Worker dies following incident at Everton Stadium site

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A man has tragically died following an incident at the construction site of Everton's new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock today it has now been confirmed.

Workers at the site were asked to leave following what was described as a 'major incident' that saw 26-year-old Michael Jones, a lifelong Evertonian from Kirkby, taken to Aintree hospital where it appears he succumbed to serious head injuries.

A report in the Liverpool Echo said that construction workers were informed of an incident and then asked to leave the site when police and "scientific support vehicles" arrived at the entrance to the site, but could not initially share further details.

However, it has since been revealed that the incident, that took place around lunchtime this afternoon, involved a piece of "heavy machinery". Work at the site has been suspended until further notice. 

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"We can confirm that a man has died following an incident at Bramley Moore Dock this afternoon, Monday 14 August," read a statement from Merseyside Police. "At around 1pm it was reported that a 26-year-old man had been injured and emergency services attended the scene.

"The man was taken to hospital where he was sadly pronounced dead. His next of kin have been informed. Officers remain at the scene as we continue with the early stages of the investigation alongside the Health and Safety Executive."

Both Laing O'Rourke and Everton Football Club issued statements of condolence to Michael's family and friends, sentiments we echo here at ToffeeWeb.

Everyone at Everton Football Club is heartbroken by the news a male worker has died following an incident at the Everton Stadium site at Bramley-Moore Dock.

The thoughts and condolences of everyone connected with Everton are with his family, friends and colleagues at this unimaginably sad time.

Stadium Contractor Laing O’Rourke has immediately launched an investigation and will work with the Police and the Health and Safety Executive to establish the full details of the incident.

Quotes sourced from Liverpool Echo

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Rob Halligan
1 Posted 14/08/2023 at 15:40:09
A major incident has occurred at the new stadium this afternoon, with police and ambulances being called. Although exact details aren’t known, it sounds like someone may have fallen, possibly from a great height, and has been rushed to hospital. Site is currently closed.
Barry Hesketh
2 Posted 14/08/2023 at 15:41:29
I won't speculate as to what has happened or to whom, but there are many rumours on social media about this incident. Whatever happened and whomever is involved, we would, I'm sure all hope for the best for them.
Geoff Lambert
3 Posted 14/08/2023 at 16:08:19
My friend's son works there. Apparently a young man has been tragically killed. Very sad news.
Paul Hughes
4 Posted 14/08/2023 at 16:20:25
Let's hope that the news isn't as bad as feared, and that the young man is not too badly injured.
Brent Stephens
5 Posted 14/08/2023 at 16:40:43
This is sad news if a young lad, or anybody, has been killed.

Thank God we have good safety laws that put other stadium-building countries to shame.

Mark Jensen
6 Posted 14/08/2023 at 16:54:24
Latest from Liverpool Echo is sadly a 26-year-old male has died in an incident with heavy machinery. Heartfelt condolences to his family.
Jack Convery
8 Posted 14/08/2023 at 17:01:22
Very tragic and not the news any family wants to hear. Sincere condolences to this man's family and friends. RIP.
Mike Hayes
9 Posted 14/08/2023 at 17:06:40
So sad, condolences to his family. 😢 RIP
Paul Kossoff
10 Posted 14/08/2023 at 17:10:45
Apparently a man aged 26 had died, the accident happened early afternoon.
Joe McMahon
12 Posted 14/08/2023 at 17:11:44
This is awfull news.
Paul Kossoff
13 Posted 14/08/2023 at 17:11:56
Deepest sympathy to his family.
Will Mabon
14 Posted 14/08/2023 at 17:15:14
Awful indeed.
Tony Everan
15 Posted 14/08/2023 at 17:17:41
Very sad news, condolences to his family and friends.
Robert Williams
16 Posted 14/08/2023 at 17:25:19
This is terrible news and I feel sincerely sorry for the poor chaps family.
Sean Roe
17 Posted 14/08/2023 at 17:28:29
We all expect to go home at the end of our shift, deepest sympathies to all connected to the incident.
Andrew McLawrence
18 Posted 14/08/2023 at 17:47:03
Puts into perspective our football related fumes. Sincere condolences to the family of the young man.
Christy Ring
19 Posted 14/08/2023 at 17:56:28
So tragic, RIP, deepest sympathy to his family.
Neil Copeland
20 Posted 14/08/2023 at 18:29:40
Life can be so cruel at times, truly feel for his family at this terrible time. RIP.
John McFarlane Snr
21 Posted 14/08/2023 at 18:39:30
Condolence to the young man's family, may he rest in peace.

I have often said that there are more important things in life. I believe that you can have a name placed on the approach to the stadium, and I hope that Everton dedicate one in this unfortunate young man's memory. RIP.

John Wignall
22 Posted 14/08/2023 at 18:41:21
Deepest sympathy to the family. RIP young man god bless.
Danny O’Neill
23 Posted 14/08/2023 at 18:53:10
God bless.
Neil Tyrrell
24 Posted 14/08/2023 at 18:54:05
Absolutely tragic news, may he rest in peace 💙
Billy Bradshaw
25 Posted 14/08/2023 at 19:02:28
Terrible news, R I P young man.
Paul Ferry
26 Posted 14/08/2023 at 19:07:51
Horrible, horrible news. God bless, I'm so sorry, 26for God's sake, the deepest condolences to all family and friends.
Eugene Ruane
27 Posted 14/08/2023 at 19:16:11
The idea of a 26-year-old guy heading off to work as normal and fate deciding he won't be returning home, is a genuine tragedy and just seems so, so unfair.

Condolences to his family and friends.

Requiescat in pace.

Brian Cleveland
28 Posted 14/08/2023 at 19:20:57
Sad indeed, condolences.

And cue Simon Goodley and a piece connecting it to Usmanov.

Christine Foster
29 Posted 14/08/2023 at 19:37:27
Absolutely heartbreaking news. I hope the club look after the man's family and acknowledge in some way his passing. 26 years old. Jesus Christ.
Eddie Dunn
30 Posted 14/08/2023 at 19:40:53
Terrible news. So sad for the young man and his loved ones.
It puts things into perspective.
Barry Hesketh
31 Posted 14/08/2023 at 19:41:08
Very, very sad news, and I offer my deepest sympathies to his family, his friends and his work colleagues.

I wonder if Laing O'Rourke and Everton Football Club could dedicate the first ever match at the new stadium to those who are sadly killed or injured in the building industry and perhaps, give a percentage of the gate receipts to an appropriate charity which helps to rehabilitate the injured or helps people to try and deal with their sad loss.

Julian Exshaw
32 Posted 14/08/2023 at 19:42:29
This is terrible news and must be devastating for his family and friends. God bless them and give them strength.
Christine Foster
33 Posted 14/08/2023 at 19:52:09
Barry, in this day and age, the likelihood of a 26-year-old having life insurance is probably remote. As such, I think it would be a massive gesture that the club should undertake to discover the man's circumstances and assist those left behind appropriately.

At 26, I was married with two kids, life insurance just another bill one could not afford. Whatever the circumstances, we are a family club, if donations are requested, please Michael or Lyndon, just let us know how we can help. God bless lad, RIP.

Kieran Kinsella
34 Posted 14/08/2023 at 19:57:04

Tragic indeed and nothing can replace a loved one but,as you say, hopefully the club step up. For all the warranted criticism, one thing the club has done well down the years is to step up and support families at times of tragedy.

Poor Tim Parry the youngster killed by the IRA, Madeline McCann, Bradley Lowery. Sadly there have been quite a few tragedies in the last few decades but I imagine the club and community will as ever do all they can to provide support for his loved ones. Real tragedy.

Kim Vivian
35 Posted 14/08/2023 at 19:57:49
Well that puts everything into its true light.


Perhaps football is only the second most important thing...

RIP with your God, young man.

Tony Abrahams
36 Posted 14/08/2023 at 20:03:30
We are a club with massive links deeply embedded into the local community, so I'm absolutely certain this poor lad will never be forgotten. Heartbreaking news.
Brent Stephens
37 Posted 14/08/2023 at 20:06:24
Too much to ask for some part of the ground to be named after him?
Christine Foster
38 Posted 14/08/2023 at 20:12:25
Tony, quite true, the club will ensure he is always remembered, but this lad died on my patch – even though I am 14,000 miles away, it's my patch. Family look after each other and that's what we are. Whatever helps.
Rob Halligan
39 Posted 14/08/2023 at 20:15:32
Horrible tragic news. Health and Safety will be scrutinised to its maximum to understand why such a tragic event occurred.
Dale Self
40 Posted 14/08/2023 at 20:16:45
Brent 36, shouldn't be. A good thought there. Condolences to his family and friends. Devastating.
John Raftery
41 Posted 14/08/2023 at 20:33:32
This is the saddest news. At the very least there must be a commemorative plaque laid somewhere within the stadium complex or its surrounds. In this regard the family’s wishes should be uppermost.
Dan Nulty
42 Posted 14/08/2023 at 20:55:49
Terrible, thoughts with his family.
Danny O’Neill
43 Posted 14/08/2023 at 21:09:44
Brent & John,

If the club has anything about them, they will do something in his memory and host his family on the opening fixture.

We are a very close knit club and support base. We look after our own.

Dermot O'Brien
44 Posted 14/08/2023 at 21:29:38
Rest in Peace.
Derek Knox
45 Posted 14/08/2023 at 21:35:43
Very few details have been released as to how it happened, but any loss of life has to be considered tragic, we are all only here for a relatively short period of time. But accidents (presumably) have no respect for age or individuality.

There by the Grace !

Ernie Baywood
46 Posted 14/08/2023 at 21:44:19
Tragic news. No-one shouldn't return home from work.

Thoughts with his family, friends and co-workers.

James Lawton
47 Posted 14/08/2023 at 21:58:19
Dreadful news. As Christine suggested, donations would be the least we could all do. Very, very sad, I feel for his family and friends, and also his workmates.
Gareth Stephens
48 Posted 14/08/2023 at 22:03:17
Tragic, and very sad indeed. God bless you, fella, your family, and anyone else in this kind of situation.
Paul Birmingham
49 Posted 14/08/2023 at 22:12:58
Terrible news, deepest condolences to the lad & his family at this terrible time.

It puts football and life in perspective.


Peter Moore
50 Posted 14/08/2023 at 22:24:37
Sincere condolences to the working man's family and friends. For a 26-year-old to go to work in 2023, with all the Health and Safety measures that there are, and not com home is very unlucky and very tragic.

It's no consolation of course, but I suppose it shows that no matter what measures are in place. Hard hats, high viz, safety shoes etc, there are still real dangers that can end in a loss of life no matter the safety measures.

There is no compensation that can remedy this tragedy, though I am sure the club will do all they can to try and offer support at this horrendous time. May he Rest In Peace.

Jerome Shields
51 Posted 14/08/2023 at 22:37:44
Sympathy to his family. RIP.
Dave Abrahams
52 Posted 14/08/2023 at 22:41:06
Words can’t really express the loss of this young man’s life and the sadness we all feel for his loved ones. Rest in peace young man.
Don Alexander
53 Posted 14/08/2023 at 22:57:01
In the UK construction and building industry, there's nearly one fatal accident per week according to Health and Safety stats. It's dangerous work, but I hope his employers, our club, and we fans can commit to positive action for the benefit of his family or a charity of their choice.

We must remember our young fallen and try to improve the world they so tragically leave behind.

Jay Harris
54 Posted 15/08/2023 at 00:22:58
Very sad news especially in this day and age when health and safety are supposed to be paramount.

Condolences to all his family and colleagues.

Oliver Molloy
55 Posted 15/08/2023 at 00:28:32
Tragic and very sad news this, I echo what has already been said.
Perhaps ToffeeWeb could set up one of those donate funding pages for his family.
Phil Lewis
56 Posted 15/08/2023 at 00:46:11
I lost my son without warning when he was 19 years old. I've ordered a stone for the new stadium, saying he was at Rotterdam in '87. His memory as a blue will live on.

Life will never be the same for the parents of this poor boy who has tragically lost his life at Bramley-Moore Dock. My heart goes out to them.

Nothing can ever compensate for their loss.

In such heartbreaking circumstances, football rivalries, money and new stadiums all seem so futile and insignificant. The club, staff, players and fans will no doubt show sensitivity, compassion and condolence for the family in their hour of need.

May God keep him safe in his care.

Graham Hammond
57 Posted 15/08/2023 at 00:54:05
#56, Very sorry to read about your loss, Phil. I have lost the will to write about football matters, it just seems wrong right now despite the officials pushing my buttons again tonight.

Once again, I am very sorry to hear of your loss.

Ajay Gopal
58 Posted 15/08/2023 at 03:16:29
Extremely sad news, thoughts and prayers with the family of the young man. We don’t know the circumstances of the incident (an accident?), but just goes to show that almost all people trying to earn an honest living are subject to workplace risks. RIP …
Phil Lewis
59 Posted 15/08/2023 at 04:32:05
Graham #57

Thank you, Graham.

They say that time heals. I don't believe that to be true. But I have found that in time you somehow manage to learn to live with the pain and smile through it, recalling precious memories.

I pray that the parents of this poor lad will find the courage to get through this awful ordeal, mourn their son with strength and dignity and one day be able to smile recalling the good times of his short life.

God Bless them and grant them the strength to cope with their loss.

Bjorn-Ivar Pedersen
61 Posted 15/08/2023 at 06:07:55
Christine Foster #33,

I kind of agree with you. The EItC should step up and help out here. I feel the club itself is not to extort for money thinking on their financial position.

Chris James
62 Posted 15/08/2023 at 07:02:17
Horrible news, thoughts are of course with the family. Football really is not more important than life or death.

Perhaps there could be some sort of small memorial or other mark of respect within the new stadium for him? Won't do anything for the family's grief of course, but would be a good gesture.

Sean Kelly
63 Posted 15/08/2023 at 08:41:23
Condolences to this young man’s family at this very sad time. Football rightfully takes a back seat right now. I hope Everton do the right thing for his family now and into the future.
Rip young man
Larry O'Hara
64 Posted 15/08/2023 at 08:42:25
Yes, a memorial would be fitting.
Dave Cashen
65 Posted 15/08/2023 at 09:06:51
I can only imagine the shock and horror his loved ones are suffering.

When we strip down all the things we feel our club should be. We are left with what the club really is. We are a family.

The heavy-hearted comments posted on this thread will resonate throughout the whole fan base.

God Bless him.

Karl Masters
66 Posted 15/08/2023 at 10:43:25
RIP young man.

I hope the Club do something for his family, especially if he had children.

A sad day indeed.

Stephen Jones
67 Posted 15/08/2023 at 11:57:28
RIP young man and I agree with all previous comments posted.

Such tragic news for his family and friends may God give you the strength to get through this tragic event.

God bless you.

Alan McGuffog
68 Posted 15/08/2023 at 12:28:28
One thing of which I am certain is that the club will do the right thing in this instance.
Paul Washington
69 Posted 15/08/2023 at 13:02:17
Terrible news, deepest sympathies to all concerned.
Hopefully the club can put a plaque or something up to remember the lad, and it's accessable to his family and friends to lay tributes etc, even if it's red scarves they put down.
John Atkins
70 Posted 15/08/2023 at 13:42:04
I've 2 daughters who are 25 & 27 ….. I cannot imagine what the family are going through, this is utterly heartbreaking

A proper Blue too who was thrilled to be working there.

RIP, young man.

Dennis Stevens
71 Posted 15/08/2023 at 13:59:22
Indeed, John. My children are also in their mid twenties, I can't even begin to imagine the devastating impact on the family of this unfortunate chap.
However, despite everything we criticise the Club for, I'm confident they will do the right thing in this instance.
Terry Farrell
72 Posted 15/08/2023 at 14:40:23
Shocking awful news. BMD had been running smoothly up to this point. No doubt it will be proven to have been avoidable which piles on the agony for his family and friends. RIP
Ray Jacques
73 Posted 15/08/2023 at 14:50:54
I have no faith in the running of Everton as a football establishment, but I do know in my heart that they will do the right thing and provide a fitting memorial to this young blue.

I have three sons in their twenties and cannot begin to comprehend. So sad.

Derek Knox
74 Posted 15/08/2023 at 15:24:17
I reiterate the condolences as already expressed, it's a shame, my thoughts go out to his family.


Bill Gall
75 Posted 15/08/2023 at 18:17:42
All people handle tragedies differently, but after loosing my own son at 21, one of the things you appreciate is true sympathy from people you have never met, and this is what this young man is receiving at this time.

May I please offer my condolences to his family and friends, and may he R.I.P.
Barry McNally
76 Posted 15/08/2023 at 18:34:13
May he Rest in Peace 💙
Brian Williams
77 Posted 15/08/2023 at 18:55:44
RIP Michael. Condolences to his family and friends.
I think a fitting tribute would be a single seat in the stadium set aside, with a commemerative plaque on it.

That way he'll be forever in attendance at Bramley-Moore Dock.

Brian Harrison
78 Posted 15/08/2023 at 19:07:19
RIP Michael. Condolences to family and friends.

The family released a statement saying as a lifelong Blue who had travelled all over to watch his beloved Blues, he loved working on the new stadium. We as a club might not get footballing matters right but I have no doubt that Michael's death will be marked with all the love and care he deserves.

Peter Mills
79 Posted 15/08/2023 at 19:21:32
Deepest condolences to Michael’s family and friends.
May he rest in peace.
Jim Lloyd
80 Posted 15/08/2023 at 19:30:51
Awful, Tragic! Condolences to his Family and his friends. Our Club will get it right, and will do him and his family proud. We'll do him proud, and Kirkby'll do him proud.
Danny O’Neill
81 Posted 15/08/2023 at 19:34:26
It puts life into perspective.

I used to go away to interesting places and leave the family behind not giving it a second thought. Even though in the back of my head, I always had the thought I might not come home at all or not in one piece, let alone see Everton again. I didn't think about it. My family had to think about it. I didn't.

When my son, then in his mid-twenties, was in a similar situation, I was worried sick. Every night and every day he was away.

My point? I genuinely feel for this lad's family as I've seen it all too often. Colleagues sent home in wooden boxes on the back of a Hercules aircraft. Different walks of life and totally different circumstances. But when the unexpected shock of something like this happens it will impact those loved ones.

My best friend and best man getting murdered before his 30th birthday on a night out two days before Christmas.

I don't wish to sound morbid. Just a time for reflection.

A family is suffering a loss. Do the right thing, Everton.

Howard Don
82 Posted 15/08/2023 at 20:08:17
We've been where this lad's family are now, the shock, the disbelief, the horror of the sudden loss of a son, a young man in his early adult years.

Everyone gets through these awful things differently and needs different kinds or levels of support but one thing I'm sure of, this club and fans won't be found lacking.

Will Mabon
83 Posted 15/08/2023 at 20:34:26

you raise a good point. Whilst there are some genuinely selfish people, for the most part we tend to worry more for the well-being of others in our family, our sphere of friends and colleagues, than we ever do for ourselves. Humans ain't so bad really.

Lyndon Lloyd
84 Posted 15/08/2023 at 20:36:13
A GoFundMe page has been established by a fan to raise money for what I assume will go towards his funeral if you'd like to contribute:

Jamie Crowley
85 Posted 16/08/2023 at 00:17:28

I tell my kids all the time, "You get ONE shot at it. One life. Make it count and make it happy."

When you hear about a young death, it always drives that home for me.

Perpetual Light shine upon him... I hope his family finds peace and solace.

Paul Birmingham
86 Posted 16/08/2023 at 01:27:59
Jamie spot on

Every day is a great day, its what you make of it.

Absolute terrible tragedy, and deepest sympathies to the lads Family.


Si Cooper
87 Posted 16/08/2023 at 01:45:44
Thoughts and prayers for Michael and his family. May their love and support provide the solace they will need.
Tony Abrahams
88 Posted 16/08/2023 at 08:48:19
When I realize that I remember Michael's dad from attending many away games, this makes this tragedy seem even harder to comprehend.

Michael senior is a massive Evertonian, and I will always remember him standing on for me during one stupid sticky situation I'd brought upon myself, and I could only smile and still shake my head at my barefaced cheek because of his actions one night at Arsenal.

The suffering him and his family will be going through now is simply incomprehensible. It will definitely be true when the family talk about how happy their son would have been working on Everton's new ground, because they are all massive blues to the core. 💙🙏

Christine Foster
89 Posted 16/08/2023 at 08:52:34
Thank you, Lyndon.
Dave Brierley
90 Posted 16/08/2023 at 10:10:18
Tragic news. So terribly sad.
May he rest in peace.
Iain Johnston
91 Posted 16/08/2023 at 16:25:33
Very sad news.

This poor lad was 26, we play Wolves on the 26th, let's all raise the roof of the Grand Old Lady on the 26th minute.

Rest in peace young man.

Kieran Kinsella
92 Posted 16/08/2023 at 19:03:22
Aston Villa podcast have been heavily promoting the GoFundMe on social media for Michael's family. Nice to see some solidarity from fans of another club putting football aside and doing their small part to help his family.
Ian Linn
93 Posted 17/08/2023 at 22:27:50
Such a sad loss. Made a donation to the GFM for Michael.
Paul O'Neill
94 Posted 18/08/2023 at 17:02:12
In light of this week’s tragedy, it has been only right and appropriate that the focus has been on this young man and his family. No one wants to seem insensitive of course, but I wonder if anyone knows how long the delay will be? Hopefully for all involved this was a tragic accident and nothing more but of course the HSE and all parties have to make sure the site is safe and all procedures are being followed to prevent a repeat tragedy and associated problems for the club. Has anyone heard anything?
Rob Halligan
95 Posted 18/08/2023 at 19:28:34
Sean Dyche, Ian Snodin and Graham Stuart paid a visit to BMD today to lay flowers in memory of Michael Jones……….

Danny O’Neill
96 Posted 18/08/2023 at 19:41:01
Sometimes the simplest touches in life mean the most. Nice touch by Dyche, Snodin and Stuart on behalf of Everton and the supporters.

I hope they put a more permanent memorial in place.

Alan McGuffog
97 Posted 19/08/2023 at 08:26:15
Might have been nice to have worn a whistle.
Paul Hughes
98 Posted 19/08/2023 at 13:24:35
And, credit where credit is due, there are pictures on social media this morning that Klopp and the Liverpool squad went to lay flowers at BMD.
Jamie Crowley
99 Posted 19/08/2023 at 13:53:47
Paul, Thank you for sharing that.

That's a fantastic and heart-warming gesture and action. Good on them.

Phil Lewis
100 Posted 19/08/2023 at 13:55:11
10/10 to Klopp and squad for wreath visit to Bramley-Moore Dock.

A class act.

Danny O’Neill
101 Posted 19/08/2023 at 14:05:00
Well, a fantastic gesture by the cousins and on a day when they are preparing for a match.

As Paul says, credit where due. A great gesture that they didn't even publicise.

We may argue like scousers at a family wedding, but there are occasions when we show mutual respect. Like we do and have done for Hillsborough from the start.

Rob Halligan
102 Posted 19/08/2023 at 14:07:45
Here's the piece in the red echo…….

Dale Self
103 Posted 19/08/2023 at 14:11:26
Yeah, sometimes they are alright. They should strive to show that kind of class more often.
Tony Abrahams
104 Posted 19/08/2023 at 17:04:28
This time last year, I was on holiday and was shocked to read about the young girl getting shot dead inside her own home in Dovecott, so it was lovely to put my iPad on before and read about the Liverpool squad laying flowers at Bramley-Moore Dock today.

The tribute for young Michael Jones looks like they also carried on inside Anfield, during the 26th minute, so full credit to Liverpool Football Club today. 👏👏

Danny O’Neill
105 Posted 19/08/2023 at 17:27:46
I'll see if this works. Held up in Anfield today.

Sorry its from talksport but a nice gesture.


Peter Warren
106 Posted 19/08/2023 at 18:16:02
Agreed, class by whole of LFC today.

Hopefully, start of better relations.

Gerry Quinn
107 Posted 19/08/2023 at 18:17:16
Anfield rose to its feet 26 minutes into Saturday's fixture against Bournemouth to pay its respects to 26-year-old Evertonian Michael Jones. Poignantly, several Everton flags were spotted flying on the Kop as the crowd broke into a rendition of 'You'll Never Walk Alone'.

Earlier in the day, the entire Liverpool squad made an unannounced visit to Bramley Moore Dock, with manager Jurgen Klopp laying a wreath of flowers at the site of Monday's fatal accident before players and staff paused for a moment of silence.

Jones died from injuries suffered in an incident at the construction site of Everton's new stadium on Monday. The club announced that they were "heartbroken" by the news. Manager Sean Dyche and the Everton players visited the site on Friday to pay their respects.

Ian Jones
108 Posted 19/08/2023 at 18:19:48
It's always impressive and heart-warming when the 2 clubs and city join together.
Dave Abrahams
109 Posted 20/08/2023 at 08:38:59
There is a meeting at the Bramley-Moore Dock at 2:00 pm tomorrow organised by the Unite Union to show their respect to the family and friends of Michael Jones.

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