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View JSS_OneAgain's Profile JSS_OneAgain Flag 10 Nov 16 7.57am Send a Private Message to JSS_OneAgain Add JSS_OneAgain as a friend

Good morning all. Apologies for starting a new thread on this subject.

Some of you from old may remember me from days gone by playing football up at Crystal Palace park probably around 10ish years ago where it was CPFC fans against MFC fans which culminated in that game at Selhurst between us both.

After the events of yesterday on the tram and after reading the tragic news this morning that one of the deceased is one of yours of no age, I felt I had to come back online and re-register to send my regards to any of you that have directly or indirectly affected.

Personally, I travel the tram day in day out. It is an absolutely superb service. The events of yesterday are truly shocking and probably like a lot of you I'm struggling to come to terms with the accident. The news this morning that a Palace fan of 19 years has lost his life is truly awful. My son of 12 years uses the line also and was only 30 minutes out from travelling so clearly we are as a family thanking a few lucky stars this morning but the seriousness of this tragedy is not lost on us all.

Rivalries aside, thinking of anyone who has been affected.

 

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View palace64's Profile palace64 Flag bromley 10 Nov 16 8.48am Send a Private Message to palace64 Add palace64 as a friend

Thanks mate

 

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View Michaelawt85's Profile Michaelawt85 Flag Bexley 10 Nov 16 9.02am Send a Private Message to Michaelawt85 Add Michaelawt85 as a friend

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Rip young man. Sleep well

 


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View PalazioVecchio's Profile PalazioVecchio Flag south pole 10 Nov 16 9.28am Send a Private Message to PalazioVecchio Add PalazioVecchio as a friend

Rip the deceased and sincere condolences to all affected by this terrible crash.

 


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View Sportyteacher's Profile Sportyteacher Flag London 10 Nov 16 11.18am Send a Private Message to Sportyteacher Add Sportyteacher as a friend

Originally posted by JSS_OneAgain

Good morning all. Apologies for starting a new thread on this subject.

Some of you from old may remember me from days gone by playing football up at Crystal Palace park probably around 10ish years ago where it was CPFC fans against MFC fans which culminated in that game at Selhurst between us both.

After the events of yesterday on the tram and after reading the tragic news this morning that one of the deceased is one of yours of no age, I felt I had to come back online and re-register to send my regards to any of you that have directly or indirectly affected.

Personally, I travel the tram day in day out. It is an absolutely superb service. The events of yesterday are truly shocking and probably like a lot of you I'm struggling to come to terms with the accident. The news this morning that a Palace fan of 19 years has lost his life is truly awful. My son of 12 years uses the line also and was only 30 minutes out from travelling so clearly we are as a family thanking a few lucky stars this morning but the seriousness of this tragedy is not lost on us all.

Rivalries aside, thinking of anyone who has been affected.


Applauding your heartfelt response and in complete agreement. Am I wrong to forward the suggestion that Palace arrange a minute's silence before the next home game kicks off? We are a broad community family that speaks and works beyond our football fans and yet both locality and club supporters have tragically lost loved ones. Surely a fitting tribute should be staged from the region's capital sports club...

 

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View steph_eagle's Profile steph_eagle Flag Thornton Heath 10 Nov 16 12.20pm Send a Private Message to steph_eagle Add steph_eagle as a friend

Very decent of you to come on here and say what you have.

 

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View Michaelawt85's Profile Michaelawt85 Flag Bexley 10 Nov 16 12.53pm Send a Private Message to Michaelawt85 Add Michaelawt85 as a friend

There's been some suggestions on social media of a minutes applause at 19 minutes for the young man named today who has died. Lovely idea but I feel a minutes silence before kick off would be more appropriate to remember all the victims, their families and the badly injured. Players imo should also wear black arm bands. The club is at the heart of the community in croydon and the club and it's fans should really lead the way with this

 


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View Sportyteacher's Profile Sportyteacher Flag London 10 Nov 16 1.02pm Send a Private Message to Sportyteacher Add Sportyteacher as a friend

Originally posted by Michaelawt85

There's been some suggestions on social media of a minutes applause at 19 minutes for the young man named today who has died. Lovely idea but I feel a minutes silence before kick off would be more appropriate to remember all the victims, their families and the badly injured. Players imo should also wear black arm bands. The club is at the heart of the community in croydon and the club and it's fans should really lead the way with this

WELL SAID!

 

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View Dan1994's Profile Dan1994 Flag Wallington 10 Nov 16 1.40pm Send a Private Message to Dan1994 Add Dan1994 as a friend

Thank you for the post, JSS, it's good see see that, even with rivalries like ours, we can still come together is bad times. I think the whole thing has rocked the community, and like has been said earlier, we should commemorate all of those who have been affected by the crash, as we are a community club.

 


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View Part Time James's Profile Part Time James Flag 10 Nov 16 2.30pm Send a Private Message to Part Time James Add Part Time James as a friend

The club website have acknowledged this:

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Would like to think that they'll already have a minute silence on their agenda, but it might be worth somebody giving someone at the club a nudge.

 




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View eagle in cornwall's Profile eagle in cornwall Flag Made In Thornton Heath. 10 Nov 16 3.27pm Send a Private Message to eagle in cornwall Add eagle in cornwall as a friend

Yesterday a very dear friend of ours, our children and grandchildren was killed in this tragic accident.
Dane was truly a lovely boy and thought world's of his parents Tony & Bev...He often travelled with his Dad to watch the Palace, home and away.

Dane was just nineteen and will be sadly missed by everyone who was lucky enough to have known him.

Our thoughts right now are now with Chin, Bev, Taylor and Brad....RIP Dane Chinnery

 


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View Willo's Profile Willo Flag South coast - west of Brighton. 10 Nov 16 3.53pm Send a Private Message to Willo Add Willo as a friend

Originally posted by eagle in cornwall

Yesterday a very dear friend of ours, our children and grandchildren was killed in this tragic accident.
Dane was truly a lovely boy and thought world's of his parents Tony & Bev...He often travelled with his Dad to watch the Palace, home and away.

Dane was just nineteen and will be sadly missed by everyone who was lucky enough to have known him.

Our thoughts right now are now with Chin, Bev, Taylor and Brad....RIP Dane Chinnery

Such sad news.

Must be absolutely dreadful for the parents and our prayers, hearts and thoughts go out to them.

RIP Dane Chinnery

 

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