Former Sweden star Labinot Harbuzi dies of cardiac arrest in his home
1 weeks ago, 09:34
- Former Malmo FF and Feyernoord attacker Labinot Harbuzi is dead
- He was said to have suffered heart attack in the early hours of Thursday morning, October 11
- The 32-year-old last featured for Melaka United in 2016 and was released by the club just one year into his deal
Former Feyernoord midfielder Labinot Harbuzi has been reported dead after collapsing in his house on Thursday, October 11.
The 32-year-old, who played along with Zlatan Ibrahimovic was said to have suffered cardiac arrest earlier in the day.
His body, according to the Sun was found laying life-less on the ground by his father after the unfortunate incident.
Harbuzi's former teammate Pawel Cibicki revealed that the former Swedish youth international was doing perfectly well a day before he lost his life.
The attacker, who played alongside Ibrahimovic last featured for Melaka United in 2016, and he was released just one season into his deal with them.
His parents were said to have performed CPR after his discovery this morning, before he was taken to hospital by ambulance.
Meanwhile, former Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain striker Ibrahimovic, had spoken out in 2009 to predict great things for Harbuzi.
Ibrahimovic said then of Harbuzi's senior international chances: "I think he will come into A national team soon. It's exciting, he's playing differently. And that's what Sweden needs to get in."
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