After Welsh national manager Gary Speed, 42, was found hanging at his garage of his 1.5 million pound mansion in Huntington on the outskirts of Chester on November 27, 2011, a lot of people have doubted his wife Louise Speed was the answer for his mystery death but in fact, Gary Speed was not depressed and had not argued with his wife. Meanwhile, only hours earlier, he had appeared happy and optimistic on the BBC’s Football Focus.
The family of Gary Speed on Monday expressed their sincere thanks for the overwhelming support they have received following the tragic death of the Wales football manager. “Gary’s family would sincerely like to thank all the people who have sent messages of condolence and tributes in what is a very difficult time,’ said Wales manager’s agent and best man Hayden Evans. Speaking outside the family’s home, Mr Evans added: “They have been overwhelmed by the support – it really has helped. You can imagine how Louise is feeling.” Furthermore, a pile of tributes including flowers, footballs and soccer shirts was growing at the Billy Bremner statue outside the ground at the end of the star’s drive as a steady stream of fans came to pay their respects.
This is the image of Gary Speed’s house in Cheshire, Huntington where Welsh manager was found hanging at the garage by his wife Louise Speed
The outside view of Gary Speed’s Cheshire home where he lived with his 40-year-old wife Louise Speed and his two sons Edward, 14, and Thomas, 13
A Newcastle scarf is tied to the entrance to his Cheshire house by fans
Mr. Speed's former agent and best man Hayden Evans speaks out outside his family be left alone to grieve for their loss home in Chester
The Billy Bremner statue at Elland Road is covered with scarves, shirts and flowers as Leeds supporters honor their former player Mr. Gary who died on Sunday morning
Everton fans have been laying tributes at Goodison Park in memory of Gary
Newcastle fans pay tribute to Gary Speed outside St.James' Park
A moving message left for Gary Speed outside Leeds' Elland Road
Along with David Beckham, Prime Minister David Cameron was "deeply saddened" to hear of football manager Gary Speed's death: "I'm deeply saddened to hear about the death of Gary Speed." He added: "Our thoughts are with his family at what must be a very difficult time for them." Manchester United striker Michael Owen cannot believe the news regarding Louise Speed’s husband while Owen’s colleague, Wales legend Ryan Giggs is “totally devastated” and the former Man Utd and Wales player Mickey Thomas called Mr. Gary “a great man, great husband, father and footballer. Legend”.
Speaking on the LA Galaxy's tour of Asia, David Beckham has paid tribute to Wales manager and said Mr. Gary was outstanding as a player and a manager
Wales manager Gary Speed who was the first man to play 500 games in the Premier League, was the manager of Wales' national team
The photo of Gary and wife-the mother of two- Louise Speed who is distraught after finding the body of the Welsh soccer boss
Gary Speed’s House: Pictures of the 1.5 Million Mansion Where Welsh Manager Found Hanging