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England Women's Under-19 midfielder Zoe Tynan dies aged 18
England Under-19 Women's and Fylde Ladies midfielder Zoe Tynan has died, aged 18.
Tynan, a former Manchester City player, died after being hit by a train at West Allerton station in Merseyside on Tuesday, British Transport Police said.
Tynan's death is not being treated as suspicious.
Her family paid tribute to a "vibrant, generous and fun-loving girl", who was "a dedicated athlete, never happier than when she had a ball at her feet".
Tynan began her career at Liverpool Feds, spent six years at Everton's Centre of Excellence and was playing for Women's Premier League side Fylde Ladies.
A family statement also said she was a "the most loving and caring daughter and sister anyone could wish for" and that she was the "ultimate team player".
It added: "Zoe always knew how to cheer anyone up, and was a loyal, straight-talking friend to many. She touched so many people's lives and will never be forgotten."
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