Celtic fans are being urged to hold a minute's applause for a tragic Coatbridge teenager after he passed away this week.

The family of Adam Marshall have taken to social media to pay tribute to the 18-year-old Hoops fan.

Hi mum Helen Dick described her son as 'one in a million' in an emotional Facebook tribute and thanked people for their kind messages since his passing.

She wrote: "On behalf of myself and family would like to thank everyone for all ur kind messages and support he was one in a million and loved so much."

Celtic fans are being urged to hold a minute's applause for Adam Marshall on the 18th minute

A number of Celtic supporter's pages have urged fans to participate in the applause on the 18th minute at their home game against Ross County in the Premiership on Saturday, January 25.

The page Celtic FC To The Core wrote on Facebook: "A young man Adam from Coatbridge got his angels wings the other day and his friends and family would love it if the Celtic supporters would stand up on the 18 minute and applause this young man's life.

"Adam was Celtic daft and would be a fantastic tribute. YNWA Adam."

The post has been liked more than 670 times with many fans paying tribute to Adam.

Margaret McKinley commented: "R.I.P Adam I’m sure all Celtic fans will stand for you no problem."

Kate Fisher said: "God bless you son and your family sorry for your loss taken too soon."

Richard Hosie wrote: "RIP young man thoughts with your family and friends. YNWA."

While, Susan Hastings added: "R.I.P Adam so sad thoughts are with family & friends. Fly high. YNWA."

A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: "We were called around 8.30am on Tuesday, January 21, to reports of the body of an 18-year-old man being discovered at a house in Rose Gardens, Coatbridge.

"There are no suspicious circumstances and a report will be sent to the Procurator Fiscal."

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