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61 year old man passes away after falling ill at the game

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A 61-year-old man suffered a heart attack on the North Stand during Wednesday's FA Cup clash with Premier League Swansea City. Fans have posted tributes to the fan who fell ill during the game.

 

It's reported that paramedics and the club doctor attended to the 61-year-old but he sadly passed away. 

 

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Rip to fellow owl. Thoughts with all connected.

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18 minutes ago, Mr Farrell said:

Rip.

 

If you got to choose a place when it was your time, I'd not be dissappointed with the home of football.

 

 

 

Absolutely this! RIP fellow owl!

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That is bad news - to think that is possibly someone's Dad. Hurts my heart.

RIP fellow Wednesday supporter.

 

 

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Terrible news R.I.P. fellow owl

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Thats is dreadful news 

RIP to a fellow Owl 

 

WAWAW 

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Sorry to hear.

 

RIP fellow Owl.

 

 

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RIP. Thoughts with all the family and friends,seems to happen a lot lately (maybe just hear about it more because of owlstalk and the like) God bless. 

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Very sad news...

RIP fellow owl, condolences to family and friends.

WAWAW

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 It brings it home to you just how precious and unpredictable life is, I send my sincere condolences to family and friends. 

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That's awful, bloke leaves home to watch a football match & doesn't return home.You just never bloody know, Live life to the full folks.

 

RIP fella.

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