Red Og Murphy Cause Of Death: How Did Red Og Murphy Die? What Happened? All you need to know about the death of the Sligo footballer.
SLIGO footballer Óg Murphy has died at the age of just 21, casting the GAA and wider community into mourning.
Red Og Murphy was born on October 11, 2000, in Charlestown, County Mayo, Ireland.
He was a player for Sligo Senior Champions club Curry and also at the inter-county level with the Sligo seniors football club. He started his professional career at a young age.
Murphy has been a fan of the sport since childhood. In 2017, he first appeared in the inter-county league as a part of the Sligo minor football team.
He decided his switch in 2018 to Australian rules football following signing with North Melbourne Football Club. His senior team debut was during the 2021 National Football League.
In November 2021, Murphy had been a regular player on the team for two years prior to stepping away. He gained a lot of attention throughout his career.
Red Og Murphy Cause Of Death: How Did Red Og Murphy Die?
What Happened To Red Og Murphy? The famous and professional Irish Gaelic footballer has died at the age of 21, the cause of death is yet to be revealed.
However, North Melbourne chief executive, Ben Amarfio, has sent his condolences to the Murphy family in a statement.
“On behalf of everyone at the club, I would like to pass on my deepest sympathies to the Murphy family at this difficult time.”
“Our thoughts are with those closest to Red Og, his family and friends in his home in Ireland, and all those who played and worked alongside him and became friends with him during his time at North Melbourne.”