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Liverpool Legendary goalkeeper Ray Clemence has passed away

Sun 15 November 2020 | 17:45

Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and England goalkeeper Ray Clemence dies at 72.

Ray Clemence

was one of the greatest goalkeepers in the history of football and played an important role during

Liverpool

's rise to power in the 1970s.

Clemens moved to Anfield in 1967 and won

five league titles, one FA Cup, two UEFA Cups

and

three European Cups

with Liverpool.

After leaving Liverpool in 1981, Clemens moved to

Tottenham

and won

FA Cup

and

UEFA Cup

with the team. Clemens was diagnosed with

prostate cancer

in 2005 and has been working to raise awareness of the disease over the years.

Ray Clemence

also made 61 appearances for England, but if he had not been in the same era as Peter Shilton, the figure would have been much higher.

He passed away today, at the age of 72.


source: SportMob

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