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More alcohol fueled violence resulting in the loss of a young man's life. It's so sad that these occurances are on the increase. Condolences to his family and friends.

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You just never know. You go out to enjoy yourself and all it can take is someone taking something said the wrong way or sometimes just a look. It's a sad fact of life that some people can't seem to enjoy themselves without upsetting or harming other people. I'm sure that town will do something, if not Tuesday then perhaps Saturday.

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Even now I still can't put his passing into words. The real reason we're in the position we're in today.

RIP Jordan, once a Shayman always a Shayman.

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Just watched the behind the scenes clip  and he was immense that day, 2 assists, put Kosylo in who blasted over and brought 2 great saves out of the keeper. That must have been the complete performance. If he had not been targeted and kicked out of the game in the Eastleigh replay and missed a big chunk of games we may not have needed the playoffs. He wasn't with us long but he certainly made his mark on our history. R.I.P.

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11 minutes ago, SHAY man 2 said:

And in the 25th minute we should have a minutes applause? 

Also think a minutes applause during the game would be a fitting tribute. Take it 25 was his shirt number?

Just seen it was number 10. Surely a minutes applause linked to his shirt number?

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23 minutes ago, crowtherjcbravo said:

Also think a minutes applause during the game would be a fitting tribute. Take it 25 was his shirt number?

Just seen it was number 10. Surely a minutes applause linked to his shirt number?

We didn’t have assigned shirt numbers when he played for us, did we? So he probably wore a few different ones.

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Was 25 years old and had his young life cut short on the 25th of January. 25th min applause would be a somewhat partially fitting tribute to the lad.

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Reminds me a little of hearing the tragic news of another of our younger ex players Dave Longhurst. Different circumstances as he passed away during agame for York, but another very popular lad on our books who went far too soon. 25th minute applause sounds great idea.

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