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Sheffield Utd’s Maddy Cusack investigation finds ‘no evidence of wrongdoing’

SHEFFIELD United’s investigation into the death of Maddy Cusack has found “no evidence of wrongdoing”.

The Blades midfielder died at her home address in Derbyshire on September 20, aged 27.

Maddy Cusack died at her home address in Derbyshire on September 20, aged 27

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Maddy Cusack died at her home address in Derbyshire on September 20, aged 27Credit: PA

Derbyshire Police said there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding her death.

A statement from Sheffield United said: “Following a thorough review of the valuable input provided by each of the key witnesses put forward by Maddy’s family and the Club, the investigation has found no evidence of wrongdoing.

“The Club is always looking for ways to evolve and will reflect on the outcomes and recommendations arising from the investigation to consider how processes and policies may be improved.”

Prior to her death, Cusack had just started her sixth season with the Blades in the Women’s Championship and was the longest-serving player in their squad, with over 100 appearances, and also worked as a marketing executive for the club.

The former England youth international signed a new contract extension with the Blades in July.




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