John Devine Death Reason?

We are saddened to share the news that John Devine, a former football coach, passed away at the age of 82. He breathed his last on Sunday, leaving behind his loved ones. The news of his passing has spread rapidly on social media and the Geelong Football Club is mourning his death.

Many people are curious to know the cause of John Devine’s death. He suffered from dementia and Parkinson’s disease. His death has come as a shock to the Geelong and Tasmanian Football Clubs, who have lost one of their best coaches.

John Devine was born and raised in Colac, Victoria. He made his debut for Geelong in the Victorian Football League in 1960 and was named the Cats’ player of the year in six of his nine finals with Geelong. He also won the Tasmanian State Championship in 1969. In 1986, he returned to Geelong to become the coach after Tom Haffey was sacked. After his playing and coaching career, he was a successful businessman and politician in Tasmania.

After the news of his death broke, many people expressed their condolences on social media and mourned his passing. We will keep you updated with any further news about John Devine.

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