Johan Hamel Obituary, Death – According to information provided by the French referees’ union, Johan Hamel, who was 42 years old, unexpectedly passed away. The latter official worked a match in Ligue 1 on Sunday between PSG and Auxerre, during which he oversaw video assistance and was one of the match officials (5-0).

A funeral service is being held for French soccer. The death of French referee Johan Hamel came as a surprise to everyone. The French Referees’ Union, also known as SAFE, took to Twitter on Wednesday to break the news to their members. The message expresses sadness for those who work in the refereeing profession. Ligue 1 referee Johan Hamel, 42, died. The members of SAFE and the referees would like to express their condolences to his family, friends, and other members of his extended family. Johan, you are going to be greatly missed by all of us.

He reportedly had a stroke while he was working out at the gym, as reported by L’Equipe. Since the start of the 2016-2017 season, he had officiated more than 300 games in a variety of competitions. (311 in Ligue 1, Ligue 2, National, Coupe de France, Coupe de la Ligue). In the game that took place on Sunday between PSG and Auxerre, he assisted Karil Abed with video analysis (5-0, 14th day of Ligue 1). On November 6, he took part in what would be his last major competition, which was a match between Lille and Rennes. (on the first of January, the fourteenth day of L1)

The online kudos of a great number of professional clubs can be found in this location. He had already officiated nine games by that point in the season (eight in Ligue 1, one in Ligue 2). On the website of the FFF, he explained his decision to become a referee by saying, “I chose refereeing because it combines technical decision-making and physical effort.”

Football has always been one of my goals in life because I enjoy the feeling of fulfillment that comes from competing in the sport. During the month of October, he participated in referee-club exchange days organized by the Technical Direction of Arbitration. During those days, he discussed his ideas with FC Lorient (DTA). “We want football families to get closer,” he said. “We are working toward that goal.” “Efforts are being made to achieve that objective.” Erling Haaland’s goal for Manchester City against Dortmund, which was scored with a karate kick, was compared to Johan Cruyff’s goal, which was scored with a bicycle kick.