Lee Harvey Collins was born on 28 September 1988 in Telford, England, and on 31 March 2021( age 32 years).
He was an English professional footballer. He was more comfortable as a center-back, but could also play as a full-back.
He scored 8 goals in 471 league and cup appearances over the course of a 14-year professional career in the English Football League and National League.
Collins was convicted for assault in April 2013 after punching and kicking a man in Shropshire the previous year and was given a two-year suspended prison sentence.
He signed with Forest Green Rovers in May 2017 and stayed with the club for two seasons before joining non-League Yeovil Town in June 2019. His last appearance for Yeovil was on 6 February 2021, although he was an unused substitute in a match a week before his death.
He served Yeovil as club captain until his death, at the age of 32, in March 2021.
Collins attended Thomas Telford School as a youth, alongside fellow professionals such as Elliott Bennett.
Collins died on 31 March 2021, aged 32. No cause of death has been yet announced. His death was announced on the Yeovil website on 1 April 2021. Yeovil’s game against Altrincham was postponed as a mark of respect for Collins.
His partner Rachel gave birth to their daughters, Amelia-Grace, on 15 December 2010, Laila-Rose on 14 March 2016, and Charley-Mae in August 2017.
Rachel’s career is one that is currently unknown.
Collin’s net worth at the time of his death was estimated at around $1-$5 million. Rachel and the kids are almost assured that they will receive the said funds.