He died aged just 23, Riuler de Oliveira Faustino, better known only as midfielder Riuler owned by Shonan Bellmare. Heart problem.
A sudden tragedy shook the entire football scene of the Land of the Rising Sun and Brazil. Riuler de Oliveira Faustino, better known only as Riuler midfielder owned by the Shonan Bellmare formation who plays in J1 League, the top flight of the Japanese football league, has died at just 23 years old.
The shocking news has inevitably also made the rounds of South America and there have been many messages of condolence from the clubs in which Riuler has played.
But how did Riuler die? Indiscretions from Japan told of the shock of those who found the boy’s body without life. The Shonan who made official the sad news of the death of his cardholder then made the results of the autopsy publicly available in another note.
Riuler de Oliveira Faustino died from the consequences of a heart problem that left him no way out: ” The name of the disease is ‘Acute congestive heart failure”. The estimated time of death is around midnight on Tuesday 23 November. ” And who knows whether an investigation will now be opened on this matter to see if Riuler de Oliveira Faustino had all the credentials to play football.
Meanwhile, Shonan Bellmare announced that a floral stand will be set up to commemorate the boy for the match against Tokushima on Saturday 27 November. Riuler at a youth level was considered a very promising player, as confirmed by the calls in the Under 15 and then in the Brazilian Under 17. After the experiences at home with Coritiba, Atletico PR, Inter de Porto Alegre, here is the transfer to Japan where he wore the shirts of Miyazaki, Osaka, and then Shonan Bellmare. During the season this midfielder, skilled both in the construction phase and in breaking the maneuver of others, has collected 11 appearances with an assist to his credit. Many messages of condolence for him, while his family is in contact with the