WREXHAM fans have paid tribute to one of the club's most dedicated supporters who died last week.

Father-of-two James Roberts was 47 years old and reportedly died following a short illness.

He was very well-known among the Wrexham AFC community due to the fact that he would travel over from Luxembourg to watch the Reds play - in trips of over 1,000 miles and 20-plus hours all round.

Following the news of his death, fans planned to hold an applause in Mr Roberts' memory.

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And, during the 1-0 win over Southend United on Saturday, March 11, supporters did just that.

When the 47th minute arrived, the Racecourse erupted into sound of clapping in memory of 'Jammy'.

You can watch that touching moment captured by the Fearless In Devotion team here ...

Mr Roberts, who had been a Wrexham fan since the 1980's, was known as the '#LuxRed' and had built up a following on Twitter with his regular journey updates between Luxembourg and Wrexham.

He initially moved to Luxembourg to work as a teacher at an international school in Luxembourg City in April 2017.

But his commitment to return to Wrexham knew no bounds. Speaking to the 'Final Whistle' podcast back in 2017, he said: "Wherever I am in the world, I know I'll be coming back for the games."

Mr Roberts was married to wife Lucy and the couple had two children together.