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RIP Ian.

You really were one of the good ones and an inspiration to us all.

I am so glad you got to sample the 'New' Express Tavern and catch up with old mates from years back on your last visit to Griffin Park. It was so funny to see the look on some of the lads faces when they thought they were talking to SH then the real SH came from the bar with a tray of drinks and it dawned on them they were chatting to his twin!

It was a shame you never made it to your planned trip to Birmingham away last season as we were looking forward to you helping sample some of our favourite 'craft' pubs in the 2nd City. We ended up missing the 1st half hour enjoying them whilst half hoping the game got called off due to the wind.

Well done SH for being there for him in his time of need, that would have really meant so much to him. X
 
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So saddened to hear this news, @Silly Hat.
Love and condolences to you and your family

I remember Ian’s final visit to Griffin Park as a day of laughter, a really happy day, despite the result.

My lasting memory of Ian will be of him smiling.

RIP Ian
 
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So saddened to hear this news, @Silly Hat.
Love and condolences to you and your family

I remember Ian’s final visit to Griffin Park as a day of laughter, a really happy day, despite the result.

My lasting memory of Ian will be of him smiling.

RIP Ian
Thanks mate. He really enjoyed the day and meeting up with all the old faces :) Got to see Marcondes score, too!!
 
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RIP Ian.

You really were one of the good ones and an inspiration to us all.

I am so glad you got to sample the 'New' Express Tavern and catch up with old mates from years back on your last visit to Griffin Park. It was so funny to see the look on some of the lads faces when they thought they were talking to SH then the real SH came from the bar with a tray of drinks and it dawned on them they were chatting to his twin!

It was a shame you never made it to your planned trip to Birmingham away last season as we were looking forward to you helping sample some of our favourite 'craft' pubs in the 2nd City. We ended up missing the 1st half hour enjoying them whilst half hoping the game got called off due to the wind.

Well done SH for being there for him in his time of need, that would have really meant so much to him. X
really appreciate this mate :)
 

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Sorry to hear that. I can't imagine how that feels to lose a brother, I hope you and your family are managing. Best wishes
 

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Awful news mate taken far too soon
Remember him at many away games in late 80's and 90's always had a smile on his face.
Took me several years to tell you apart.
Thinking of you Eric and your family at this difficult time.
RIP Ian
 

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