The ex-striker of Kazan FC Rubin Cedric Roussel died at the age of 45, according to Saturday, June 24, the Daily Mail newspaper.
According to the Belgian media, the footballer was in a cafe in the city of Mons when he had a heart attack. Arriving doctors fought for the life of Roussel, but could not help.
In 2004, the athlete played for Rubin for about five months. Together with other members of the club, he played six matches and on September 25 scored the only goal against Dynamo Moscow.
During his career, Cedric Roussel managed to visit the English clubs Wolverhampton and Coventry, the Belgian Gent, Genk and Sylte Waregem, as well as the Italian Brescia. He also played for the Belgian national team. The forward left professional sports in 2014.Share: