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  • Wednesday October 25th, 2017 @ 13:01

St Pat's Pay Tribute To The Late Liam Sargent RIP

St Patrick's Athletic FC would like to extend condolences to the family and friends of the late Liam Sargent who sadly passed away on Tuesday.

A proud Ballyfermot man, Liam was a life member of the club having previously been a member of the board of St Patrick's Athletic during the 1980's and continued to be a superb supporter of the club over the years.

St Patrick's Athletic Club President Phil Mooney paid tribute to Liam Sargent, extending the sympathies of the club to his wife Marion, son Keith, daughter Lydia and all the extended Sargent family and their friends.

"Everyone at St Pat's was very saddened to hear of Liam Sargent's passing. I remember many days throughout the 80's and 90's working hard with Liam and many others to help keep the club running through many tough times. Liam was the one who really encouraged me to get involved in the club at board level and I am personally saddened to have lost a dear friend.

"It is the hard work of people like Liam Sargent that ensured St Patrick's Athletic FC continued to prosper and has experienced many great days since. His loss will be felt by many within the club, and outside of that, Liam was a great man so the thoughts of everyone at the club is with Marion, Keith and Lydia and everyone related to and connected to Liam. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam."

Liam's funeral takes place in St Matthews Church, Ballyfermot at 10am on Thursday. Full arrangements can be found HERE

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