The Ministry of Defence has named a soldier killed by a member of the Afghan army in Helmand Province on September 11th.
Captain Walter Reid Barrie from The Royal Scots Borders, 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment, was taking part in a football match between British soldiers and members of the Afghan National Army when he was shot at close range.
Captain Barrie was a Football Association trained coach and a passionate supporter of Rangers Football Club.
His wife Sonia said that her husband was "a great man, a doting and amazing father and a fantastic husband. He was much loved and will be missed by many."
He also leaves behind a 15-year-old son Callum.
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