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Patrick Sharma:FB,PICPatrick Sharma:FB,PICTRIBUTES have flooded following the sudden passing away of Patrick Sharma on Monday.


Subarmani Reddy, who is Patrick’s brother in- law, said the family is devastated at the untimely death and requests the privacy.


“The Sharma's have lost a son, brother, uncle and people that were close to him have a friend no more”, he said.

“We request people to respect our privacy and not assume the circumstances.

“Patrick died in his sleep”.

Patrick was a member of the golden era, Nadi premier team and Richmond Rangers FC, for over a decade before turning to Masters football, he retired from the sport some 3 years on.

People have taken social media to express their sadness and offer their condolences.

Richmond Rangers FC, teammate and Fijian football great Ivor Evans was among the first.

“Gone too soon Pat", he said. "RIP”.

Nathen Ram said, “good player, but even more than that, a great person. I still can’t believe it. My thoughts are with his family and those close to him. RIP.”

Ronald Singh wrote, a tragedy, “I am without words. We played for Richmond Rangers in Richmond Winter League for years, great guy, I cling to the pain of your family. RIP Pat," he said.

“Incredible sad news, my thoughts and prayers are with the families and friends”, said former Richmond Rangers FC, defender, Denny Reddy.


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