Screenshot 2020-03-08 at 08.40.00Everybody at Dock AFC is devastated to hear the sad news that Adam Lacy lost his 5 year battle against Leukaemia yesterday. Players, committee and supporters at the club would like to send our heartfelt condolences to Dad Paul, Mum Lynne and big brother Matthew.

From Adam’s Mum, Lynne:
I never thought I would ever have to write this post as I prayed that Adams transplant would work this time and kill the Leukaemia that has plagued his life for the past 5yrs, but unfortunately the bastard was just too much and our beautiful, handsome, talented, much loved blue eyed warrior passed away peacefully with us at home in his own bed at 8am this morning.

To say we are heartbroken is an understatement, our lives have been crushed forever and will never ever be the same.

He fought such an amazing battle and was an inspiration to so many people and we will be forever proud to call him our son.

Life is total shit and he truly never deserved the hand that was dealt to him but if he has taught us anything it is how precious life really is and how we should grab it with both hands and make the most of every day.

As a family we have decided to continue to bring Adams hopes and dreams to reality and we will be going to visit all the places he talked about going to, as we know he will be with us every step of the way.

Adams memory will live on forever in our hearts and we have so many wonderful memories to keep.

Although myself, Paul and Matthews hearts are broken, we will draw strength from Adam (and he was stronger than anyone I have ever met) and we will continue to live our lives in a way we know Adam would be proud.