Taylor Good RIP

Sligo Rovers are very saddened to hear, the passing of lifelong supporter Taylor Good today.

Taylor lived in Dundrum and was an avid Rovers supporter, often seen not only at home games but also at away games in Dublin. Taylor was well known as a real gentleman, and will be fondly remebermber by all.

Sligo Rovers extends its deepest sympathies to all of Taylors family, friends and neighbours at this sad time. 

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