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    A loss to LOI fans and Irish football - Always great to listen to! RIP

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    People like that are what make the league great. A sad loss to UCD and the LOI.

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    RIP Dundalk supporter Sean Bellew.
    A nicer guy you couldn't wish to to meet.

    Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

    http://www.dundalkfc.com/sean-bellew-r-i-p/

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    A man can have no greater love than give 90 minutes for his friends.

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    RIP Alfie Nally former Athlone Town steward and one of the real hardcore supporters.

    A real gentleman.

    http://www.westmeathindependent.ie/n...e-on-thursday/

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    RiP Charlie Walker.
    A true gentleman

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    Eunan Blake, former Harps player and manager. http://www.finnharps.com/fhfc/?p=4848

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToberonaTornado View Post
    RiP Charlie Walker.
    A true gentleman
    charlie walker was way before my days of supporting Longford Town but I heard loads of great things about him and it says it all about his claim to fame about signing Paul McGrath when he was St Pats mgr, RIP Charlie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orielabu View Post
    RIP Eddie.
    Nice to read the bio Orielabu

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    Denis O'Neill died yesterday. Himself and his wife Kathleen have followed the Harps throughout the country and throughout the years no matter how things were going for the team. A real character who will be sadly missed.

    A wee bit in the Democrat here: http://www.donegaldemocrat.ie/news/s...tranorlar.html

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    Deepest sympathy to United's Gavan Holohan and his family on the death of his mother.
    https://rip.ie/showdn.php?dn=332281/...0City/Kilkenny

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodquayBoy View Post
    Deepest sympathy to United's Gavan Holohan and his family on the death of his mother.
    https://rip.ie/showdn.php?dn=332281/...0City/Kilkenny
    was wondering why Karl Sheppard mentioned it on RTE after the game when I was watching earlier on and now it makes sense...
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    Mikey Holland, brother of Limerick FC youth/sub keeper Tommy Holland, died yesterday after an illness.

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    Very shocked to hear of the death of Dundalk fan, Foods (Robert) McLoughlin following a tragic accident on Saturday morning.He was only 29.
    RIP bud.

    Everybody at Dundalk Football Club would like to offer our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Robert McLoughlin. Robert was a well known Dundalk supporter and his tragic death has shocked us all. We extend our deepest sympathies to his parents Sid and Attracta, brother Stephen and sister Kim and extended family.
    We know that this tragedy has deeply affected many people in our community and everybody at the club sends our support to his many friends.
    http://www.dundalkfc.com/robert-mcloughlin-r-i-p/
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    That's terrible news, RIP.

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    The death of Terry Murray, aged 89, at his Bedford home has been announced. He made 101 appearances with Dundalk in the late 40s and early 50s.
    As well as earning 6 Caps with the League of Ireland while he was with Dundalk, he also received a full cap in 1953 while with Hull City. On his death—18th Oct 2017—he was believed to be the oldest and longest serving club player.

    http://www.dundalkfcwhoswho.com/players.php

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    Correct link for Terry Murray announcment
    http://www.dundalkfcwhoswho.com/player.php?id=213

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Darwin View Post
    Posting about somebody who's not dead and might not even be sick on a condolences thread is a bit much.
    Your right. Deleted. Just thought it was worth mentioning somewhere

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    Maxi Mc Cann passed away today, 1960' s Rovers stalwart but a true gent.
    Unusual in that LOI era to have a vaguely masculine surname, unlike Bunny Fulham,Rosie Henderson, Sheila D'Arcy.
    Are dheis de.

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