Australian Australian rules football player, Colin Sylvia, Died at 32

Colin Sylvia was born on November 8, 1985, and died on October 28, 2018.

He was an Australian rules footballer.

He played for the Melbourne Football Club and Fremantle Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).

Sylvia experienced childhood in Merbein, Victoria, a town close to the rustic city of Mildura where he played his lesser football with the nearby club.

As an 18-year-old, Sylvia moved to Bendigo to propel his lesser football and odds of being drafted into the AFL.

Sylvia sought a debate with his off-field conduct. Colin Sylvia was blamed for brutality towards his better half in 2006.

In March 2008 he got a one-coordinate boycott and a $5000 fine in the wake of breaking a 1 am check-in time and neglecting to swing up to an obligatory recuperation session.

Exactly a year later in March 2009, Sylvia “broke group desires by being out late on Sunday evening” and was suspended by the club’s administration bunch five days after the fact for the NAB Challenge coordinate against the Western Bulldogs.

During 2009, Sylvia spoke transparently about his off-field issues and conduct and how he almost abandoned football as a result of damage.

On 23 October 2011, police talked with Sylvia after he cleared out the scene of a genuine mischance in South Melbourne in the early hours of that morning.

It is trusted Sylvia was not the driver of the vehicle.

Colin Sylvia passed away at 32 years old.

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