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Norman Hunter: Leeds United legend dies from coronavirus

Norman Hunter, one of Leeds United’s most successful players and a member of England’s 1966 World Cup-winning squad, has died from coronavirus aged 76. 
The commanding centre-back won two league titles with Leeds during their most successful era, as well as an FA Cup and League Cup. Hunter did not play during England’s run to the 1966 World Cup final, but he was awarded a medal in 2009 along with other squad players and backroom staff

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    What a tragedy!!!!

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    RIP WILL BE MISS

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    Thanks for the wonderful memories, Norman. The best.

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    What a player, a legend.R.I.P.

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    Love you Norman. Watched you at Elland Road and on telly over the years. Fantastic player and lovely man. Rest in peace.

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    Leeds ARE going up Norman.
    RIP

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    What a player and what a great guy by all accounts rest easy Norman MOT.

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    RIP Norman 😢 true gentleman and an absolute legend 💛💙

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    Cidre ราชาน้ําอัดลม

    Rip leeds united legent

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    yishwerer karadapanddy

    Legend

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    To all Norman's family and friends. To all Leeds fans. Sorry for your loss. I wish you all well in these times. Millwall jay. Keep safe.

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    Rest in peace Norman Hunter respect millwall x

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    RIP Hard man

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