Riuler de Oliveira Faustino (25 January 1998 – 23 November 2021), commonly known as Riuler, was a Brazilian professional footballer who played as a midfielder.
Riuler De Oliveira: Faustino Sofifa, Death, Cause Of Death, Heart Failure
Shonen Belmare midfielder Riuler de Oliveira Faustino has died at the age of 23. Kyodo
J. League first-class club Shonen Belmare on Wednesday announced the death of Brazilian midfielder Riular de Oliveira Faustino at the age of 23.
Listed by Belmare as Oliveira, but also commonly known as Reular, the defensive midfielder moved to Japan in 2019 to play for Kyushu League side FC Miyazaki, as he was renamed Veroscanos Tsuno.
Cause of Death:
The cause of death of the former Brazil youth international has not been disclosed, pending an autopsy.
Riular de Oliveira Faustino, a 23-year-old professional player, died of a heart attack this morning (2:00 pm, Brasilia time). The athlete, who crossed Athletico and Coritiba, lived in Japan and died in the eastern country in the afternoon.
A sudden tragedy shook the Land of the Rising Sun and the entire Brazilian football scene. Riuler de Oliveira Faustino, known simply as the Riuler midfielder owned by the Shonan Bellmare Formation that plays in the J1 League, the top flight of the Japanese football league, has died aged just 23 .
Reuler was considered a very promising player as a youth, as evidenced by what he called Brazilian Under 15s and then Brazilian Under 17s.