Tombides honoured at West Ham's new stadium

The late Dylan Tombides was honoured by West Ham United with a special tribute at the English Premier League club’s new home ground on Monday.

The former Olyroo, who passed away in April 2014 after bravely battling testicular cancer, was immortalized with a special ‘Champions Place’ stone on Queen Elizabeth Park.

He joined the English outfit aged 15 as part of their Academy before making his senior debut for the club in the League Cup against Wigan in 2012.

His parents Tracy and Jim and brother Taylor were all on hand to mark the special occasion.