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Football World Reacts To Death Of Ex-Arsenal Winger

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The world of football was thrown into mourning on Saturday with the news of the passing away of former Arsenal and Spain winger Jose Antonio Reyes.

The emergency services in Andalusia and the authorities in the player’s home town, Utrera, said Reyes died in an accident on the main road from Sevilla to Utrera. They said another member of his family also died and a third person was injured.

Reyes won a European under-21 title with Spain in 2002 and went on to play 21 times for Spain between 2003 and 2006, scoring four goals.

He won Premier League and FA Cup medals at Arsenal and came on as a late substitute when the Gunners lost the 2006 Champions League final to Barcelona.

Reyes was part of Arsenal’s famous invincible squad that went the entire 2003/2004 season unbeaten.

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