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'Very sad' little boy loses his World Cup stickers in Dublin, Twitter mobilises in support

Can you help find it?

FOR ANYONE WHO collected football stickers as a kid, this sign on some railings in Dublin will be heartbreaking:

Source: Seán Earley via Twitter

Yes, a ‘very sad little boy’ lost his Panini World Cup sticker album in the park at Belgrave Square in Rathmines on Thursday.

HAVE to stop keeping these chopped onions at our desks.

Anyway, as well as the notices, the poor fella’s dad put out an appeal on Twitter. Here’s what the album looks like:

As far as we can tell, the album still hasn’t been found. But there have been some frankly lovely responses.

People have offered to give him their own album:

Or pass on their doubles:

Someone in the UK even offered to post theirs over:

It’s all a bit beautiful.

Have you seen the album? Can you help?

Thanks Seán Earley

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