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8 October 2007
Dainton RIP

Neil and Chris would like to thank everyone who has sent in messages of sympathy to the family and friends of Dainton Connell at this sad time. Some fans in Moscow have left flowers at the site of the accident and, again, we would like to thank them for their kindness and condolences. (Thanks to Elena for photograph.) A march was held in North London yesterday before the home game at Arsenal. Approximately 400 people participated, carrying flowers and photographs of "The Bear". As we said in our earlier report, those who met him, did not forget him.

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Bruce Springsteen plays Pet Shop Boys’ version of his song “The last to die” on his radio show, now on BBC Sounds. Link below.

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