Ross Yusof, the voice of football on Malaysian radio, dies at age 55

A 2001 filepic of popular Malaysian radio presenter Ross Yusof, who was well-respected for his music and football programmes through the years. His love for English Premier League club Manchester United was also never hidden. Photo: The Star

Radio personality Ross Yusof (born Roslan Hamid Yusof), who was known for his popular weekly football programme shows on BFM Radio and sports radio commentary work, died this morning at home in Petaling Jaya. He was 55.

His more than 25-year career in Malaysian broadcasting also included being part of the pioneering team that introduced format radio and young new voices to the nation in 1997.

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