Shane Warne Passes Away At 52: Australian Cricketer's Manager REVEALS Final Moments Of The Cricket Legend; 'Come On, You're Going To Be Late'

Sharne Warne's manager reveals final moments of the cricket legend

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Shane Warne Passes Away At 52: Australian Cricketer's Manager REVEALS Final Moments Of The Cricket Legend; 'Come On, You're Going To Be Late'
Australian cricket legend Shane Warne died aged 52 on Friday. The legendary cricketer died of a suspected heart attack in a villa in Koh Samui, Thailand, his management company, MPC Entertainment, said in a statement. His fans all over the world are completely heartbroken.

The statement released by his company read, "It is with great sadness we advice that Shane Keith Warne passed away of a suspected heart attack in Koh Samui, Thailand today, Friday 4 March. Shane was found unresponsive in his villa and despite the best efforts of medical staff, he could not be revived. The family requests privacy at this time and will provide further details in due course."

Shane's manager James Erskine revealed the final moments of the legendary cricketer. He shared that Warne was in Thailand at the beginning of three months off having spent the summer working for Fox Cricket on the Ashes. ALSO READ:Shane Warne Goes Shirtless AS He Puffs A Cigarette And Guzzles An Energy Drink Ahead Of His 80kg Target

"Shane was having three months off and this was the start of it. They had only arrived the night before. They were going to go out for a drink at 5 o'clock, and Warne's close friend and associate Andrew Neophitou knocked on his door at 5.15 pm because Warnie was always on time and said 'come on you're going to be late' and then realised something was wrong."

Erskine further revealed that Neophitou attempted to perform CPR before the ambulance arrived to take Shane to the hospital but sadly he was pronounced dead shortly after, via Foxsports.com.

The news of Shane's death came hours after the cricketer posted a condolence message for Rodney Marsh, another great icon of Australian cricket, who died at the age of 74 on Friday.







Image Source:Instagram/ShaneWarne
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