Former France defender Jean-Pierre Adams has died at the age of 73, almost 40 years after falling into a coma following a medical error.
His former clubs, Paris St Germain and Nimes, confirmed his death on Monday.
In 1982, Adams was administered a near-fatal dose of anaesthetic ahead of a routine knee operation, which caused brain damage.
The Dakar-born Adams had won 22 caps for Les Bleus in the 1970s, forming a formidable partnership with Marius Tresor.
He played for Nimes from 1970-73 and for PSG from 1977-79 after joining from Nice.
Since the accident, Adams has been cared for by his wife, Bernadette.
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