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    Tributes to Bradley Lowery


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    His funeral is today.

    I am in bits, reading about his fight.

    Some Sunderland fans calling for a stand to be named after him, or even the whole stadium.. how about ALL teams naming their ground in his honour, for a day?

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    Am I bovvrd..? Also causing a rumpus, on that twitter thing..

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      I think an FA player award named after him that is awarded for players that have demonstrated role model behaviour/ activities.
      I think there is a similar award already (Calderon won a couple of years ago) - maybe that could be re named? And it's profile would then be raised a bit by the media.


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      It was very sad that he passed away but how about we let his family grieve in peace with dignity.
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      It was very sad that he passed away but how about we let his family grieve in peace with dignity.
      Good post.



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      Quote Originally Posted by Foul Play Rocks View Post
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      It was very sad that he passed away but how about we let his family grieve in peace with dignity.
      I agree, but maybe the family feel comfort in sharing the grief publicly.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Foul Play Rocks View Post
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      It was very sad that he passed away but how about we let his family grieve in peace with dignity.
      The family appear to be quite happy, for anyone who wants to, to celebrate his short life.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Foul Play Rocks View Post
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      It was very sad that he passed away but how about we let his family grieve in peace with dignity.
      Normally i would agree but the family want the complete opposite. They want to celebrate his short life and everyone is welcome to the funeral..
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      I would like a long lasting gesture to mark a longevity of life that was so cruelly denied him. As someone else mentioned, an annual award of good, sporting behaviour for each league. If one exists, then it could be renamed.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Foul Play Rocks View Post
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      It was very sad that he passed away but how about we let his family grieve in peace with dignity.
      Agreed. And this is probably a bit insensitive, but he's not the first child to die horribly and way too young - and he won't be the last; we all know people who've lost children.. It's incredibly sad, his plight touched a lot of people and we learnt that not all premier league footballers are a load of self-obsessed ********s, but those of us who aren't directly involved need to have a bit of perspective.

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      Tears welled up for me too, reading it on BBC earlier. Lovely that an simultaneous event is being held in Newcastle city centre.

      Farewell to a sweet little boy, robbed of his young life. Commiserations to his amazing family.

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