Who is Alan McLoughlin wife? After the demise of the Irish soccer star, people are eager to know about his family. Let’s find out.
Alan Mcloughlin is a legendary footballer. The former Republic of Ireland International passed away on May 4, 2021.
Mcloughlin was a hero for his nation in the 1994 World Cup finals in the United States and has 42 caps for his national team.
His death was confirmed by the Football Association of Ireland offering condolences to his wife and family. Here’s what we know about him.
Who Is Alan McLoughlin Wife?
Alan McLoughlin is married to his wife Debbi McLoughlin.
The footballer recently went on to his Twitter account to congratulate his daughter for her higher education degree.
— Alan Mcloughlin (@4AFMac) February 21, 2021
The tweet suggests that she passed out from the Solent University with a degree in Professional Football Management & Administration.
Possibly, she wants to be a football manager in the future.
Alan McLoughlin Children and Family
Alan McLoughlin and Debbi have two children together.
Their daughter’s names are Abby and Megan McLoughlin.
Alan McLoughlin was living in an extended family. However, their details are not known.
Furthermore, McLoughlin has more than 350 appearances for Portsmouth in a career that began from Manchester United in 1985.
💙 #Pompey are sad to confirm that Alan McLoughlin has passed away at the age of just 54
Rest in peace, Macca pic.twitter.com/MjV8EN8Jjb
— Portsmouth FC (@Pompey) May 4, 2021
Alan McLoughlin Cause of Death
Alan McLoughlin’s died from a long battle with cancer.
The soccer star was suffering from a tumor and was supposed to have radiotherapy to remove the tumor from his vertebrate.
Nine years ago he was also diagnosed with a kidney tumor. In November 2019, he stated that his cancer had spread to his other areas.
Following which he was rushed to the hospital after a fractured neck due to damage to his vertebrate.
Alan McLoughlin’s age is 54 years old as of March 2021.
This official obituary is yet to be announced by his family. Many bigger names in football are providing a tribute to the Irish legend.