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Name: nuala
1/9/2011
i just want to say it has been an honour to be part fo the aggies this last 12 days! the love pride courage and supprot shown by all has been unbeleiveable! i know mick will live on in all our memories  and am sure hes looking down on us all and is proud of the send off we all helped give him! he will be sorely missed by all! rip mick love n miss you!
Name: Paul Kennedy
31/8/2011
havent signed this yet. Keeping the McLean family in my thoughts and prayers. Still havent got over the shock. Big Mick was a gentleman, a true Aggies man. Will never forget him for as long as I live and I will be thinking of him every time I wear the black and white. Minor championship for big Mick, naomh una abu.
Name: Frankie
31/8/2011
All of us at Naomh Una are suffering great shock and sadness at Michael's death and our thoughts and prayers are with Larry, Marie, Louise, Martin, Conor, Patricia and Roisin as they try to deal with their unimaginable suffering.
Michael was their son and brother and we at St Agnes G.A.C. were the beneficiaries of their son and brother as he brought his smile, intelligence kindness, energy and no little ability into our lives, albeit for a short time.
The tributes he has received are a testimony to the man he was.
Michael was a credit to his family, his club and to himself. He was our National Treasure.
I hope the respect afforded to Michael yesterday will give his family some small comfort.
The esteem in which he was held by our Juveniles was evident for all to see. Michael helped mould them into the great young people they are.
We will continue the great work Michael started. It's what he would have wanted.
Name: Joe Compston
31/8/2011
At this sad time its difficult to inform members of the daily running aspects of the club.

Any paid up member who requires a ticket for Sundays All Ireland Final which they must use themselves please let  me know by text  07719952072.

If over subscribed a draw will be made in Casement S C on Thursday night at 9.00pm

Joe Compston
Name: Brendan Mulgrew
30/8/2011
It is very hard to imagine something good coming out of such a sad day today. True as well that as a club our loss pales into insignificance compared to that of Marie, Lawrence, Conor and his brother and sisters. But, the way the Aggies came through a very testing week for the club – maybe even the toughest week in 60 years of black and white history – was tremendous. Big Mick got the send off he deserved and there are more than a few older Aggies men and women who have gone before him, well they can now keep an eye on him while he keeps an eye on us.

Maybe as a former player it’s not for me to say but I am glad Friday’s match is going ahead as scheduled. I really can’t think of a better way to pay tribute to the man than to get on with the games. But I know that is hard for his contemporaries. There are big championship games coming up now in both codes, for juveniles and senior teams. To those players, don’t just win the games for Big Mick, win them for yourselves, for your families and for the club, because that is what Big Mick would have wanted you to do.

It is hard to find words to describe the dignity with which the McLean family held themselves in the last ten days. They are wonderful people, but, in knowing Mick and Conor, we knew that already.

Rest in peace.
Name: Ciaran Mulgrew
30/8/2011
Mick’s funeral this afternoon was an incredibly sad occasion and I am sure everyone’s heart went out to Conor and the Mc Lean family.

I was terribly proud to be a member of St Agnes’s GAC today. The turnout was huge and dignified and the manner in which the juvenile’s conducted themselves was a credit to themselves, their families, the club and above all to Mick.

I thought Frankie spoke from the heart and captured the solemnity of the moment and the essence of Mick. Sadly gone but never to be forgotten.
            
Name: Odhrán Kerr
30/8/2011
Mick true gentleman,inspiration and a real role model. Anytime I saw you you where in top form smiling , you welcomed me to the club with a smiling face! NU u16s are going to win this championship for you Mick! RIP cac't believe your gone
Name: Brendan Grieve SNR
30/8/2011
Deepest Sympathies on the loss of your member Mick Mc Lean,very much in our thoughts on this sad day.Tom, John& Brendan Grieve & Families Sydney
Name: c fay
30/8/2011
there is no words to discribe big mick .he is a true aggies man and wil never b forgotten.may r thoughts b with slim and the rest of his family at this time .                   RIP Big man
Name: Toman family Belfast
29/8/2011
We did not know Michael personally but having read the messages from his many friends we know he was one in a million and he will never be forgotten. Sincere sympathy to his family and all his friends at St Agnes GAA Club from whom we have many friends that are connected to. God bless Michael.
Name: Martin & Jack Murphy
29/8/2011
Mick

We last talked changing at the side of the pitch in the Falls Park before a South Antrim game against Davitts in May this year.  Showing typical passion for the game and duty to your club you had stepped straight off the flight from Liverpool to the match because you heard we might be short.

You enriched our lives as a team mate, juvenile mentor, friend and secretary with your enthusiasm, selflessness, dignity and pointed humour.   On hearing the tragic news Jack said you really liked him but you instilled the same level of self believe and provided the same encouragement to all the kids.  For someone so young you had already become a significant adult, providing a positive influence, in the lives of StAgnes youth.

I know and I am glad St Agnes enriched your life and given your strong sense of club and community you reciprocated in full.

My deepest condolences go to the McLean family.

Name: Lisa Burke
29/8/2011
R.I.P Michael McLean, gone but never forgotten, thoughts are with Conor and his family xx
Name: Jim Keaveney - Naomh Eanna I and Hope GAA.
29/8/2011
A true gentleman, the likes of which are rare. RIP big man.
Name: Kevin Mc Veagh Snr
28/8/2011
Big Mick you were a gentleman and  a true gael but most of all you were a friend. I was hounoured to play at your sisters wedding ,what a night that was ,the sight of you and Conor getting the crowd going with your version of Enter the Sandman is something I will always remember when  I hear that heavy metal song.At the moment I am along way from home and still cant believe that this has happenened to such a nice person. My sincere condolences to Conor and all the Mc Lean family.God Bless and rest in peace.  
            
Name: Donal Rooney
28/8/2011
Mick, the truest off all men he was A true gael and a gentleman! he took me aside after the u-16 hurling championship final, that i didnt play in, i was devestated and Mick took me aside and basically calmed me down! he explained that there is always men who dont get there chance in one match and that there chance will come again! and iit couldnt be truer i have another chance to play in casment and Every minute on field will be for mick and im sure all the U-16's will agree with me! I was talking to mick one day after a training, telling him how much i hated him for making me run and him telling me that i needed to run! but we were talking about seniorlevel! he was telling me how much he couldnt wait to play along side the minors and that we would have soom team in the future! Unfortunatly Mick wont be around to play in that team but im sure anyone will agree he was the one who moulded that team!

RIP ill miss  you mo chara!
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