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Is Anthony Stokes Dead or Alive? What Happened to Anthony Stokes?

At a time when social media rumors spread like wildfire, recent speculation of Anthony Stokes’ death caused quite an uproar. A clickbait post without credible sources falsely reported his demise; its source remains unknown and caused widespread confusion and concern among his fans and followers. Such unsubstantiated allegations often spread faster than truth due to individuals sharing false or manipulated images for engagement and attention purposes – creating baseless claims in their wake.

Regrettably, social media often results in widespread misinformation that leaves many in shock or confusion. Anthony Stokes fans were once again reminded of this trend when news about his death circulated via social media without verification – prompting many users to report misleading posts such as those found on platforms like Facebook or Twitter so as to help stem this flow and protect online discourse integrity.

Who is Anthony Stokes?

Anthony Christopher Stokes (born 25 July 1988), best known for his striking abilities, began his journey at Arsenal before making waves during a loan period to Falkirk where he scored 14 goals in 16 SPL matches; Sunderland noted this performance and signed him at PS2 million transfer fee; unfortunately however despite high hopes he struggled to establish regular first team starts for Sunderland.

Stokes’ return to Scottish football represented a landmark event in his career. Joining Hibernian for PS500,000 in August 2009, Stokes showed his goal-scoring abilities by scoring over 20 goals during just one season at Hibs. After signing for Celtic for approximately PS1.2 million, Stokes saw his childhood dream realized when his transfer was finalised under Neil Lennon and experienced consistent playing time, although under Ronny Deila this chance declined considerably. Notable highlights during his loan stint with Hibernian during 2015-16 included playing an instrumental part in their Scottish Cup victory. Following a season at Blackburn Rovers and Hibernian both returning him back the next year after Blackburn Rovers had released him, Stokes had brief spells at Greek, Iranian and Turkish clubs before rejoining Scottish side Livingston before eventually retiring altogether after five international appearances with Republic of Ireland between 2007-2014 and earning nine caps during that timeframe.

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