On October 20, the former French national team goalkeeper Bruno Maldini died at the age of 58 from a cardiac arrest.
On the morning of October 20th, local time, Montpellier officially issued an obituary. The former French goalkeeper Bruno Martini, who had played for the team and previously served as the deputy director of the club’s youth training center, died of a cardiac arrest. He was 58 years old.
Bruno Maldini was born in 1962 as a goalkeeper and has played for Auxerre, Nancy and Montpellier. At the national level, he played for the French national team from 1987 to 1996. During the period, he represented the Gaul Roosters in 31 appearances and participated in two European Cups with the team (1992 and 1996).
After retiring in 1999, Bruno Maldini entered the coaching staff of the French national team as a goalkeeper coach, helping the team win the European Cup in 2000. In 2013, Bruno Maldini returned to Montpellier as deputy director of the club's youth training center.
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Last week, Bruno Maldini was admitted to the hospital due to a cardiac arrest. He died on October 20, local time, at the age of 58.