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Club saddened by passing of Fulop

12 November 2015

Foster pays tribute to ex-Albion team-mate

EVERYONE at West Bromwich Albion is deeply saddened to learn of the death of former goalkeeper Marton Fulop.

The popular Hungarian, who was just 32-years-old, died following a battle with cancer.

Fulop spent one season at The Hawthorns, in 2011/12, playing three times.

He featured in Carling Cup games against Bournemouth and Everton, before deputising for the injured Ben Foster in our final Barclays Premier League game of that campaign, against Arsenal.

Foster was among the footballing family paying tribute to Fulop.

He tweeted: "Rest in Peace Marton Fulop, one of the good guys and taken way too early. Thoughts and Love go to the Fulop family."


RIP Marton


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