One of the finest athletes named Harley Balic who was a former player of Fremantle passed away recently. He was 25 years old at the time of his death. The vital reasons for his death are unspecified so far as none of his acquaintances revealed anything publically so far. He played as the midfielder for his team Fremantle. The entire team was immersed in sorrow after learning about this misfortune. However, it was the third member of Docker passed away in recent years. Get more information on Harley Balic death cause and other details.
The death of the former member is not considered suspicious by the team members. He associated with the team in 2015 appointed by Fremantle along with a pick number 38. In addition to this, he scored three goals by participating in four games back in 2017. But later the athlete took personal leave and left for Melbourne at the end of the season. He even didn’t participate in any contest for the Demons and took retirement after a year in 2018. It was being said that Balic was suffering from some mental health issues in his past that was affecting him at the time.
Harley Balic Death Reason
Balic further revealed his mental issues and made a statement wherein he said that he loved playing football with all of his heart but now he is losing interest in it and also losing his passion for the game. He said as he was announcing his retirement “It was an easy statement in the end, as I’ve thought about it for a little while now.” He further says that he won’t regret his decision and appreciated Melbourne for providing him with a second chance. He even stated that it is just the thing to do.
Apart from him the sports organization Fremantle learnt about the shocking events of the sudden demise of its other two former players. As per the reports stated that the other two ex-players of Dockers and Demons named Colin Syliva lost his life after meeting with a fatal car accident in 2018. The player was also played for the team as the midfielder.
In the same year, another former player named Shane Yaaran played as a Forward passed away. While moving back to Balic his demise news shared by AFL star Harley Bennell posted a photo of the player along with Ballic and Yarran with a caption rads “Rest Easy my 2 brothers.” The above information has been derived from other sources of the Internet we aren’t claiming it. Stay tuned with Social Telecast for more information and the latest updates.