Singer Rod Stewart has donated cash to a fund set up after a Rangers fan died in a bus crash at the weekend. The music star - a Celtic supporter - contributed to the fundraising drive in memory of Ryan Baird after getting in touch with former Rangers captain Richard Gough.Mr Baird, 39, died after the Nith Valley Loyal Rangers Supporters Club bus he was travelling on crashed at Crossroads roundabout on the A76 near to Kilmarnock last Saturday. The fans were travelling to see Rangers play Partick Thistle at Ibrox Stadium when the accident happened at about 1.15pm. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just ?￡6.99. No contract. Gough told the Evening Times: As soon as it happened Rod got in touch with me and said as soon as a fund was set up I was to let him know. Which I did.He made a contribution, which is fantastic, which I have thanked him for. He is a good man.In Rods message to Gough, he said: At sad times like this we are one big football loving family. RS (Celtic).The accident left 18 other people in hospital.Mr Baird, originally from Northern Ireland, had been living in Sanquhar, Dumfries and Galloway.His cousin, Louise Evanne Baird, said he was amazing and would be sadly missed.His partner, Sarah Hughes, also paid tribute to him, saying he had loved the club.You can watch Englands tour of Bangladesh, plus Premier League football and the Japan Grand Prix on Sky Sports. Upgrade now and enjoy three months at half price! Also See: Rangers video Rangers fixtures Rangers stats Sky Bet Club Get a ￡10 free bet! Alexander Edler Jersey . It was my fifth straight year attending and, as always, there are many interesting matters discussed as it pertains to the use of statistics in sports. Seventh Canuck Jersey . - The fiancee of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez is set to ask a judge to throw out allegations that she lied to a grand jury. http://www.cheapcanucksjerseys.com/. 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Security issues meant Sean Dyches side were unable to receive their trophy at The Valley and it was instead presented on the steps of Burnley Town Hall.Proceedings did not go entirely to plan, however, with two squad members, player-of-the-season Joey Barton and James Tarkowski, missing out on a medal during proceedings. WATCH: Bartons medal mix-up Joey Barton and James Tarkowski not awarded medals at Burnley title celebration No medal? Whats going on? Barton tweeted jokingly afterwards.Burnley later apologised for putting forward 27 players to collect medals when only 25 had been made available.Clarets players will now carry their silverware on the open-top bus parade through the town to celebrate their return to the Premier League, for what will be their third spell in the top-flight in the last seven years.Burnley went on a 23-match unbeaten league run up until the end of the season having last been beaten on Boxing Day to finish their campaign on 93 points, four clear of second-placed Middlesbrough and Brighton in third. Burnley boss Sean Dyche says his players have been absolutely incredible this season and deserved the title after their 3-0 win at Charlton Their task now is to improve on their Premier League record in the 2009/10 and 2014/15 seasons, which saw them relegated straight back to the second-tier of English football.ddddddddddddSpeaking ahead of the trophy presentation, Dyche admitted the symbiotic relationship between club and town means success for the Clarets offers a boost to the whole community.Winning and achieving brings a good feeling to everybody, particularly in a town like Burnley where the connection between the club and its fans is so important, he told Sky Sports News HQ. The champions bus waits outside Burnley Town Hall Ive been here three-and-a-half years and you get to learn what it is to be here. The club dominates the town and people respond to that.Dyche admits they will have to work hard next season to avoid coming straight back down from the Premier League for the third time in a row having battled to get there.We came runner-up last time [after being promoted to the top-flight] and worked very hard for that but we had a tough season in the Premier League, he added.We had to come out of it, remodel it and rethink it. Fantastic credit to my staff and players in getting us to where we are today.We have gone 23 [matches] unbeaten since Boxing Day and to go and win it is exceptional, I think. Also See: Burnley stalwart duff retires Weekend ups and downs WATCH Championship goals now Get ￡10 free bet! ' ' '