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Vale Bob Fulton

Former Rugby League International and Manly Club captain Bob “Bozo” Fulton has passed away aged 74 after a long battle with cancer. ‘Bozo’ was also a member of 2GB’s Continuous Call football team covering around the ground matches for many years.

His death has shocked the rugby league world with emotional tributes being shared by former teammates, colleagues and football fans from Australia, England and New Zealand.

Fulton had kept his cancer plight private with only his closest family and friends aware of his condition.

He was surrounded by loving wife Anne, sons Scott and Brett, daughter Kristie and close friend and former Eastern Suburbs captain Royce Ayliffe, when he passed away.

Fulton’s long-time mate and 2GB radio colleague Ray Hadley broke down in tears as he shared the news of the football legend’s passing on Sunday.

His death has shocked the rugby league world with emotional tributes being shared by former teammates, colleagues and football fans from Australia, England and New Zealand.

Fulton had kept his cancer plight private with only his closest family and friends aware of his condition.

He was surrounded by loving wife Anne, sons Scott and Brett, daughter Kristie and close friend and former Eastern Suburbs captain Royce Ayliffe, when he passed away.

Fulton’s long-time mate and 2GB radio colleague Ray Hadley broke down in tears as he shared the news of the football legend’s passing on Sunday.

(Courtesy of FOX Sports News Corp Australia)

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  1. BOB FULTON I LOSATENED TI HIMMON RADIO HE WAS ONE OF THE BESRT EXPERT ALLER I HAVE JEARD IN ALL MY OVER 30 YEARS OF BEING A RUGBY LEAGUE FAN.
    GID REAT YIOUR SOULD BIB FULTON AND MAY YOU REST IN PEACE MUCH LIVES ABD SORELY MISSED.

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