and calm finishes were both parts of the package”. “With WBC’s unique size, players moving teams internally and teams merging at format changes was commonplace, thus Dylan played under several different banners.” “Whichever team it was, he was one of those players that teammates love for his commitment, coaches for his attitude and adaptability, and supporters for his reliability. A fantastic club player.” “The Richs are the kind of family who makes grassroots sports such a joy. Committed children, always keen to listen, learn and maximize their talent; supportive, understanding and positive parents.” “West Bridgford Colts as a club is devastated by Dylan’s loss, and at this sad time, our thoughts are with Mike, Anna and Lucy, their wider family, and Dylan’s friends both within and without the club – as we know are the thoughts of people across Nottingham’s football and wider sporting community.” “Rest in peace Dylan – your star will continue to shine.” Peter Stansbury, chairman of West Bridgford Colts, said Dylan had been at the club since he was six years old, adding Dylan’s sister Lucy also played, and his father Mike coached.” “It is an extra tragedy for the club that such a great lad and such a lovely family have had this dreadful thing happen to them,” Mr. Stansbury said.