Tributes have poured in for a Wycombe Wanderers fan who died of coronavirus.

Martin North lost his life due to the illness at the start of the month, just one year after his wife died of cancer.

He was a popular and recognisable face at Adams Park, attending games both home and away.

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Martin also attended matches at Loakes Park, Wycombe’s previous stadium.

Following his passing, people have sent their wishes to his family.

Speaking on Facebook, Katie Jude said: “This such sad news.

“I had the pleasure of meeting Martin and his beautiful wife many times as I had my eldest the same time they had their eldest.

“Sending you love and blessings at this difficult time.

“Thinking of you all.”

Vanessa Gray said: “So sad, condolences to his family.”

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Jabeen Afzal then added: “Rest in peace Martin.

“Our condolences to his family and loved ones.”

Ferida Akhtar then added: “Rest in peace Martin.

“So sorry to hear this sad news”

Martin died the week commencing April 6 and was cremated on April 10.

However, due to the country being in lockdown due to the rapid spread of the virus, no-one was able to attend the Wycombe fan’s funeral.

But the club confirmed that once the lockdown is lifted, a gathering to remember Martin’s life will be arranged once public events are allowed to resume.