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Last Updated: Thursday, 26 June, 2003, 23:18 GMT 00:18 UK
Foe's career in pictures
Mark-Vivien Foe in action for Lens where he played for five seasons from 1995
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Mark-Vivien Foe leaves Cameroon club Canon Yaounde to join French side Lens after playing in the 1994 World Cup
Mark-Vivien Foe gets the better of Steve McManaman in a friendly match in 1997
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Foe is a permanent fixture for Cameroon's 'Indomitable Lions' in the late 1990s, playing more than 50 times for his country
Mark-Vivien Foe poses with Paulo Di Canio after the pair where signed by Harry Redknapp
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A broken leg scuppers his chances of a dream move to Man Utd in 1998, but he gets his chance in England with West Ham
Mark-Vivien Foe goes in for a tackle on Man Utd's Paul Scholes
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West Ham's 4m midfielder makes a good impression in the Premiership but fails to settle at Upton Park
Foe in action for Lyon against Bayern Munich in the Champions League
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Foe moves back to France with Lyon in 2000 and forms part of their Champions League campaign
Foe helps Cameroon win the 2002 African Nations Cup
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Foe is part of Cameroon's African Nations Cup-winning team in 2002, having also featured in three previous tournaments
Ireland's Matt Holland swaps shirts with Foe after their World Cup 2002 group game
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Foe plays in all three games for Cameroon in the 2002 World Cup finals in Japan and South Korea
Foe celebrates scoring a goal for Manchester City
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Foe enjoys a great season with Man City and writes himself into the club's history by scoring the last ever goal at Maine Road
Marc-Vivien Foe in action during the Confederations Cup semi-final against Colombia
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Marc-Vivien Foe collapsed while making his 65th appearance for Cameroon in the Confederations Cup semi-final against Colombia
A distraught Cameroon fan sobs after hearing that Marc-Vivien Foe has died
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The news of the 28-year-old's death shocks fans and footballers alike as he is mourned by football lovers worldwide

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