This page is in remembrance of those Purps fans who are sadly no longer with us. As part of Project L10 there will be a Purps memorial space created to honour these departed fans, and to ensure that they are still present at each of our home games.
Robert Finnerty - "Finney"
9th September 2019 - Aged 54
Finney was a true original and one of the funiest men you could ever hope to meet.
A supporter of the Purps since the creation of the club, we will all have many monents and memories of Finney to remember him by.
Wherever he is today, you can rest assurred that he has got them harashed!
Rest in Peace Purp!
10th June 2019 - Aged 60
Vinny loved coming to watch The Purps with his son Chris and a wider group of friends.
He always said that he loved coming to watch COLFC, as it reminded him of the old days following Liverpool everywhere and having a great time with the lads and a good sing song.
7th December 2018 - aged 53
Ronnie was an ever present for the Purps (other than due to illness) since the very formation of the club.
He had a wealth of knowledge of the Non-League scene and always had good insight to pass onto the club Directors.
One of the "Congleton 9" Ronnie had fought off several bouts of Cancer and was still insisting as recently as last Saturday that he was "Going to watch the Purps" - RIP Ronnie
15th April 2018 - Aged 78
Danny Dalton Senior was an ever present throughout our first two seasons supporting and watching his grandson, Purps centre-back Danny Dalton. Danny was the head of 4 generations of Daltons to regularly attend COLFC games, a true testiment of his legacy.
6th January 2018 - Aged 69
As soon as Bill had attended is first COLFC game he caught the bug and never missed a home game, along with his son Chris and granddaughter Emma. Bill helped spread the word of the Purps Down Under by regularly sending programmes over to his son living in Australia.
10th May 2017 - Aged 46
Dicko was a well known and well loved character at Purps games who had some very close life long friends amongst the Partisans. He was a passionate campaigner in the fight for justice for Hillsborough victims and survivors and through this earned respect and love from supporters of all clubs.