Cobh Ramblers, Nottingham Forest, Manchester United and Celtic.
Liverpool, Aston Villa, Liverpool, Aston Villa, Coventry City, Walsall, Republic of Ireland
1973-1980 Arsenal, 1980-1982 Juventus, 1982-1984 Sampdoria, 1984-1986 Inter Milan, 1986-1987 Ascoli, 1987-1990 West Ham United
1981-1982 St Patrick's Athletic, 1982-1989 Manchester United, 1989-1996 Aston Villa, 1996-1997 Derby County, 1997-1998 Sheffield United
Division 1 and Irish International Footballer
7th Nov 1934 â€“ 18th Oct 2010, Welsh international footballer and Tottenham Hotspur star, was part of the Welsh side to take Wales through to the 1958 World Cup quarter finals against Brazil in Sweden
English football player, scored 60 league goals in 1927-28 (1907-1980)
D.2018. Played for Blackpool and England and managed Leeds United.
D.2018 aged 59. Capped for England five times, he played top-flight football in the late 1970s and 19080s for WBA and Coventry, at a time when racism was rife in English football, he endured taunts and insults from home and away fans alike. Now seen not only as sports role-model but as an example in the fight against racism. A campaigner for Water Aid in Africa.
1937 - 2019. Goalkeeper for England in 1966 and 1970 World Cups, awarded FIFA Goalkeeper of the year 6 times.