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Derry City fans have paid their respects to 'Wee Oscar' at the Brandywell

Supporters at the Airtricity League clash against Shamrock Rovers made a touching gesture.

Derry fans pay tribute to Oscar Knox Source: Presseye/Lorcan Doherty/INPHO

DERRY CITY SUPPORTERS have paid their respects to Oscar Knox, the 5-year-old Belfast boy who passed away last night after battling an extremely rare type of cancer.

The banners above were unveiled during Derry’s game against Shamrock Rovers at the Brandywell, a lovely touch from the local fans in memory of ‘Wee Oscar’.

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