Sport Death of Pape Diouf: the former president of Olympique de Marseille died from COVID-19
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The former president of Olympique de Marseille died on Tuesday March 31 of the consequences of the coronavirus in Dakar, Senegal. He was 68 years old. © maxppp Pope Diouf died of the coronavirus: Mbappé, Ribéry, Nasri ... the world of football salutes his memory It is a figure in the world of sport who is gone.
The coronavirus has made a new prominent victim. Pape Diouf, the former president of the OM between 2004 and 2009, died at the age of 68. He had been hospitalized in Senegal on Saturday March 28.
This is terrible news for all lovers of sport and especially football. Because it is a figure from the middle which has just died out. Pape Diouf died at the age of 68 as a result of COVID-19 . Michel Denisot confirmed the terrible news by paying tribute to the former president of Olympique de Marseille on: "Thoughts and condolences for the family of Pape Diouf, journalist, agent, president of OM. It has led the way in all of these areas. RIP ". Pape Diouf was at Fann Hospital in Dakar, Senegal. He was then placed on respiratory assistance by the establishment's medical teams, specializing in infectious and tropical diseases. According to , Pape Diouf was to be repatriated to France on Tuesday, March 31 to be taken care of in Nice. and Télédakar confirm that the journalist died in Dakar.
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A very sad end for this football lover, born in Chad in 1951, and who will have left his mark on the world of football in France . After a childhood in Senegal, Mababa Diouf, whose real name, arrived in Marseille at the age of 18. He does not know it yet but his fate will be strongly linked to the Marseille city . When his father urged him to enlist in the army, the young man decided to pursue studies at the Institute of Political Studies in Aix-en-Provence. Finally, it is at the PTTs that Pape Diouf starts working life. He will make a decisive encounter there for the rest of his life.From sports journalist to players' agent
Tony Salvatori, another employee who is also a spearfishing champion brought him in as a freelance to the newspaper La Marseillaise . Quickly hired, he was responsible for keeping abreast of the latest news from Olympique de Marseille. An occupation which allows him to make himself known to many football stars. After 12 years and a disillusionment because of Le Sport magazine, Pape Diouf decides to become player agent, and not just any player. Basile Boli, Marcel Desailly, Bernard Lama, William Gallas, Didier Drogba or even Samir Nasri… all were represented by the man who was also nicknamed Papa Diouf.
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The rest was almost logical for this famous figure in the Marseille football world. In 2004, he joined the city club as general manager, responsible for sports affairs. In the fall, Pape Diouf becomes president of the board of OM . A position he will hold until 2009. This period will be marked by the steady progression of the club. Set aside by Olympique de Marseille, Pape Diouf returned to his first love in the 2010s: journalism. Shareholder of the European communication school and the European Institute of Journalism in Marseille, he was appointed in 2012 knight of the Legion of Honor by François Hollande.
Thoughts and condolences for the family of Pape Diouf, journalist, agent, president- Michel Denisot (@michel_denisot) . It has led the way in all of these areas. RIP
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