Cyrille Regis: Leaving a lasting legacy


Diahanne Rhiney, DJ Spoony and Ambrose Mendy speak to The Voice about the impact of Cyrille Regis Written By:  Leah Sinclair

FOLLOWING THE very sad news of Cyrille Regis’ passing yesterday morning (Jan 15), The Voice spoke with those who knew him well to discuss his impact and legacy.

Diahanne Rhiney

“He was just one of those people who had such amazing light, and I am still in shock” said Diahanne Rhiney. “He absolutely loved football - we spoke only a couple of days ago and we were talking about football and my nephew, who's a promising footballer - and I just can’t believe it. He just was the nicest person.

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The Voice Online - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 12:28:53 +0000

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