The death of England defender Anton Vokes, who was 25 years old, has been reported by Charlotte Football Club. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission reports that after two boats collided close to Miami’s Marine Stadium, Walkers was discovered unconscious. After receiving CPR on Wednesday from Miami Fire Rescue, Walkes—who has a small daughter called Ayla—passed away on Thursday morning.
According to Charlotte’s athletic director Zoran Cornetta, “We are grieved by the passing of Anton Vocks, a genuinely amazing parent, loving father, and father.” The whole Charlotte FC community is in mourning over the loss of Anton, who personified what it means to be a part of the club.
“Charlotte will never forget the impression he made in the locker room. Our thoughts are currently with his loving family, and we will do everything in our power to support them. MLS It expressed sadness over the “tragic” news of Volkers’ death following an accident in South Florida earlier on Thursday in its own statement.
The statement read, “Words cannot express the anguish of everyone in Major League Soccer today after learning of the untimely death of Anton Vocks of Charlotte FC.” “Anton was a gifted and committed athlete. player who is adored by both fans and teammates. His partner, family, friends, and the entire Charlotte FC family are all recipients of our sincere condolences.
Less than 24 hours ago, Vox said on his Instagram Story, “MLS is cooperating with Charlotte FC to provide players and families with the resources and assistance they need at this awful time.” a picture of him working out. Charlotte began a 12-day training camp on January 9 when she arrived in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Vokes started his career at England’s Tottenham Hotspur youth before turning professional in 2016. From there, he was loaned to Atlanta United and Portsmouth before becoming a permanent member of both organizations.
Vaux was chosen by Charlotte as a component of the enlarged design on December 14, 2021. Last season, Vox participated in 21 games for Charlotte.
“Everyone at Tepper Sports & Entertainment is grieved by the untimely death of Anton Vocks,” Charlotte FC owner David Tepper said. He had a love for life and was a wonderful father, partner, teammate, and son. Everyone he came in contact with was affected by his optimism. In every aspect of life, Anton improved those around him, and both on and off the field, he excelled as a representative of Charlotte FC.
Many people will miss him dearly, and during this difficult time, our thoughts and prayers are with Anton’s family.
The club will provide all those impacted by this time of loss with unwavering support. Before facing the New England Revolution on February 25, Charlotte will play a preseason match against St. Louis on Saturday.
“We are profoundly saddened to learn of the unfortunate demise of Anton Vokes, who started 64 of 70 games in two games there,” Atlanta United said in a statement.