Celtic fans plan emotional tribute to youngster who tragically died on second due date 'birthday'
CELTIC fans are planning a touching tribute to a toddler who tragically died last week.
The Record told yesterday how Oskar Halliday, who survived being born prematurely, passed away on what would have been his second due date “birthday.”
Having already gone through the heartbreak of losing Oskar's twin, Reuben, to stillbirth, his family was plunged into fresh agony when he died last Sunday, after he stopped breathing at home.
The tot, from Edinburgh, loved watching the Hoops with his dad, Max, and now fellow supporters have come together in a vow to honour him at tomorrow night's match... read more
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