The family of former Premier League footballer Jlloyd Samuel have spoken of their "devastation" at his death in a vehicle crash.
The family of former Premier League footballer Jlloyd Samuel have paid tribute to him after he died in the collision in High Legh, Cheshire.
The 37-year-old, who was a Trinidad and Tobago global died on the spot after his Range Rover collided with a van in High Legh near Lymm.
The ex-Trinidad & Tobago global also played for England U21s and youth team levels.
They added: "His next of kin have been informed and are now being supported by specially trained officers".
May 15, near Warrington in the accident killed a famous football player Jay-Lloyd Samuel, according to British newspaper the Sun.
The 54-year-old male driver of the van remains in hospital in a serious condition.
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"The TTFA and all his former teammates extends deepest condolences to his family in this most hard time".
Samuel spent almost a decade at Villa Park before joining Bolton in 2007.
The 37-year-old made 169 Premier League appearances for the Villans from 1998-2007 and spent four years at Bolton before playing in Iran for Esteghlal and Paykan until 2015.
"The family at this time respectfully request to be left alone so they can have time to grieve and mourn his passing".
Most recently he was player-manager for Egerton FC in the 12th tier of English football.