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Switzerland mourns sudden death of football player: “Forever in my heart, Flo”

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Loved ones react excitedly to the sudden death of 24-year-old Florijana Ismaili. The body of the Swiss international was found yesterday in the Italian Lake Como. She had been missing since Saturday after jumping into the water from a boat. The cold of the water has probably put her in a thermal shock.

“I cannot put into words what kind of sadness, pain and suffering this message does to me,” writes a loved one on Instagram. “I can hardly hold back my tears. Can I never laugh at your accent again? Never go to the stadium with you again? And pick you up after a workout? Never smoke a water pipe with you again on the balcony and about love and life philosophize? Never call New Year again and congratulate you on your birthday at the same time? “

Flo, how is that supposed to be? “She continues.” How am I supposed to live in the knowledge that you are not short, but forever? I have no answer for that. I only know that after this far too early farewell I will have you in my arms again and can tell you what a fantastic person you are. I carry you in my heart forever, my little Flo. ”

Nils Nielsen, the coach of the national football team, says in a statement: “I am deeply sad and shocked. It is hard to accept that Flori has disappeared. She always had a smile on her face and inspired us with her cheerful She was someone who faced every challenge and set a good example. I can’t imagine how this should be for anyone who knows Flori longer and better than I. My thoughts are with them in this difficult time and with all those who guide and support their family and loved ones in this difficult time. ”

Evil dream

Midfielder Lia Wälti says: “Until the last moment I hoped for a miracle and told myself that everything was just a bad dream. The news touched me deeply, I can’t find the right words for it. I just hope Flori didn’t have to suffer and I wish it went well wherever she is. The thoughts now go mainly to her family and loved ones. At the moment it is important that we all support each other. “

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