Willie Los’e was a Tongan rugby union player who played as a lock. After retiring from football, he worked as a radio host and TV analyst.
A Tongan rugby union player Willie Los’e dies at the age of 55
Los’e has died in the South African city of Cape Town, where he was set to commentate on this weekend’s Rugby Sevens World Cup. He spent many years working for Sky Sport, which paid tribute to him in a statement.
“We are very sorry to learn that Willie Los’e passed away yesterday night in South Africa. “Willie was a long-serving and highly-regarded member of the Sky Sports commentary team and the wider Sky family. Our thoughts & sympathies are with Willie’s whānau at this time.”
Willie Los’e Age, Family, Early Life
Willie Los’e was born on 22 July 1967(55 years old) in Auckland, New Zealand. He holds a New Zealand Nationality and he belongs to the white ethnicity. His Zodiac sign is cancer.
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Willie Los’e Wife, What about his Children?
According to the Social media sources, his relationship status is Not Known and his Wife’s name is Not Known. He has Four children.
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Willie Los’e Career, What was his profession?
Los’e played three matches for the New Zealand Colts in 1988. Eight years later, he played for Tonga in the 1995 Rugby World Cup, playing all three pool stage matches. Los’e also played in the National Provincial Championship for Auckland, North Harbour, and Marlborough.
Los’e played in Japan for Yamaha Júbilo. After retiring from football, Los’e worked as a host for The Radio Network, where he hosted Radio Sport. He moved on to serve as a full-time TV commentator for Super Rugby, ITM Cup, and additional World Rugby Sevens Series events on Sky TV.
How much is Willie Los’e Net Worth?
Willie Los’e’s net worth has not yet been investigated in detail.
Which school and college did he go to?
Willie Los’e grew raised in West Auckland and attended Kelston Boys’ High School, where he was head prefect.
Is he available on any kind of social media platform?
Los’e is available on Twitter. He has 4,506+ followers on Twitter.
Physical Appearance of Willie Los’e’s Height, Weight
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