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Reds mourn club secretary's death

Liverpool Football Club has paid tribute to its club secretary Bryce Morrison who has died.

The club's chief executive, Rick Parry, said everybody at the Anfield club was "shocked and saddened to hear of his untimely death".

"His dedication to and love for the club was apparent to all of those who worked alongside him," Mr Parry said.

There will be a minute's silence before Sunday's match against Aston Villa and as a mark of respect.

"Bryce gave 17 years' loyal service to Liverpool and was well known throughout football and will be sadly missed by his many friends within the game.

"This is a very sad day for Liverpool Football Club," Mr Parry added.



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