John Souttar, a professional footballer from Scotland, plays for both the Scotland national team and the Scottish Premiership club Rangers. He is also a member of the Scotland national squad. He had previously played for Dundee United and Heart of Midlothian before to joining Rangers in 2022. Prior to that, he had played for Heart of Midlothian.
What Happened To Aaron Souttar? John Soutter Brother Death Rumors
It is believed that Aaron Souttar, John Soutter’s brother, has passed away. According to the reports, he was suffering from some type of health problem that ultimately led to the taking of his life today. Nevertheless, the confirmation on it hasn’t been stated anyplace else, with the notable exception of the Twitter community.
According to one commenter on Twitter, “I have no clue whether the accusations regarding his brother Aaron are real, but even if they aren’t, people need to stop writing individuals off after only one hour and ninety minutes of work in a famously difficult area to go. Souttar has the mindset necessary to be a tenacious cornerback and to have a successful career with the Rangers.”
Rangers have left the nation without centre defender John Souttar as they prepare for their encounter in the Champions League qualifying round against Union Saint-Gilloise.
Both the defender and Ryan Kent will be present for the first leg of the third-round battle against each other. The defender made his first appearance in a professional game on Saturday against Livingston. Alfredo Morelos, who was featured on the UEFA squad list for the two matches but is still working his way back to full health after a persistent thigh problem, was set to play in the match too soon, which was another reason why the match was scheduled too soon.
In a similar manner, Rangers Football club uploaded a photo of John to their account on the 31st of July. This user on the internet adds, “Is it possible that Souttar and his brother Aaron did not discuss private matters a few days ago? I’m quite sure I read it someplace that his sibling is struggling quite a bit with motor neurone disease (MND). Souttar has shown to Hearts what he is capable of doing, which may be a cause for his performance. I wouldn’t dismiss him just yet because of it.”
John Soutter Family And Parents
Souttar was brought into the world on September 25, 1996 in the city of Aberdeen by his parents, Jack and Heather Souttar. His father had a professional playing career in the past, and he had played for Brechin City. His mother’s side of the family comes from Australia, therefore that’s where they originally came from.
Souttar had his primary education at Luthermuir Primary School in the Aberdeenshire village of Luthermuir, and then went on to get his secondary education at Mearns Academy in the nearby community of Laurencekirk.
In 2002, Souttar began his playing career with the Brechin City Boys Club. His father acted as the squad’s successful coach, and other members of the team included Ryan Gauld and Euan Spark. His son had a role on the team. The triplets honed their skills in coaching schools operated by Ian Cathro in Dundee prior to joining the development system of Dundee United in 2006, when they were just nine years old. This was before they joined the programme at Dundee United.