Late footballer's family receive $100,000 cheque

Komoco Motors finance director Philip Beng presenting a cheque of $100,000 to Azean Aziz - the widow of former Woodlands Wellington footballer Nur Alam Shah Yusoff, who died of a heart attack in May - and two of her three children, son Muhammad Royya
Komoco Motors finance director Philip Beng presenting a cheque of $100,000 to Azean Aziz - the widow of former Woodlands Wellington footballer Nur Alam Shah Yusoff, who died of a heart attack in May - and two of her three children, son Muhammad Royyan and daughter Auni Syahindah, at their home.PHOTO: BERITA HARIAN

Tears welled up in Azean Aziz's eyes and her voice cracked yesterday as she articulated her feelings on how she was coping with her husband's untimely death in May.

"I am always full of fear," said the 38-year-old widow of former Woodlands Wellington footballer Nur Alam Shah Yusoff, who died of a heart attack.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 02, 2018, with the headline 'Late footballer's family receive $100,000 cheque'. Print Edition | Subscribe