Freddie Cauchi

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Announced the death of former player and ex-president of Floriana, Freddie Cauchi, known as The Sir, at the age of 75 years.

Freddie Cauchi was born in Floriana own and was no surprise that at an early age began playing football where the team joined with the Minors when he was 17 years.

He made his debut in the highest division, on 9 October, 1960, in the defeat of 2-1 against Hibernians FC, where he himself who scored the goal of Floriana. In the position of midfielder, Freddie had a memorable season when they missed only one game to 13 game played at their maximum, with a record of six wins, five losses and two equalizer.

In the League, during that season, he scored five goals, with four other are against St. Patrick (3-0), Marsa (2-1) and doublet against Sliema Wanderers (3-1).

With Floriana he won the FA Trophy, the Cassar Cup and the Scicluna Cup (at the beginning of the season 1961/62).

As president, Freddie served for one month, in June 1988 after the resignation of Lino F. Camilleri was appointed to then Noel Arrigo, as well as for another month, October 2006, after the resignation of Tony Zahra, with his successor is Joe Cauchi.

He passed away on Thursday 10 October 2013 and the funeral was held on Saturday at the Parish Church of St Publius.