Jlloyd Samuel, the former Trinidad and Tobago defender who played in the English Premier League for Aston Villa and Bolton, has died.
His Range Rover hit a van at High Legh near Warrington, with the footballer pronounced dead at the scene.
Samuel lived with his wife Emma and three children - Javarne, Lakyle and Amara - in nearby Lymm.
In a statement issued on Wednesday via Cheshire Police, the father-of-four's family said: "Jlloyd was a loving son, father, husband and brother".
The man who was driving the van was taken to hospital after sustaining serious injuries.
Ashley Young, the Manchester United and England player, wrote: "Absolutely gutted to hear the news of the passing of Jlloyd Samuel".
The 37-year-old, who was a Trinidad and Tobago worldwide died on the spot after his Range Rover collided with a van in High Legh near Lymm.
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Samuel was born in Trinidad before moving to England where he represented London Schoolboys teams. He also had loan spells at Gillingham and Cardiff before ending his playing career in Iran.
"Such a good guy on and off the pitch and a truly good friend".
"It is devastating news".
It posted on Twitter: "Our players will wear black armbands as a mark of respect tonight and our thoughts are with his friends and family at this very hard time".
"Rest in peace, Jlloyd".
"He was extremely popular and well-loved by all who were fortunate to know him".
Former Aston Villa defender Jlloyd Samuel has died in a auto crash at the age of 37, the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association has confirmed.