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Mr Moorfoot taught at Hornsea School and Language College - which has already lost one of it's teenagers in similar circumstances. Victoria Whittam reports.
Langtoft AFC have paid tribute to their player James Moorfoot who collapsed and died during a match. The club has asked for their message to be shared with the football family.
We are currently trying to come to terms with the tragic and sudden passing of James Moorfoot. We are numb with grief. James had a contagious energy and humour which lit up a room and will be dearly missed by so many. We can seek the smallest solace in the fact that James passed away doing what he loved, in the village that he loved, surrounded by people who loved him.
We cannot thank enough the Emergency Services and the players of Hedon Rangers who worked so bravely to save James. At this time all of our thoughts are with James' family. Everyone associated with Langtoft Football Club, past and present, sends their love and condolances at this difficult time.
A teacher from Hornsea has died after he collapsed on the pitch during a football match. James Moorfoot was playing for Langtoft AFC at Rudston near Bridlington, when the tragedy happened just before half past three yesterday afternoon. Paramedics and the air ambulance were sent to the scene but could not help him. Tributes have been paid on social media to Mr Moorfoot, who taught English at Hornsea School and Language College. His pupils say he was a 'great English teacher."
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