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English soccer star Paul Stewart reveals the death of his wife Bev


English football star Paul Stewart reveals the death of his wife Bev as old teammates including Gary Lineker offer their condolences

  • Ex-soccer star Paul Stewart has announced that his wife Bev has died at the age of 56
  • The couple met in Bev's hometown of Blackpool and were married for 33 years
  • She has been described as a "full-time mother" to her three children
  • Bev also strongly supported Paul when he revealed he was a victim of sexual abuse

Former English star Paul Stewart has announced that his wife Bev has died at the age of 56.

The ex-Tottenham striker said he couldn't describe the pain of losing his wife and mother of their three children in a heartfelt position.

"I love you and always will love you Bev," added Paul.

Condolences have been received from former teammates such as Gary Lineker, Paul Lake and Graham Roberts.

Former English star Paul Stewart has announced that his wife Bev Stewart has died at the age of 56

The ex-Tottenham striker said he couldn't describe the pain of losing his wife and mother of their three children in a heartfelt position

The ex-Tottenham striker said he couldn't describe the pain of losing his wife and mother of their three children in a heartfelt position

The couple met in Bev's hometown of Blackpool, where Paul began his football career and was married for 33 years.

Bev was previously described as a "full-time mother" to her three children and was a "strong family unit".

She also strongly supported her husband after he decided to help other victims of sexual abuse by revealing his four-year ordeal from a pedophile.

Bev Stewart spoke with pride of her husband's courage in approving the naming.

“I think it's the right thing. I can still go outside with my head held high because he's so brave, "she said in 2016.

"We have our two young girls and my son, and all of my family are very proud of him."

Stewart, who played for Man City, Liverpool, Spurs and Sunderland in the 1980s and 90s, came forward after two former Crewe players announced they were also molested as teenagers.

She added, “I suspected something. His parents told me he hadn't spoken in a year as a teenager, and I knew the man who molested him, so I got a strange feeling that something was wrong.

"It wasn't taboo, but we didn't talk about it openly. I had a feeling for the man who molested Paul."

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