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Former Manchester United player Ray Wilkins dies aged 61

Former Manchester United player Ray Wilkins has died aged 61, in recent days his family suggested that he was in a bad way, he was placed in an induced coma after suffering a heart attack and sadly passed away today April 4th.

 

Wilkins played for many teams in his career playing first with Chelsea then Manchester United, he appeared for AC Milan 73 times and PSG in which he played 13 times.

He came back to England and played for Rangers and then QPR in which he played 155 games.

His international career kicked off in 1976 in which he appeared 84 times.

After he hung up his boots Wilkins turned to management, first managing QPR and then Fulham, he then became an assistant manager at several clubs and with Chelsea three times.

After his time in management came to an end, he turned to media and worked at several outlets such as Sky Sports and on radio.

 

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