From myself and on behalf of Sean's family I would like to say a truly heartfelt thanks for all your posts and donations following the death of my brother Sean. I am Sean's youngest sister and was sorry to miss 'my boy Harry' at the wake following the funeral but can I just take a moment to to thank you for coming. It meant so much to us all and our mam for you to come - especially after reading what such adversery's you were - but take it as a compliment that sean would argue with you for so long - obviously a worthy opponent. Sean was a true SAFC fan and had followed the team since childhood, he took his first scarf with him last week which he had had since he was 5yrs old. He was, as you may have gathered, opinionated(!), headstrong and no-nonsense and as you rightly pointed out didnt-do flowers. However he was sentimental, and if he could see the words and donations on his behalf he would be truly thankful and touched, as well as having a few choice replies at the ready! I will miss Sean dearly, as will the rest of his family and his mates, many of whom have been with him since childhood. It has actually been comforting to see how many hits his piece on this website has had, and the donations to the macmillan fund from all of you has just blown us away, we really cant thank you all enough. What a fantastic internet community this is.