Football remembers Gary Speed two years after his death

Figures in football pay tribute to former Wales manager Gary Speed, who passed away two years ago today.

Figures in the world of football have been paying their respects to former Wales manager Gary Speed two years to the day that he passed away.

The former midfielder, who represented Leeds United, Everton, Newcastle United, Bolton Wanderers and Sheffield United during his career, was found hanged in his home in Cheshire on November 27, 2011.

Various football clubs, players and others within the game, including journalists and pundits, have paid tribute to Speed on Twitter.

Take a look at the tweets below:

"Two years on and it's still so shocking. RIP Gary Speed."
Arsenal and Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey

"Lots of moving tributes to a true Welsh gentleman on this sad anniversary. #GarySpeed Cofio am Byth | Never Forgotten."
The Football Association of Wales

"Two years on. Always in our hearts. Gary Speed (8th September 1969 - 27th November 2011)."
Newcastle United

"2 years today, RIP Gary speed never be forgotten.."
Liverpool and Wales winger Harry Wilson

"Gary Speed's death still so shocking and raw two years on. #RIPSpeedo."
Sky Sports presenter David Jones

"RIP gary speed, thoughts with his friends and family. never forgotten."
Liverpool and Wales goalkeeper Danny Ward

"2 years ago today a good pal tragically died, I still can't get my head round why it happened??RIP Gary Speed."
Sky Sports presenter Chris Kamara


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