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Bishop's Stortford pay tribute to former manager and coach Gordon Boateng following his death at 40

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Bishop's Stortford have paid tribute to Gordon Boateng after their former manager and coach died this week aged just 40.

Boateng, who had a spell in charge of the first team in 2016, was well known and hugely respected throughout non-league.

As well as stints at a number of clubs, including Stortford's tenants Enfield, he was an ambassador for the Kick It Out anti-racism campaign and founder of the Boateng Academy.

"All at Bishop's Stortford FC are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of our former manager Gordon Boateng," said the club on Twitter.

"Our thoughts at this desperately sad time are with his family, friends and all those in the football community who knew him."

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