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Kieran Lomax was forced to relive what the English football league chairman described as & # 39; one of the darkest days & # 39; in the history of the competition, when his beloved Bury FC met his downfall in a pile of financial downfall.

Is this the unhappiest football fan in the world? Devastated supporter is deeply saddened after seeing BOTH of his favorite teams fold

  • Kieran Lomax complains about the deaths of clubs Gold Coast United and Bury FC
  • Bury folded today amidst a pile of unpaid bills and wages, destroying fans
  • The dedicated fan lives 16,477 kilometers away, but said he had lost part of his soul
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An unfortunate football fan mourns the loss of his favorite football club – and not for the first time.

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Seven years ago, loyal fan Kieran Lomax was eroded to watch his beloved A-League player Gold Coast United fold, Optus Sport reported.

But the passionate Queenslander was forced to relive what the English Football Leagues executive chair described as & # 39; one of the darkest days & # 39; in the history of the competition, when his beloved Bury FC met his downfall in a pile of financial downfall.

Kieran Lomax was forced to relive what the English football league chairman described as & # 39; one of the darkest days & # 39; in the history of the competition, when his beloved Bury FC met his downfall in a pile of financial downfall.

Kieran Lomax was forced to relive what the English football league chairman described as & # 39; one of the darkest days & # 39; in the history of the competition, when his beloved Bury FC met his downfall in a pile of financial downfall.

The club ended today when former owner Steve Dale, who bought the club for £ 1 in December, could not prove that he had the money to keep the club running and stopped paying bills and wages.

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Lomax may live 16,477 kilometers from the club he loved, but he still said, "It's like losing a part of your soul."

& # 39; You grow up if you love something and if you lose it, it hurts. In the end, I think it's the best way to say it's like losing a part of my family. I wanted to work for Bury one day, & he admitted with tearing eyes.

The club ended today when former owner Steve Dale, who bought the club for £ 1 in December, could not prove that he had the money to keep the club running, and stopped paying bills and wages (photo: it & # 39; deathbed & # 39; from Bury FC)

The club ended today when former owner Steve Dale, who bought the club for £ 1 in December, could not prove that he had the money to keep the club running, and stopped paying bills and wages (photo: it & # 39; deathbed & # 39; from Bury FC)

The club ended today when former owner Steve Dale, who bought the club for £ 1 in December, could not prove that he had the money to keep the club running, and stopped paying bills and wages (photo: it & # 39; deathbed & # 39; from Bury FC)

The Bury devotee said he would try to find closure by becoming part of what the club will be in the future.

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Avis service representative said he first fell in love with the club after reading his father's competition program.

He followed the club around the world for the next 25 years.

In 2017, Lomax (photo) saw them playing in real life and described the experience as & # 39; like heaven & # 39;

In 2017, Lomax (photo) saw them playing in real life and described the experience as & # 39; like heaven & # 39;

In 2017, Lomax (photo) saw them playing in real life and described the experience as & # 39; like heaven & # 39;

In 2017 he saw them playing in real life and described the experience as & # 39; like heaven & # 39 ;.

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& # 39; I think this is slightly worse (than Gold Coast) just because it has been my whole life. Gold Coast United was three years old, I traveled all over Australia and did not miss a competition but that was only three years. This is 25 years ago. It is even worse, I would say for sure. & # 39;

Bury had been running for 134 years and twice won the FA cup.

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