Austria’s football community is in mourning due to Ex-Austrian Footballer Volkan Kahraman Shot Dead in Vienna . Former international footballer Volkan Kahraman 43, who played as a midfielder, won three caps for his country and played for Dutch clubs Feyenoord and Excelsior.
Volkan Kahraman was a former international footballer who made a significant impact on the sport during his career. Born in Austria, Kahraman played as a midfielder and won three caps for his country. He had a successful club career, playing for Dutch clubs Feyenoord and Excelsior, as well as clubs in Austria, Turkey, and Greece.
Kahraman played a key role in helping his hometown club Austria Vienna win a league and cup double, and his contributions to the sport will not be forgotten. After retiring from professional football, Kahraman delved into local politics and became a youth coach, showing his dedication to the community.
Throughout his career, Kahraman made a significant impact both on and off the field. He helped Austria Vienna win a league and cup double, and also played for several other clubs in Austria, Turkey, and Greece.
After retiring from professional football, Kahraman delved into local politics and became a youth coach. Unfortunately, his life was cut short on Wednesday when he was reportedly shot outside a bar in Vienna. According to reports, the incident occurred following an argument with a former friend and business associate. The shooter then turned the gun on himself.
Vienna police have launched an investigation into the matter. Despite attempts at resuscitation, Kahraman was pronounced dead at the scene.
Austria Vienna paid tribute to their former player on their website, listing his many achievements and contributions to the sport. The Bundesliga club wrote, “Rest in peace, Volkan. Austria Vienna wishes great strength to those he leaves behind, above all his family and close friends.”
Kahraman, who was of Turkish origin, also left a lasting legacy by founding the Besiktas Vienna football club in 2010. His death has deeply affected the football community, and he will be greatly missed.