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Bradley Lowery - RIP


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It's been said numerous times elsewhere, but Jermain Defoe should definitely win the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award for showing true friendship to Bradley Lowery when he didn't need to.

It's disgusting that this kind of thing can happen to such a young child, but I think we can all have some degree of happiness in that Defoe has made the time he has left so magical. 

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  • TomF changed the title to Bradley Lowery - RIP

This very brave boy has brought together so many people. 

He will Always have a good seat for Sunderland games. You'll be welcome at the Gate in February young man!

Condolances and best wishes to friends and family. 

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Shit! Just shit. I've gone numb.

Sincerest condolences to Bradley's family, god only knows what they are thinking & feeling today.

RIP Bradley....may your pain be over, and your peace begin.

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Sleep well little fella. You now have your wings and can fly free from pain and suffering.

You've been braver than some grown men and women can be. You've also shown how you don't have to be related to make someone feel bonded to you.

The whole of Britain took you into their hearts. 60m people all have a little piece of Bradley forever more. 

My condolences and thoughts are with his family, friends and all who knew him.

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It's a cruel, cruel disease.

May you now find peace and happiness Bradley. 

Condolences to all who knew him. His parents must have gone through horrors, hope they stay strong and rebuild their lives soon. 

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