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Paul Hunter - R.I.P.

Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by Nickybaker, 10 October 2006.

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  1. Nickybaker

    Nickybaker You want SEVEN?

    15 October 2003
    Essex
    The one and only Arsenal
    Terrible news that Paul Hunter has died of cancer at the age of 27 leaving a wife and daughter of 10 months behind.

    Paul Hunter in my eyes will always be a legend for his naughty antics which used to inspire his comebacks at the Masters.

    R.I.P.

    :salute:
     
  2. Clockender

    Clockender is back...but for how long?

    27 November 2001
    East Lower, Block 13
    Arsenal FC
    I went to see him play last year in the Premier League Snooker just before he was diagnosed and his game was off that night, it soon became clear why. This is such a shock though, it was so sudden. Reminds me of when Rocky Rocastle died. Such an excellent player was Paul, the sporting world has lost a mercurial talent. My thoughts go out to his wife and family.

    Things like this put everything else into perspective.
     
  3. djdoc

    djdoc Guest

    He was a great player. I watched him at times and thought "this guy could end up as good as Stephen Hendry" its such a big shame he has been taken away from us. Quite a sad day for all involved. My condolences to his lovely wife and daughter.

    DJ
     
  4. rockykabir

    rockykabir hello

    30 March 2003
    London -> New York -> San Francisco
    Liverpool FC
    R.I.P. :(
     
  5. Dermot

    Dermot Banned

    13 August 2002
    New York
    Arsenal
    What a relief for the other snooker players to have him gone. RIP.
     
  6. Dazfeeder

    Dazfeeder Harvester of Sorrow

    24 September 2003
    Manchester United
    I loved watching him play, absolute legend and he will never be forgoten, R.I.P
     
  7. cornholio

    cornholio The Great Cornholio

    25 April 2006
    BVB,Liverpool
    R.I.P. Paul Hunter
     
  8. Mufc_Rule

    Mufc_Rule Conference

    2 August 2003
    Devestated :(

    R.I.P Paul :(
     
  9. CW

    CW C Dub Founding Member

    6 October 2001
    Liverpool
    Totally shocked when I heard this. Snooker loses one of its stars far too soon. R.I.P
     
  10. :: JJ ::

    :: JJ :: Guest

    Very sad news, came as a big shock when I found out. R.I.P. :(
     
  11. scarface1999

    scarface1999 League 2

    6 August 2006
    what the fuck.... man he really fought til the end. rest in peace
     
  12. JayM

    JayM International

    17 April 2004
    North Yorkshire
    Celtic
    I saw him play Stephen Hendry in Greenock a couple of years ago, he was a great player and will be missed by all fans of the game.:( R.I.P. :(
     
  13. joostebrood

    joostebrood Premiership

    4 March 2002
    It's true that the chances of other players grow now. I think some might even not be sad about this.
     
  14. scarface1999

    scarface1999 League 2

    6 August 2006
    are you fucking kidding me? this is not UFC we are talking about. Why should chances for other players grow? if you are good enough you will play whit the big boys, simple as that. and its not like Paul Hunter would destroy your chances.

    i think you are a complete jackass
     
  15. joostebrood

    joostebrood Premiership

    4 March 2002
    Easy now my friend. Can't we just have a civilized conversation here without the insults flying around? You clearly have an attitude problem here and I might even forward this to one of the admins, who happen to be very close friends of mine.
     
  16. Dermot

    Dermot Banned

    13 August 2002
    New York
    Arsenal
    Come on now, we all know it's a relief for the other players to not have Hunter in the tournaments, it's like when Senna died or when Lester Piggott got squashed by that horse, sure everybody looked grave and worried but deep down they were hardly able to contain their excitement, "finally I have a chance now". Life is all abouyt survival of the fittest and for modern day snooker players heart attacks are just another factor in an already high octane dangerous sport, only the best manage to become champion and stay there. Sure it's unfortunate he's gone but you have to keep potting the balls.
     
  17. scarface1999

    scarface1999 League 2

    6 August 2006
    you guys are clearly confused.
     
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