Arsenal football club are currently mourning of life-long Ernie Crouch who died on Saturday, December 5 on his way to their home game against Sunderland.
The 90-year-old supporter died after gust of wind blew him into path of bus and in Finchley.
He has watched all Arsenal home games since 1934.
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Arsenal took to their Twitter account to pay tribute to Crouch writing: "Everyone at Arsenal Football Club is saddened to learn of the passing of lifelong fan Ernie Crouch. May he rest in peace."
Crouch has been a supporter of Arsenal since attanding his first game at Highbury in 1934 and regularly attended the club's fixtures and earned hero status at the Emirates, where he remained a season ticket holder.
Crouch also won EurocarsFanof the Season award last term.
Former Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski also paid tribute to late Crouch writing: "Sad to hear about the passing of a true fan this weekend. 90 years an Arsenal fan. Ernie Crouch, A loyal Gunner. RIP."
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