The news of the death of six-year-old Sunderland supporter Bradley Lowery has shocked the football world who touched everyone with his innocent smile.
Lowery had been fighting a lengthy battle against neuroblastoma, but passed away on Friday and the news of his death has left a sudden and shocking impact on the football community.
Chelsea FC have joined the whole football community to extend their condolences and pay tribute to the amazing 6-year-old Bradley.
The official Chelsea twitter handle tweeted: “All at Chelsea are deeply saddened to learn of Bradley Lowery’s passing. He touched all of us with his bravery and winning smile.”
All at Chelsea are deeply saddened to learn of Bradley Lowery's passing. He touched all of us with his bravery and winning smile. pic.twitter.com/aZneoHlFBf
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) July 7, 2017
Bradley didn’t lack affection as tributes have been pouring in from everyone associated with football.
Today, the football world lost one of its bravest fans.
Rest in peace, Bradley Lowery. pic.twitter.com/x3dhF7yvaO
— FIFA.com (@FIFAcom) July 7, 2017
Terribly sad to hear that little Bradley Lowery has passed away. A warrior and an inspiration to the end. RIP Bradley.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) July 7, 2017
So sorry that little @Bradleysfight has passed away. An inspirational life cut way too short. Thoughts with his amazing family & friends RIP
— Alan Shearer (@alanshearer) July 7, 2017
You inspired us all with your bravery. Rest in peace, Bradley Lowery. pic.twitter.com/KOkoQlSZd3
— West Ham United (@WestHam) July 7, 2017
You touched all of our hearts with your remarkable strength and courage. RIP Bradley Lowery.
— Stoke City FC (@stokecity) July 7, 2017
Everyone at Leeds United sends their condolences to the family of Bradley Lowery.
Rest in peace Bradley, you won't be forgotten. pic.twitter.com/aBl6ceXQC8
— Leeds United (@LUFC) July 7, 2017