Supporters to pay tribute to lifelong Norwich City fan during match against Leeds United
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There will be a minute's applause during Norwich City's last home match of the season in tribute to a business champion and lifelong Canaries fan.
Paul Rudd, who founded the business networking group Norwich Kitty and was a associate director at Norwich City , died suddenly on April 5 aged 48.
His daughter Melissa is urging people take part in the tribute during the 48th minute of Saturday's match against Leeds United.
She tweeted: 'Saturday is about Wes. But on the 48th minute, applause for an #ncfc fan taken far too soon would be an amazing tribute to my brilliant Dad Paul.'
The club retweeted the message on its official account.
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Mr Rudd, from Badersfield and who worked as a paraplanner for Norwich-based Tailored Solutions, played a key role in Norwich's business community and founded the weekly networking group Norwich Kitty in September 2011.
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