Former Chairman Liverpool David Moores die? Cause of death explained

Former Chairman Liverpool David Moores die

Liverpool have declared the passing of their former Chairman and Owner David Moore’s at the age of 76.

The Moore’s family was a shareholder within the football club for more than 50 years, with David becoming the owner of the Anfield club in the year 1991, before selling his stake of majority in 2007. His death came shortly after the 39th birthday of his beloved wife, Marge died.

The reason for Moore’s death is still unknown but the tributes have come coming into the media and the Reds writing a touching message to confirm his passing to his supporters. They ended the message with a prayer for Moore’s family after the devastating announcement of his passing.

Liverpool famous Kenny Dalglish has also been among the first to share his condolences via a post via his Twitter account in the name of his wife and him. The former Reds manager and player posted: “Marina and I are deeply saddened by the loss of David Moore’s.

“He was a loyal Liverpool fan whose dream came true when he was appointed Chairman, & he did a tremendous amount to help the Club. Our condolences go to his family. He’ll be greatly missed by all who knew him. RIP”

Jamie Carragher also followed up the sentiments of Jamie Carragher with his tribute. “RIP Sir Chairman. When I think about the great moments I’ve had, @LFC David Moore’s was at the core of it all. He will be missed greatly. Thank you for everything your sacrifices you made for me and this club.” He wrote.

How did David Moores die?

David Moore’s, former Liverpool chairman and owner, died at the age of 76. The Moore’s family held a stake in the club for over 50 years, with David taking over as owner in 1991. He sold his majority stake in 2007 but remained on the club’s board until 2010. The cause of death is currently unknown, but tributes have been flooding in from across the world of football.

Liverpool released a statement confirming his passing and offered their thoughts to his family.