A few days ago, last Thursday, May 13, it was reported that a 31-year-old Dutch tourist was in Mallorca after jumping from a rock on a 22-meter-high cliff in the Margrads archipelago in Santa Ponza, Mallorca. Island died. Calvia. The video, filmed by the deceased couple, went around the world. The news became relevant again because it was learned that it was a former footballer.
On vacation with his wife and his two children, Murad Ramrabat is a professional Dutch footballer who made his first team debut for Vitesse, one of the most recognizable clubs in the Eredivisie. To be precise, the club issued a statement expressing condolences from him.
“Witters hopes that Ram Rabat’s family and friends are strong enough to deal with the great loss,” they wrote on social media, with many fans also leaving messages of encouragement for their loved ones, with some of his former teammates saying that they “feel” frustrated. “.
Vitesse also noted that Mourad Lamrabatte wore the team colors in the 2010/11 season and was instrumental in winning the U23 youth squad. He also scored in a first team friendly against VIOS Vaassen in July 2010. Now his physique has completely changed: he earns his living as a taekwondo coach.
Mourad enjoys a few days of vacation in Mallorca with his wife and his two children, the eldest of 4 years, who lives with him in the town of Santa Ponsam, near Magaluf. In fact, the entire scene in which he can be seen jumping into the void was recorded by his wife, who enjoyed a Malgratz day on her rented yacht.
Her body was located 15 meters below the ocean floor by the GEAS (Group for Underwater Activities) of the National Guard. Lamrabatte was unable to propel himself deep enough into the water and hit the rocks, although he did not die from the blow. He drowned after losing consciousness, according to local media. He fell into the water semi-conscious, unable to swim to safety until rescuers arrived.