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Chelsea pays heartfelt tribute to devoted fan Angry Rantman

Chelsea pays heartfelt tribute to devoted fan Angry Rantman

With 481,000 YouTube followers and 112,000 Instagram subscribers, Saha's influence extended beyond the football community

Chelsea Football Club honoured its devoted fan, widely known as Angry Rantman, who passed away last Friday at the age of 27. Ahead of their Premier League match against West Ham United at Stamford Bridge, the club included a tribute to Saha in its information guide.

Tom Overend, co-owner of the Chelsea fan website TheChelsSocial, shared the tribute on X (formerly Twitter), writing, “Tribute to Abhradeep Saha in today’s match programme. So happy he got this tribute .”

Chelsea’s heartfelt tribute to AngryRantman

Earlier, Overend had announced that a tribute to Saha would be held at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. He expressed gratitude to Chelsea Football Club for facilitating the homage. Chelsea FC’s heartfelt message read, “Abhradeep Saha, aka, AngryRantman, Chelsea’s passionate YouTube voice, fell silent. He tugged the hearts of millions with his fiery rants, infectious energy, and dark humour. A die-hard Blue forever.”

Saha, a beloved YouTuber, passed away, but his family has not disclosed the cause of his death. Known for his iconic rants and charismatic personality, Saha had undergone open-heart surgery at the Narayana Cardiac Hospital in Bengaluru, but later experienced multiple organ failure.

With 481,000 YouTube followers and 112,000 Instagram subscribers, Saha’s influence extended beyond the football community. His fans remember him as a kind and generous soul whose energy and passion for Chelsea FC will be greatly missed. Chelsea’s tribute serves as a fitting farewell to a devoted supporter who brought joy to many with his vibrant personality.

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