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Joseph Cilia Aquilina Is Young assistant referee He Passed Away The Malta Football Referees Association is paying tribute after the death of young assistant referee Joseph Cilia Aquilina due to illness. He was 25 years old.
Joseph Cilia Aquilina Age
He was 25 years old.
Joseph Cilia Aquilina Education
Cilia Aquilina was a graduate in criminology.
Joseph Cilia Aquilina Death & Cause
Joseph Cilia Aquilina Died the age of 25
Joseph Cause of death and more information we will updated soon.
Joseph Cilia Aquilina Career
Joseph began his career in 2014 and was promoted to the category of National Assistant Referees in 2016. He made his competitive debut in the Malta FA Division 2 league match between Zejtun Corinthians FC and St. George’s FC on Friday December 16, 2016. On April 9, 2017, Joseph officiated his first game in the Gozo FA Division 1 league in a match between Oratory Youths and Xaghra United.
Joseph’s memorable refereeing experiences included the FA Under 15 Youth Playoff Final between Birkirkara and Pieta Hotspurs on May 6, 2016 and the UEFA Under 16 Development Tournament played in Malta in February 2018. Joseph was so passionate about refereeing that, while completing his studies in the United Kingdom, he found the time to officiate football matches in England, being their first meeting between Portsmouth FC Academy and Swindon Town FC Academy on October 3, 2016. The MFRA Executive Committee and its members send their sincere condolences to his family and numerous friends.
The Malta Football Referees Association, along with many others in the football scene, were shocked to hear the news of the death of Joseph Cilia Aquilina, a young referee aged 25.
Mother Isabella aquilina
His mother, Isabella shared the news yesterday. “Fly high my dear son. You have given me so much to be proud of. You will always be in our hearts, and watching us from above.”
“My son has gone to rest in the holy presence of the Lord,” Joseph’s mother Isabella posted on Facebook on Thursday evening. “Fly high my dear son. You have given me so much to be proud of. You will always be in our hearts, and watching us from above.”