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Former England and Tottenham striker Jimmy Greaves dies at 81.

Former England footballer passes away

Category : Obituaries
Published on: September 22 2021 Share on facebook

·        Jimmy Greaves: Former England and Tottenham striker dies at 81

·         Greaves started his career with Chelsea before having spells at AC Milan, Spurs and West Ham.

·         He scored 44 goals in 57 matches for England and was a member of the 1966 World Cup winning team.

·         He holds the record for most goals scored in the English top flight with 357, and scored 266 runs in 379 appearances for Tottenham.

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