Death – Obituary News : Nuneaton Borough Football Club legend Gary Fleet passed away on Friday. He played 152 games and scored 17 times for the club across four seasons. Condolences were extended to his family and friends.
We are sad to hear of the passing on Friday of Nuneaton Borough Football Club legend GARY FLEET.
Gary joined the Boro in the autumn of 1974 and played 152 games, scoring 17 times across four seasons at Manor Park.
We extend our condolences to Gary’s family and friends. pic.twitter.com/prxzwaBcRp
— From Town to Town (@FromTown2Town) September 10, 2023
Nuneaton Borough Football Club and its fans were left in mourning on Friday as they received the devastating news of the passing of their beloved legend, Gary Fleet. A true icon of the club, Gary’s name will forever be etched in the hearts of those who witnessed his incredible talent and unwavering dedication to the game.
Gary’s journey with the Boro began in the autumn of 1974 when he joined the team. Over the course of four seasons at Manor Park, he showcased his exceptional skills on the field, playing 152 games and scoring an impressive 17 goals. His contributions to the club’s success cannot be overstated, as he played an integral role in their triumphs during this period.
Off the field, Gary was known for his humble and kind-hearted nature. He was a well-respected figure within the Nuneaton community, admired not only for his footballing abilities but also for his commitment to giving back. He was actively involved in various charitable initiatives, always striving to make a positive impact on the lives of others.
The news of Gary’s passing has sent shockwaves throughout the football world, with tributes pouring in from fans, former teammates, and rival clubs. The loss of such an iconic figure is felt deeply by all who had the privilege of knowing him.
As the Nuneaton Borough Football Club mourns the loss of their hero, their thoughts and prayers go out to Gary’s family and friends. His legacy will endure, and his name will forever be associated with the greatness he brought to the club. May he rest in peace, knowing that his contributions to the beautiful game will never be forgotten..