Ray Wilkins

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Just heard that Ray Wilkins has died at the age of 61. Quality player and gentleman. Thoughts are with his family at this sad time.
 

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Very well spoken and by all accounts a real gentleman. Very good coach, and a sad loss!

Thoughts go to his family at this time.
 

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Very sad news.
One of footballs gentlemen and a great player.
Rest in peace Ray
 

Steve McAvoy

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Very sad news.
One of footballs gentlemen and a great player.
Rest in peace Ray
Watched him play as captain of Chelsea when he was aged about 19. During the game he told a young girl autograph hunter he would sign later. After the final whistle he went straight across to give her his autograph. Sums him up as a person, I think. RIP.
 

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I only ever saw him play for QPR against us i think in 96?
RIP
 

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Terrible shame and a sad loss to the football family. As said above he was a true gent and always had time for people around him.
Condolences to his wife and family.
Ray, you will be sadly missed.
 

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Had the pleasure of seeing him play a few times for the Gers and he was a class player and always came across as a gentlemen too.

Sad news
 

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May he RIP...

Such a soft, well spoken gent who, IMHO, was one of only a handful of footballers you could really look up to and see exactly how to conduct yourself.

Life is precious and can turn on a sixpence.

Thoughts with his family, friends and colleagues.
 

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Loved him on the radio.
Always think of when asked "How are you?" he would answer "Dangerously well"...
 

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Real shame, seemed a nice bloke. Was good on Football Italia and throwing the ball at the ref was the highlight of Mexico 86.
 

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Such a shame.
I listen to talkSPORT most days and always felt happier when I heard he was on whatever show I was listening to at the time.

Always spoke sensibly, and was a real advocate for giving “young men” an opportunity in first teams.

I don’t really remember him as a player, but from everything I’ve seen and read it seems he was some player and better than I probably realised he was from my limited memories.
 

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I remember him becoming the first Englishman to be sent off at the World Cup Finals - utterly out of character!
 
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