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Fahey loses Father


Everyone in the stands will feel for Keith come our next home game against Aston Villa. The player is not with the club at present as he is back in Ireland with his family.

Its a great shame such a level headed young player has to go through such a trauma, Here at Vital football our thoughts are with him and his family given this difficult time.




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Writer: Chris Handy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday August 26 2009

Time: 12:22PM

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I think that as a Villa fan I might represent most if not all of us by passing on my condolences to the lad, and also say what a pity that he hasn't had this opportunity to play against his old club.
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