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Radio : Mort d'André de Rocca, voix bien connue des auditeurs de France Bleu Provence © Allili Mourad / Sipa Radio: Death of André de Rocca, well-known voice of the listeners of France Bleu Provence is all A region that is plunged into mourning: journalist Marseille André de Rocca, regular speaker of France Bleu Provence, died at the age of 78 years.

" is something I've always loved: whether in spoken journalism or written journalism, I want to tell things, I want to make people dream ... I want to give them emotions that 'They do not have most of the time, otherwise it is not worth doing this job! "It is with his singing accent that André de Rocca, aka dedate from Rocca, said his words, on France Blue Provence, on June 4th in its minute of OM. Passionate journalist, the former head of Sports from the Provençal died at the age of 78 in Luynes, in Indre-et-Loire, as Provence indicates. " Our dedé has left us. André de Rocca died this morning. We are inconsolable. A tribute tonight in 100% OM for this Fada de Balloon ... and so many other things. Thank you dedé ", has His side tweeted France blue Provence.

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- France Bleu Provence (@bleuprovence) January 13, 2022 Many clashes on the antenna of France Provence with the late René Malleville

true football enthusiast (and more particularly Olympique de Marseille), André de Rocca collaborated with many media in which he evoked his love of the round ball with a franc speak than his aficionados adored. On France Bleu Provence, we have repeatedly hear him Ensolve with another very popular columnist disappeared a few months ago: René Malleville . The two men, however, had sometimes managed to agree on certain subjects, like that day of January 2016, where they commented on the arrival of Zinedine Zidane at Real de Madrid and his involvement during his period at OM ... both with a rather severe eye. " Zidane, to me, did not do anything, but unfortunately he did not do much for his native city ," had declared dedate from Rocca, on the same wavelength than René Malleville.

André de Rocca had also published in 2003 the Book OM, Europe in the head , in which he tracked the history of the Phocean club. He is also the author of several novels featuring the journalist disillusioned Marcel Rustino, like bad sea on the cornice or Deviel in Bonnevanne (editions other times).

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