The football world is mourning the death of former England youth star Ben Cull, who tragically died at the age of 24 after a courageous battle with cancer. Cull, who represented England and was part of Southampton’s academy, passed away weeks after proposing to his girlfriend.
Cull joined Southampton in 2012 and quickly made a name for himself with his impressive skills and determination. His promising career was cut short six years ago when he was diagnosed with cancer. Despite his illness, Cull continued to be an inspiration to many and demonstrated incredible courage and resilience.
The news of his death caused great reaction in the football community. Southampton FC issued a heartfelt statement about his death, expressing their deep sorrow and condolences to Cull’s family. The club will hold a minute’s applause in his memory at their next match.
Ben Cull is remembered not only for his talent on the field, but also for his indomitable spirit off the field. His tragic final post to girlfriend Daisy Morrison read, “3 more lives wouldn’t be enough” a reminder of his love and joy of life.
Cull’s passing is a striking reminder of the indiscriminate nature of cancer. His death at such a young age is a devastating loss for the football world and beyond. But his legacy will continue to inspire and motivate those who knew him and followed his journey.