The entire sports world of India is mourning today because the industry has lost one of its gems. We are sad to announce that noted Indian Football commentator and historian named Novy Kapadia has left the world today on 18th November 2021. The way he used to handle the mic is just unbelievable because he was the only one whom people love to hear when it comes to talking about the commentary of Indian Football. Here is the complete update on the famous football commentator’s demise.
No doubt that his untimely death has shaken so many people and the pain of people is available on the internet because plenty of the people are mourning his death and delivering tributes to him on social media. Well, no doubt a huge loss to Indian football worlds, however, he never appeared in-ground but his voice and his tips to play the game will not let him die ever. The name is grabbing the headlines today where one thing is just common as people are preferring him to call a friend of football and footballers and undoubtedly saying this won’t be bad that his voice will be missed forever whenever there will be the talk of football and commentary.
Novy Kapadia Cause of Death
As soon as the news started to surface on the internet people started to search about his death cause and everyone is keen to know how did Novy Kapadia die. So, we are sad to let you know that Kapadia left the world on Thursday’s afternoon post complications from the Motor neuron disease and he was battling with the disease for a while and he was on ventilator support for more than a month so it seems like it was becoming tough to stay there for him after all staying on a ventilator for more than a month is not an easy deal and this is the main reason where most of the people die because of lack of wish to live.
Talking about his achievements so he was an Indian football journalist, critic, and commentator often considered to be India’s foremost football expert and commentator. He was the Deputy Proctor of the university from the year 2003 to 2010 and also a professor at SGTB Khalsa College, Delhi University. He had written plenty of books on sports and mainly on football so no doubt he will always remain alive in our hearts and his voice will keep echoing in our ears. May his soul rest in peace…