Taner Savut Death Reason?

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Another shocking incident claimed the life of Hataysport sporting director Taner Savut. Yes, the body of a prominent Hataysport sporting director, identified as Taner Savut, has tragically died after being found under the rubble in Turkey. News of his death comes after the body of former Chelsea footballer Christian Atsu was also found under the same rubble at the same location. Unfortunately, Tanrsavut breathed his last breath on February 6, 2023. His sudden passing has shocked and saddened the football world. Let’s find out more about this and how it happened.

According to sources, Taner Savut’s body was found on Tuesday, February 21, 2023, more than two weeks after his death. Since Savut’s news was confirmed online, his fans and loved ones have been sending him condolences and sending their deep condolences to his family who are going through a difficult time. Journalist T. Kla Wesley Jr. wrote, “Two weeks after the earthquake in Turkey, the body of Hatayspor sports director Taner Savut was found on Tuesday. His body was found near where the body of Christian Atsu was found”. Several posts have confirmed Taner Savut’s death.

Taner Savut’s cause of death?

He is a Turkish football club player who played in the Super League. As a footballer, he played for several clubs in Turkey before moving to sporting director, gaining a huge following. He was born on August 10, 1974 in Izmir, Turkey. In 1994, he started his football career with Izmirspor and went on to become a member of other Turkish clubs. He is still part of some of the best football clubs such as Fenerbahçe, Göztepe and Siirtspor.

Apart from that, he also played for several lower division teams such as Sakaryaspor, Alanyaspor and Tokatspor. He is a much respected and loved football player in the football world. Unfortunately, Savut died in an earthquake in the Turkish region where he lived. He was found under the rubble of a collapsed building in Iskenderun, where he lived.

Still, the work is ongoing in Turkey, and several unidentified bodies have already been recovered. Now, these groups have been doing their best to save those who have long been struck under the rubble. Until, several rescue missions have saved thousands of people.

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