Aaron Adam Flahavan (15 December 1975 – 5 August 2001) was an English football goalkeeper of Greek Cypriot and Irish descent, who played for Portsmouth. Flahavan played for the Southampton youth team before turning professional with Portsmouth at age 18 in 1994. He had to wait until 1996 before making his first-team debut as he was understudy to Pompey legend Alan Knight. In the late 1990s, Flahavan gradually began receiving increased playing time, and had become the team\s first-choice goalkeeper in the final years before his untimely death. Overall, he played 105 first-team matches for Portsmouth. He died in a car accident near Bournemouth in August 2001. An inquest heard that Flahavan died as a result of a fractured skull, and his blood alcohol level was nearly three times over the legal limit when he lost control of his BMW sports car. Following his death, Portsmouth
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