sport news Andrejs Rubins: Former Crystal Palace player dies at the age of 43 trends now

sport news Andrejs Rubins: Former Crystal Palace player dies at the age of 43 trends now
sport news Andrejs Rubins: Former Crystal Palace player dies at the age of 43 trends now

sport news Andrejs Rubins: Former Crystal Palace player dies at the age of 43 trends now

Former Crystal Palace midfielder Andrejs Rubins - who played 117 times for his country Latvia - dies at the age of 43 as Selhurst Park club pay tribute The Latvian is the second most capped player ever to play for the country Enjoyed a two-year spell at Crystal Palace in which he scored a memorable goal Player left the Eagles in 2002 for Spartak Moscow in the Russian top flight 

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Former Crystal Palace player Andrejs Rubins has passed away at the age of 43. 

The left-sided midfield player represented his country, Latvia, 117 times across 13 years making him the second most capped player ever to play for the country. 

Palace released a statement on Wednesday sharing their condolences after it had initially been reported on social media by various accounts. 

The left-sided midfield player is remembered fondly by Crystal Palace fans for his goal against Liverpool in 2001

The left-sided midfield player is remembered fondly by Crystal Palace fans for his goal against Liverpool in 2001 

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