The football world mourns Michael Morhardt. As Sky commentator Jörg Dahlmann reports on Instagram, his colleague died at the age of 55. Morhardt was a Sky assistant for almost 20 years at the side of commentator Wolff-Christoph Fuss in the stadiums.
Mourning for Michael Morhardt. The Sky assistant died unexpectedly at the age of 55. He was actually supposed to be in action alongside Wolff-Christoph Fuss in the match between Dortmund and Mainz on Saturday. As reported by “Bild”, Morhardt died as a result of a heart attack while on vacation in Mallorca.
Morhardt died surprisingly – emotional statement from Sky commentator Dahlmann and Fuss
With tears in his eyes, Sky commentator Jörg Dahlmann mourned his longtime friend and colleague. “A person has passed away who may have been my best friend. Michael was maybe the kindest man I’ve ever known,” Dahlmann said on Instagram and continued: “I’m incredibly sad about it. Michael, we will always think of you, but it’s still just horrible that you left us so soon.”
Fuss is also shocked by the news of his long companion’s death and said to “Bild”: “It is incomprehensible and incomprehensible to me. I’m shattered For almost 20 years he has been at my side in the stadiums of this world. As an assistant, as an editor, but above all as a friend. It will be weird, it will be different without him in Dortmund tomorrow. He would have taken it amiss if I declined. In this respect, tomorrow will be a special day in many respects. The best always go too soon!”