TRIBUTES have been paid to a dad who died following an incident in Clydebank on Sunday.

Dominic Brown, 31, known as Dom, passed away at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital after an incident in Radnor Street which also saw 34-year-old Stephen Morgan injured, said police.

He remains in hospital in serious but stable condition.

Dom, of nearby Cornock Street, leaves behind a young son and partner, parents and a devastated extensive family in the town.

Tributes began to pour in within hours of his death.

A fundraising page has already gathered more than £6,000 to help family and friends give joiner Dom “the send-off he deserves”.

The football fan, who was raised in Whitecrook, loaned his skills to Singer CFC, Duntocher Hibs, Kilbowie Union, St Joseph’s and Goldenhill over the years.

Barry Mccolgan, manager of Singers, said he knew Dom since they were aged 10 and used to play against each other in the park.

The former St Andrew’s High pupil was their top scorer in the 2014-15 season with about 40 goals.

Mr Mccolgan told the Post: “He did the business whatever team he played for. I cannot speak highly enough of him. Football was his life.

“He was thinking about coming back – I said just pick up the phone. And just a few weeks later, this happens.”

Other friends praised Dom’s smile and laughter in particular.

Lisa Coleman wrote: “One special wee guy taken too soon. Can remember you as a small boy running around the Crook with your cheekie wee face. Fly high.”

And Erin Gent said on Facebook: “I still have no words to express the shock and sadness.

“A very heavy heart that needs to be saying this ... RIP Dom Brown.

“Clydebank will be a much sadder place with your smile and laughter gone.”

Kayleigh Devine added her tribute: “Such a cruel horrible world we live in.

“Absolutely gutted to hear of what has happened in Clydebank. RIP Dom Brown.

“Proud to have memories growing up with you. My heart goes out to all your family and everyone who loved you.”

And Charlene Lowrie said: “So sad such a lovely guy. Horrible world we live in.”