Wycombe Wanderers have paid tribute to a popular and much loved supporter who has recently passed away.

Alana ‘Lana’ Hurford, who was regularly seen at Adams Park as well as the away games, died on Friday, December 31, 2021 (New Year’s Eve) following a short illness at the age of 29.

Following her passing, the club have revealed that they have contacted Alana’s family to offer their full support ‘in any way possible’, and have stated that her family has requested for privacy during this sad time.

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The club have also announced that they are working on plans for a special tribute for Alana, which will take place on January 15, when Wanderers host Oxford United in the M40 Derby.

The match will be known amongst fans as 'Alana's Game'.

Wycombe said: “Our thoughts are with all who knew and loved her.”

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Many fans have also paid tribute to Alana on social media, with many leaving blue heart emojis on the club’s official Facebook post, whilst others have left heartfelt comments in the supporter’s memory.

Everyone at Wycombe Wanderers was rocked by the news that much-loved supporter Alana Hurford passed away on New Year's...

Posted by Wycombe Wanderers FC on Wednesday, 5 January 2022

Paula Barlow said: “Such sad news, may she rest in peace.

“My thoughts and prayers are with Lana's family and friends.”

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Suzie Dolan added: “So sorry for your loss, my thoughts and prayers go out to all the family.”