More than £22,000 has been raised for the family of a popular Wycombe Wanderers fan who suddenly died at the start of the month.

Naz Bajwa, who was regular at Adams Park, passed away on October 3 when watching his sons play football, a day after the Chairboys had defeated Morecambe 4-3 in an incredible game in South Bucks.

Following his death, a Just Giving page was launched to help the Bajwa family, with a target of £5,000 being set.

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However, thanks to the generosity of the Wycombe family and the wider community, £22,355 has been donated collectively in just over a week.

The grand total is expected to increase as the week goes on.

An extract from the page reads: “Naz would hate this kind of fuss but we are looking to help support his family at this extremely difficult time and we just want to try and make things a tiny bit easier for them as a family so they can concentrate on helping each other come to terms with their tragic loss.

“Naz really was one of a kind and we will all miss him dearly.

"If you can spare a small contribution we would be beyond grateful.”

Naz leaves behind his wife, Donna, and his four children.

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And after Wycombe’s 2-0 win over Gillingham on October 9, in which the Wanderers fan was remembered with a minutes applause at half-time, manager Gareth Ainsworth said: “My thoughts are win, lose or draw, it’s insignificant compared to what that family is going through.

“I was so pleased to be able to go up to them [Naz' family] and give them a scarf that was close to him.

“They’ve got more strength than I have ever got, and the strength they are showing is amazing.”

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