An Irish football fan died on Sunday after suffering a heart attack in Dublin.
The fan, whose name was not released, suffered a cardiac arrest at the All Ireland Club after suffering the attack at 3.30pm on Sunday night.
He was taken to the Royal Victoria Hospital where he died.
It is believed the fan was a supporter of Shamrock Rovers who had attended the Dublin derby match against the League of Ireland.
The club said the fan had not been wearing a scarf.
The incident has caused immense concern among supporters of the club.
We are absolutely devastated by the news of this death.
We would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of this fan.
We know that the medical staff are treating this tragic event with utmost respect.
A number of fans have expressed their outrage over the death.
On social media, people expressed their sadness at the news and described the death as inevitable.
We will all be watching this on Sunday.
The world is watching.
We hope it will not be an inevitability that this fan will be put to sleep with a stroke.