Acclaimed Latvian football player Andrejs Rubins dies at 43

One of the most successful Latvian football players in history Andrejs Rubins has died at the age of 43, Latvian Football Federation said on August 3.

Rubins played as a left midfielder. He was a member of the Latvia national team with 117 games, which is the second largest number on the national team. 

In his career between 1996 and 2012, Rubins played in football teams of Latvia, Sweden, Azerbaijan, the UK, and Russia. He was named the champion of Latvia three times.

Our condolences to Rubins family, friends, colleagues and fans.

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