Parents have been left heartbroken after their son suddenly died. 

Celtic fanatic Jamie McMaster, 14, was tragically found dead on Friday, December 15 at his home in Barrhead.

His father Jamie McMaster, 35, desperately tried to resuscitate him but sadly it could not save him.

The schoolboy battled an extremely rare condition called schizencephaly and cerebral palsy, both of which left him with health problems.

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Despite being non-verbal and unable to walk, Jamie never let his disabilities define him and his parents are now honouring his memory.

They have arranged for Celtic to display the teenager's picture at their match against Livingston on Saturday, December 23 and are asking fans to applaud at the 14th minute.

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Mum Linda Lee, 34, said: “Jamie was such a character, he was always smiling and was so special.

“He was nonverbal and couldn’t walk but he recognised faces and was always so happy, his disabilities never defined him.

“He was our only child and only purpose so we are devastated to have lost him.

“It was sudden. We found him at home, his dad tried CPR but couldn’t save him. It was very traumatic.

“I think his fight just got too much and his wee body couldn’t do it anymore, but we don’t have one real reason."

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Linda added: “He lived a full life, we still had banter with him and gave him lots of great experiences.

“We knew he would have special needs before we had him, the doctors told us he would be lucky to live ten minutes but he lived until he was 14 years old.

“We have arranged that Celtic Park will put his picture up at the game on Saturday and we hope fans will clap for him at the 14th minute.

“We don’t want any money or anything. We want his people to give our wee boy an applause in his memory because Celtic meant so much to Jamie.”

Celtic have been contacted for comment.