Who Was Paul Jiggins?

Who was paul jiggins

Who was Paul Jiggins and what was his cause of death? Football reporter dead: The world is currently mourning the demise of much-loved football journalist Paul Jiggins. Millwall admirer “Jiggo” was one of the sharpest football reporters in the business. He covered the rollercoaster ride of Tottenham ride in the last 1 decade, including their run to the 2019 Champions League final. And of course, all the Spursy moments in between. Jiggo was also an exceptionally funny writer entertaining readers every Saturday with his acerbic Week at the Knees column. He first joined The Sun in the year 1990 as a messenger prior to rising through the ranks to become a staff writer.

Who was Paul Jiggins?

Jiggo was a strong presence in the press box, unafraid to pose the tough questions to Premier League managers. But he also had a brilliant way with words and his intros were the jealousy of his rivals. Spurs’ last-gasp win over Ajax to reach the Champions League final-24 hours after the epic fightback of Liverpool against Barcelona direct him to write: “Mauricio Pochettino cried for joy after his Spurs heroes made the greatest Champions League comeback since Tuesday.”

Who was paul jiggins

Jiggo will be surely and particularly missed at his beloved Millwall, who will wear black armbands in the match on Saturday at Stoke and have renamed their media suite after him. Shaun Custis, Sun head of sport said; “We are deeply upset by the passing of Paul. He was an immensely famous member of The Sun sports team who had a special talent for entertaining the readers. “He was also a great pal to the press pack who covered Spurs with him and he will be highly missed at Millwall, the club that was so close to his heart.

Jiggins was a sports reporter to The Scottish Sun, and he was based in the United Kingdom.

Fans’ families are praying good wishes for him. It is not clear now, from how long he was suffering from the heart disease or it was the first time when he got the heart disease. The team Millwall FC will wear black armbands to respect the former reporter.

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