Albion will pay tribute to Dennis Caesar on Tuesday night.
The family of Brighton & Hove Albion fan Dennis Caesar, who sadly died after Friday night's match against Fulham at the Amex, has asked the club to pass on their thanks to Albion fans, players and supporters across the country, for their messages of condolences.
They have also thanked the medical staff, emergency services and club staff who assisted at the scene on Friday evening at Falmer Station.
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Dennis, 92, an Albion season-ticket holder, was at the match with his family, and fell ill after the game. The thoughts of all at the club are with his family at this time.
The family made contact with the club earlier today, to say they have been touched by the many, many tributes which have poured in via social media and on the internet - from Albion fans and those of other clubs.
They also thanked Albion fans for the suggestion of a minute's applause during the fifth minute of tomorrow night's match against QPR at the Amex, and feel it would be a fitting tribute to Dennis.
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