The sad news hit the world of sports. Former French rugby star Christophe Dominique has died at the age of forty-eight. Tvrazak, who has 67 starts for the national team and participated in the sensational victory over the “all blacks” in 1999, recently suffered from depression, according to the media. There was information that Dominici was supposed to end his life by jumping from the roof, but no one has officially confirmed that.
The news of the legend’s death was announced, for example, by his former club “Stade France”. “It is with great sadness that we receive the news of the death of Christoph Dominici,” the club said on social media. Rugby.
Dominici played for La Valletta, Toulon and Stade France and has celebrated five championships during his career. He made headlines earlier this year when he was introduced as a representative of a wealthy Middle Eastern investor who wanted to join the Bezier club. The plan was to hire big stars, but at the end of the project it came to an end and he described everything to Dominic as an injustice.
Legend of @FranceRugby and great at all times of the game
Rest in peace, Christoph Dominici pic.twitter.com/ByVRkoA2mt
– World Rugby (@WorldRugby) November 24, 2020
The death of the legendary rugby player, who admitted in his autobiography in 2007 that he was sexually abused in his youth and suffered from depression from the death of a loved one, surprised the fans as well.
“It is terrible news when I hear about his death. Growing up, it was exciting to watch him play. It’s sad. “RIP Christoph Dominici”, write on social networks. The news that the former star was supposed to end his life by jumping from the roof of the house remains unconfirmed.