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Tributes to Tito Vilanova

Notable figures from across the world expressed their condolences on the death of former Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova on Friday.

Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu:

Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta: "I have no words. You have been and are an example, I am proud to have formed part of your life. I will never forget you. I wish your family strength through this moment. Rest in peace coach. Kisses.

Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas:

Barcelona forward Lionel Messi:


Atletico Madrid striker David Villa: "My deepest sympathy to Tito Vilanova's family and friends. He has been an example to us all with his fight. We will never forget him. Rest in peace."

Barcelona forward Cristian Tello: "Horrible cancer. You have taken the life of one of the greats. But you will never be able to take the great memories I have of him. #TitoEternal"

Barcelona forward Pedro Rodriguez: "We will never forget you! Thanks for having been part of my life and for being such a grand person."

Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes: "Tito Vilanova, one of the best managers I have had in my career. Thanks for everything you have given. Hugs to all of the family and my support and wishes for strength."

Everton winger Gerard Deulofeu, on loan from Barcelona: "Rest in peace Tito Vilanova! Lots of strength to his family. Rest in peace."

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho:

Bayern Munich: "FC Bayern mourns Tito Villanova. With dismay and deep morning FC Bayern has gained knowledge of his death."

Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos:

Chelsea defender Cesar Azpilicueta:

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea:

Manchester United forward Juan Mata:

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero:

Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale:

Chelsea winger Andre Schuerrle:

Galatasaray midfielder Wesley Sneijder:

Former England and Barcelona striker, BBC presenter Gary Lineker:

Former England striker Michael Owen:

Juventus manager Antonio Conte:

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere:

Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman:

Former U.S. international Mia Hamm:


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