Assem Allam, the former Hull City owner, passed away peacefully on Friday, December 2. He was 83 years at the time of his demise
Who is Assem Allam?
Born on August 1 1939, Assem Allam is an Egyptian British businessman who owns Allam Marine. He was also the former owner of Hull City from 2010, which achieved two premier league promotions and won the league one title under his ownership.
In 2006 he was named the Entrepreneur of the year by Ernst and Young. He was also listed in the Sunday times Rich list 2010.
In 2016 he donated £7 million to the medical building of the University of Hull and £8 million to Hull university teaching hospital NHS trust in 2019. On December 2, the former owner passed away in England. He was 83 years old at the time of his demise.
What happened to Assem Allam?
According to his children, Assem passed away in his sleep on December 2 at 83 in England. The cause of his death is not known.
His family paid tribute to him as a strong, loving and determined man.
How did Assem Allam die?
The cause of his death is unknown, but he passed away peacefully in his sleep on Friday, December 2. He was 83 years at the time of his demise
Cause of Assem Allam death:
The cause of Assem Allam’s death is not known. It was reported that he passed away in his sleep on Friday morning.
Assem Allam Obituary:
The funeral of the former owner of Hull city is not yet known. Assem Allam passed away peacefully in his sleep on Friday morning at the age of 83 years.