A popular dad died after collapsing suddenly in a shopping centre.
Tragic Kyle Smith, 26, was pronounced dead at Royal Stoke University Hospital after a suspected cardiac arrest on February 17.
Now his sister is calling on Stoke City fans to take part in a minute’s applause on Saturday in memory of the dad-of-two.
Kyle fell ill outside the Holland and Barrett store at at Affinity Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent Live reports.
The applause will take place in the 26th minute of Stoke’s match against Nottingham Forest at the bet365 Stadium.
In a post on Facebook , Jamie said: "On the 26th minute if we could get everybody to support a minute’s applause, that would be great! He’d love that.
"He was a huge Stoke fan and used to be a season ticket holder. It is such a tragedy. He was a great man, husband, dad, son, brother and much more."
His mum Julie Smith has previously thanked shopping centre staff and off-duty medics for rushing to Kyle’s aid.
Julie said: "The most caring and wonderful son and daddy has lost his life too early after he collapsed in Freeport.
"Staff, Danny and Darren fought tirelessly to save my boy.
"They were amazing in keeping his dignity throughout and the off-duty medics who helped I can’t thank them enough having lost him and brought him back twice.
"He made his way to the Royal Stoke University Hospital where he died almost exactly one hour later.
"He leaves behind his loving wife and two beautiful boys, aged nearly three and one. He was taken too soon and it is so sad."
Family friend Paula Moseley said: "Kyle lives on in his two boys and my praise goes to all involved who battled so hard to save him. There are still many good people in this world and Kyle was one of them."
Sinead Swann said: "Kyle was a lovely lad who was always so cheery and happy whenever I saw him! He has gone far too early."
Jeff Cook added: "Kyle was a gentleman – one of the nicest men you would get."
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