A HEARTBROKEN family have paid tribute to a huge Celtic fan one year after his tragic sudden death.

Christopher Mcgonagle was found dead at home just one hour after cheering on his favourite team with his dad on May 12 last year.

Investigations later found the 24-year-old, from Dalmuir, had suffered an aneurysm despite having no health conditions and being in good spirits right before dying.

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The shock death has left his loved ones tormented by the sudden loss and have vowed to keep his memory living on.

They also got a stone in Celtic Park as a touching tribute to the massive Hoops fan.

Fiance Rachel Mcbain told the Glasgow Times: “It's been a very hard and difficult year for me without him but his memory will always live on.

“I got him a stone up at Celtic Park in his memory as he loved Celtic.

“I miss him so much. Forever in our hearts.”

Loved ones paid tribute on social media to Christopher to keep his memory alive hailing him “one in a million”.

Danielle Mcgarrity said: ”One year ago today I got told my brother grew his wings.

“I will never get my head round that, you were one in a million bro.

“I am thinking of his beautiful sister Leanne Mcgonagle and his beautiful fiancé Rachel McBain.

“All his family love yous sisters.”

His beloved football team he played for, Duntocher Blackstars, also paid tribute to the “fantastic guy” who was “always smiling”.



They said: “One year today we lost a fantastic guy who was always smiling and loved his football.

“Our thoughts and love go out to all his family today as they all come together to remember such a fantastic guy.

“Christopher Mcgonagle was our 19, it was a special number.

“I remember like it was yesterday, the morning before he passed I asked him what number he wanted he said 19 as it was the day he started dating Rachel McBain.

“That's a real special thing to do but that was Christopher and if you see his smile it touched everyone.

“Today we all stand and smile as I know he bee smile down on us all R.I.P Christopher Mcgonagle.”