Is John Toshack Dead or Alive? Welsh former football player Death Hoax Debunked: A 72-year-old man whose name is John Toshack was now in the hospital. He is in the ICU (intensive care unit) and now he is very serious. The former Real Madrid coach who was in Spain has suffered from pneumonia which was caused by the coronavirus. Doctors put him on a ventilator so that they can measure the body’s improvements. Toshack scored 13 goals in 40 appearances for Wales before becoming head coach of the national team twice in 1994 and 2004-10. Follow More Update On Phoosi.com
Is John Toshack Dead or Alive?
Former teams Cardiff City and Swansea City, both of whom are credited with leading the club from the old fourth division to the first, have all expressed their support. After contracting the coronavirus, the former Wales and Real Madrid manager was sent to hospital on Monday with acute pneumonia and has been on a ventilator since Saturday. Following the news, the striker received messages on social media from all three teams. Liverpool sent out a tweet. John Toshack and his family have everyone’s support. John, keep battling.
John Toshack Death Hoax Debunked
Another person whose name is Cardiff tweeted earlier in the day. Keep fighting Big John. Our prayers and best wishes are always with you. Another Swansea account came and said. The thoughts of everyone in Swansea City are with John Toshack and his family. In this fight, we all are with you, standing behind you. We can support you in any kind you situation. The striker was very popular at all clubs. He scored a lot of goals and won many matches. In the matches, he receives many awards. He was an outstanding personality, an awesome player in eyes of the club and the country.
He played for Cardiff for five years. Many team members were surprised to watch his actions. He made in thinking how can he do that. He scored 74 goals and played 174 matches before moving to Liverpool in 1970. Out of 174 matches, he scored 96 goals in his eight years at Anfield. He also helped the club with three league titles two UEFA Cups and FA Cup. In 1978, he joined Swansea as a play manager and saw their rise in the titles with two UEFA Cups and an FA Cup.
Talking about their family, he didn’t disclose anything. As most of his life was kept in private and didn’t feel comfortable sharing with anyone. If you look at his life closely, then you see that he was a simple, quiet, and very calm person. He didn’t even show off and prove to anybody.