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Vital Reading's tribute to Robert Sebbage

Vital Reading pays tribute to Reading FC fan Robert Sebbage who was tragically killed last night in Zante, Greece, whilst on holiday with his friends.

The RFC season ticket holder was stabbed to death late last night with reports claiming a number of his friends also being hospitalised.

The 19-year old was a football fanatic and due to medical conditions, he could not for fill his hobby of playing the sport.

Reading Football Club have released a statement saying that they will speak to Roberts family when convenient and offer them all the help and support they want after this tragic incident.

There is a Facebook group dedicated to Robert which you can visit and leave messages in remembrance of Robert.

Everyone from Vital Reading and Vital Football would like to send our condolences to Robert's family and friends during this obviously despairing time.




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Writer: Josh  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 14 2011

Time: 6:51PM

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Very sad news, heard this on the news earlier today. Condolences from Vital Leeds.
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14/07/2011 21:37:00

RIP.
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15/07/2011 09:42:00

 

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