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An inquest is to be resumed today into the death of a former England football mascot who was stabbed to death while on holiday in Greece.
Robert Sebbage, 18, from Tadley, Basingstoke, Hampshire, was killed on the island of Zante on July 13.
Mr Sebbage was on holiday with eight friends when he was killed during their last night out when the group got into an argument with two taxi drivers.
Four others were also stabbed during the incident.
Mr Sebbage's parents, Andy and Rhian, flew out to Greece and returned with their son's body.
The funeral took place on August 4 at St Mary's Church in Basingstoke with two of his brothers among those carrying his coffin into the service.
The Reading fan walked out as an England mascot at Wembley with David Beckham in June 2007.
Taxi driver Stelios Morfis, 21, has been charged with the murder of Mr Sebbage. Another man, Dimosthenes Mylonas, 25, has been charged as an accomplice.