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Former Club Doctor Dies
Former Club Doctor Dies
Tuesday, 14th Aug 2007 09:23

Former Town club doctor Steve Lazar has died after complications following heart surgery at Papworth Hospital. Lazar left the club over the summer after 20 years at Portman Road.

Chairman David Sheepshanks paid tribute: “Although we were aware that Steve was undergoing surgery, this news was a dreadful shock to everyone who knew him.

“He provided an exemplary service as club doctor at Portman Road over the past 20 years.”

South Africa-born Lazar moved to England in 1967, moving to Ipswich in the early seventies and joining Town in 1985.

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