Discussion in 'Molineux Mix Archive' started by Essex Wolf, Apr 5, 2015.
I sincerely hope this is treated with the utmost respect.
Also tribute to Chris Loftus and Kevin Speight who lost their lives in Turkey fifteen years ago.
Can only hope it's respected on both parts
Isn't there meant to be a minute's applause on 50 minutes in his tribute? Or has that been rejected?
No mention of the Leeds thing but would make sense really.
I know Wolves have some idiot supporters but are usually good with such things, not so sure I can say same about Leeds but don't attend their games so can't say for sure.
Recall it was mentioned Dews but never heard the outcome.
It was announced by the club tonight that it's a joint applause for Martyn Matthews and the two Leeds fans. Hopefully it'll mean there's not any interruption
Then absolutely no reason or need for anyone to act inappropriately.
I am sure it will
very good hopefully be fully respected
Thought this was well observed. Nice touch. RIP.
Both sets of fans did them proud.
His poor wife was distraught, bless them all. That wins for you Martyn xx
A shame to see his wife and children in such grief.god bless you all,
Well done Wolves management and fans. Every time I think of this tragedy I get angry about the total waste and damage to many families.
God bless his brave family for turning up today and laying down a wreath for Martyn.
Hopefully 25,000 people showing support and clapping for this fella may slightly help towards easing the pain. You could feel the togetherness and unity today for his family, I was choked and stunned.
He was one of us and I'd like to think he was smiling down watching Edwards score the winner for the lads today.
RIP Martyn and again my most sincere condolences to his brave family, your husband & father would be immensely proud of you all xx
I was standing pitch side on the halfway line with the flag wavers and that poor family walked directly towards us to lay their wreaths.
To see the the look of absolute grief and bewilderment on their faces close up was utterly heart breaking. The thought that they should all have been there enjoying the win with Martyn is unbelievably tragic.
They did appreciate though, the warmth of the support they received from both Wolves and Leeds fans, who were both exceptional in showing respect for their loss.
Excellent support for the family. We seem to be losing a lot of the Wolves family lately and well before their time. It's so sad.
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