AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL has been plunged into mourning after a participant was shot useless in his own residence on Monday.
John Odisho, 25, who performed for Parramatta Melita Eagles, suffered gunshot wounds to his head at his Sydney flat.
A male family member was shot within the arm in the identical incident at 5 Dock.
Odisho’s household let medical doctors flip off the participant’s life assist the next day.
CCTV pictures confirmed two males working from the scene after the taking pictures.
Odisho had lately rejoined Parramatta, who’re primarily based within the Sydney outskirts and play within the semi-professional New South Wales state league – the Australian fourth tier.
Membership president David Frendo stated: “It is with deep unhappiness that we share with you some devastating information.
“Senior participant John Odisho has sadly misplaced his life in a horrific incident in 5 Dock earlier this week.
“John, who returned to Parramatta FC this season, was thought of a key signing for our 2019 season.
“On behalf of the Parramatta Melita Eagles Sports activities Membership Board, I supply heartfelt condolences to John’s household, his pals and to all personnel concerned with John throughout his time at our membership.
“Relaxation In Peace John – eternally an Eagle.”
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New South Wales cops are investigating whether a man who attended a city hospital with a gunshot wound to his stomach early on Tuesday was involved in the shooting.
However sources revealed neither he nor Odisho’s relative, 24, have cooperated with police.
NSW Police said: “Investigations are continuing, and anyone who was in the area at the time or has any information that may assist police is urged to come forward.”