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Michel Platini to present Ireland fans award to family of James Nolan
During the upcoming friendly match with Greece at the Aviva Stadium, the Uefa president will make the presentation to the late James Nolan's family
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He will be there to present an award to Irish supporters which was announced by Uefa following Euro 2012.
The award has been dedicated by the FAI and Irish supporters to the memory of James Nolan who tragically lost his life while supporting his country in Poland.
James' father, Jimmy, mother, Essie, sister Susie and other family members will be present at Aviva Stadium in November and will be presented with the award at half-time by Uefa president Michel Platini.
Commenting on the announcement today, Jimmy Nolan said: "I am very touched by this dedication to the memory of James.
"He followed Ireland since he was knee high and represented so much that is good about Irish supporters.
"I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for the incredible support that our family has received during recent months. It has meant a lot to all of us."
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