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Jimmy Bell cause of death
RANGERS have confirmed the sad passing of legendary kit man Jimmy Bell.
Bell served the Ibrox club for over 30 years and was a friend and confidant to numerous generations of players and staff.
Rangers say Bell will be “so sadly missed by everyone” at the club.
Who was Jimmy Bell?
Jimmy Bell was a former employee of Parks’ of Mailton. Bell initially drove the Rangers team buses to matches across the country, before moving on to his current role as first-team head of kit.
“Jimmy dedicated his life to Rangers Football Club. Having worked under managers from Graeme Souness through to Giovanni, he experienced some of the greatest days in our 150-year history. Of course, he was here during some of the lowest points, and showed selfless dedication, regardless of the challenge ahead of him.
“Jimmy’s work ethic was second to none. He dedicated countless hours to preparing for each training session and game.
No job was too big or too small for him, and he thrived on working for his boyhood club.
Former manager Steven Gerrard once joked that Bell was “the boss” when it came to selecting what kit the team would wear for a game, while current boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst called him a “wonderful person” when they were reunited 20 years after the Dutchman stopped playing for the club.
How old was Jimmy Bell?
Jimmy Bell was 56 at his time of death.
What is Jimmy Bell cause of death?
The cause of Jimmy’s death appears to be natural rather than murderous, as there is no rumor of anyone being detained in connection with his death.
Circumstances surrounding the death of Jimmy Bell were not stated to the public at the time of this publication.
Jimmy Bell’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released to the public by the family.
Who were Jimmy Bell’s wife and children?
Jimmy Bell was married with kids, but it’s unclear the number of kids he had.
Jimmy Bell appears to be a private man. Details about his wife and children are not available at the moment this article was published.