Fans of Brighton & Hove Albion will pay tribute to loyal fan Don Lock during tonight's game against Nottingham Forest at the Amex.
Supporters will join Don's family and friends in a minute's applause in the 79th minute of the game, to honour his life, following his tragic death at the age of 79 last month.
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Chairman Tony Bloom said, "I was very saddened to learn of the death in such tragic circumstances of Don Lock - one of our most loyal supporters over the close season.
"A fan of the club since the 1940s, he was a season-ticket holder at the Amex with his son Andrew.
"His family and friends are with us tonight to pay tribute in the 79th minute, with fans being asked to join a minute's applause to honour Don's life.
"On behalf of all at the club and our fans, our thoughts and prayers are with Don's wife Maureen, son Andrew, daughter Sandra, his grandchildren, great grandchildren and so many, many friends."
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