Anthony Foley
 


 

Age: 42



Summary:
Irish rugby player and coach considered as one of the most popular and respected figures in European rugby who had been head coach of Munster Rugby since 2014 and whose father Brendan Foley had played for Munster in its most notably 1978 victory over New Zealand that became the only time an Irish team has beaten the famed All Blacks in 111 years, and who was best known for his role in the emergence of Munster in the southernmost of Ireland's four historic provinces as a European rugby power.




Cause of Death: Acute pulmonary oedema



Born: October 30, 1973


 
Died: October 16, 2016



Location:
Paris, France