Nicholas Wade Bio – Wiki
Nicholas Wade is from Bradford, West Yorkshire. He had a surgery to treat a long term bowel condition on 19 December and suddenly collapsed and died on Christmas Day.
Nicholas, who was a footballer tragically died on Christmas Day just days after he posted on Facebook that there would be “many more to come”. Nicholas played for amateur side Wyke Wanderers FC since he was a boy.
He was 33 years old.
His girlfriend’s name is Charlotte. Nicholas was celebrating Christmas eve with his girlfriend Charlotte the next day when he became unwell and died at home.
Nicholas Wade Died
Nicholas underwent surgery to treat a long-term bowel condition on 19 December, before being discharged and sent home on Christmas Eve. Just hours earlier, Nicholas posted on social media saying: “I had the best present ever being able to be at home so I can celebrate it with my family.
“Never take anything for granted and make sure you have the best day with your families… a thought going out to everyone having Christmas without family members and loved one.”
A few days before that, on 20 December Nichols, who was suffering from intestinal diseases, told his friends on Facebook that he had undergone eight hours of surgery to remove his large bowel.
Nicholas, a building worker, wrote: “Now that the long way to recovery and the new lease of life, my stoma nurse is quietly confident that if everything goes well, she will send me home for Christmas. “But if it doesn’t it’s not the end of the world. They will be many more Christmas’ now in the future.”
But he was collapsed and died on Christmas Day after surgery to treat a long term bowel condition.
A post mortem is being held to determine the cause of his death.
Nicholas Was a Builder
He was a building worker but played football for amateur side Wyke Wanderers FC since he was a boy.
Wyke Wanderers canceled the Christmas after hearing the news and instead gathered to celebrate his life. Club secretary David Ryan, whose cousin is Nicholas’ mum, described his friend as a “gentle giant”.
Former Manchester United and Scotland footballer Darren Fletcher is a high-profile sufferer, and he admitted he had to manage the condition throughout his career.