Ray Wilson (83), who in 1966 with the English national team the world CHAMPIONSHIP won, at the age of 83 died. Reports that his former team Huddersfield Town on Wednesday.
The left rear knocked in 1966 with the Three Lions West Germany 4-2 in the world cup final at Wembley.
The majority of his career played Wilson for Huddersfield Town before moving to Everton left. With the Toffees, he won also in 1966 the FA Cup. Furthermore, he defended the colours of Oldham and Bradford City.
“Until recently, Ray along with his oldest son, Russell regularly at home games for the Terriers, despite his battle against Alzheimer’s disease”, as it sounds on the website of Huddersfield Town.
On the website of Everton falls to read that Wilson “is without any doubt one of the best players was that the blue shirt have worn”.