Sports Reporter. Josh Lewis Brown has been suffering from chronic illness for the past several months. The former Argentine football player left the country to not return. He died on Monday at the age of 12 in La Plata, Argentina.
Brown, known as Tata, was one of the most important members of the World Cup winning team in Argentina in the 5th. Argentina won the World Cup with the brilliant craft of legendary Diego Maradona. However, Brown's extraordinary performance at the Central Bank hindered Argentina's success. Brown showed a remarkably strong attitude, especially in the final. He missed the field although his shoulder bone was removed after he was hit at the end of the match. He played a prominent role in leading the team to the end of the match.
Brown played most matches for the La Plater student in the Argentine home. He has scored 23 goals in 20 matches for the club. Brown said goodbye to football as he played for Copa América in Argentina's national team 4, 7 and 9. He left the national team and served as coach for 12 teams.