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    Default RIP Ray Wilson

    Another 66 hero bites the dust, Alzheimers took him. He was the oldest player in the starting 11 that glorious day in June. RIP Ray


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    Default Re: RIP Ray Wilson

    Born in Shirebrook great full back RIP Ray Wilson.


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    Default Re: RIP Ray Wilson

    RIP Ray, an outstanding player of his era.

    To say he was tough tackling is an understatement - not that he couldn't play too, being one of the first "overlapping" full-backs as I recall.


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    Default Re: RIP Ray Wilson

    Sad news indeed RIP Ray.


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    Default Re: RIP Ray Wilson

    How many of the 1966 squad are still alive?


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    Default Re: RIP Ray Wilson

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Sinister View Post
    How many of the 1966 squad are still alive?
    15 or the 22 man squad are still alive


 

 

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