Thursday, July 28, 2011

Bobby Moore's son Dean Mysterious death at just 43 could be down to natural Causes

The son of England football legend Bobby Moore has been found dead in his flat aged just 43 years old.

Dean Moore's body was found in his flat in Notting Hill, West London, yesterday lunch time after a relative became concerned for his welfare.

It is believed that he had a medical condition and may have died from natural causes.

There were no signs of wounds and police said they were investigating the death but there was no cause for concern, according to the Sun.

A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: 'We are treating the death as unexplained. There are no suspicious circumstances.'

A source close to the family said: 'Dean had a medical condition. It appears to be a tragic death at an early age from natural causes.'

He was the second child of the football champion and his first wife, Tina.

He also has an older sister, Roberta, 46. Both were last night said to be distraught.

In 1997 he took over the running of a pub opposite Chelsea FC's football grounds and online described himself as a 'habitual drinker'.

His father, who captained the England team to World Cup victory in 1966 and died of cancer in 1993, played for West Ham.

There was speculation when he took over the pub, the Chelsea Gate, that Dean had been the butt of an elaborate joke by the pub company who assigned him there as landlord, given the rivalry between the two teams.

Paramedics arrived at his Notting Hill house but were unable to revive him and a post mortem examination is due to take place.

He leaves behind a daughter.

Mr Moore had recently changed his status to single on his Facebook page. Source