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Dyer Backs Banks Family In Minute's Applause Plan

Monday February 18 2013


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OAKWELL favourite Bruce Dyer is backing the Banks family in their attempt to get every Reds supporter to take part in a minute's applause on Tuesday night.

Ashley Banks, 14, was tragically found hanged in his bedroom by his dad, Shane. He was a huge Barnsley FC supporter and all of his family are attending the crucial match against Wolves.

They're asking supporters to clap from the 14th minute.


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Reply Posted by Katie Tucker on Wednesday February 20 2013 at 18:01
Ashley was an amazing boy who went to my school everyone loved him for who he was. God bless to him and all of his family. Thank You.

Reply Posted by charmaine banks on Monday February 25 2013 at 14:39
Thankyou to everyone what's sended your condolites we thankyou all, we that the barnsley f.c. Team for showing their support for our family, bruce dyer is the best man Iv ever met he's really lovely!!! Thankyou. Ashleys sister

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