Karim Gazzetta Obituary, Death -According to reports, Karim Gazzetta, a former member of the Swiss national football team, took his own life early on Monday morning by jumping off of a building. He was discovered to have died. Gazzetta, who was 27 years old, was found dead outside of his home in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is located in southeastern Europe, according to the Daily Mail UK. Gazzetta was found in Bosnia and Herzegovina on April 14.
Gazzetta, an attacking midfielder, was playing for a local team in Bosnia and Herzegovina known as Zrinjski at the time. Zrinjski was competing in the sport at the time. As a result of the fact that he played on Switzerland’s under-20 national team four times in 2015, he was also recognized as one of the most promising young players in Switzerland. It was discovered that the decedent, later in his career, began to suffer injuries that ultimately led to him being sold to Zrinjski.
These injuries prevented him from playing on the field the majority of the time and ultimately led to his sale. After sustaining yet another injury, he made his last appearance on October 19th, which was a cup game. Since then, he has not played again.
Karim Gazzetta, a former player for Switzerland’s Under-20 national team, passed away unexpectedly in Bosnia, and the Swiss Football League is saddened by his passing, according to a spokesman for the Swiss Football League. “Karim Gazzetta met an untimely end in Bosnia,” the sentence reads.
His most recent contract, which he signed when he was 27 years old, was with Zrinjski Mostar, the team that is currently in first place in the Bosnian league. The statement read, “The SFL extends its deepest condolences to the entire family and loved ones, especially his younger brother Luca, who made three appearances in the Challenge League for Servette FC in the 2017/18 season and is currently playing in the Promotion League for Stade Nyonnais.”
“The SFL extends its deepest condolences to the entire family and loved ones, especially his younger brother Luca, who made three appearances in the Challenge League for Servette FC in the 2017/18 season The SFL wishes to convey its most heartfelt condolences to all members of the deceased person’s family and loved ones.