FOOTBALL: Carterton stalwart Kaluza dies

Carterton stalwart Stephen Kaluza, who died last week

Carterton stalwart Stephen Kaluza, who died last week

First published in Local Football

The funeral will take place at Swindon Crematorium on Friday of former Carterton player and reserve team manager Stephen Kaluza.

The 51-year-old died in hospital on February 13 after suffering a heart attack at home. A right back, Lubo, as he was known, had a two-year spell at Clanfield from 1981-3, before joining Carterton.

He was part of the Witney & District Premier League winners and Oxfordshire Junior Shield winning side of 1985-86 season.

In the 1989-90 term, he helped them to the Hellenic League Division 1 title.

In the mid-1990s, Kaluza, who retired from playing in 1998, had a spell as Cart-erton’s reserve side manager.

He leaves a widow Nicky and three children.

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