Former England manager Terry Venables who had a highly-successful football club managerial career too with Crystal Palace, QPR, Barcelona and Tottenham, has died aged 80.
The Dagenham-born midfielder won the Spanish La Liga title with Barcelona in 1984 as a manager.
Venables made an unforgettable run to the semi-finals of Euro 96 with the The Three Lions.
He also made more than 500 appearances for Chelsea, Tottenham, QPR and Crystal Palace as a player.
A statement from his family said: "We are totally devastated by the loss of a wonderful husband and father who passed away peacefully yesterday after a long illness.
"We would ask that privacy be given at this incredibly sad time to allow us to mourn the loss of this lovely man who we were so lucky to have had in our lives."
Tottenham have issued a statement sending their condolences to Venables’ family and said the team will wear black armbands for this afternoons kick-off against Aston Villa and the fans will applaud his memory at the start of the match in a one minute tribute.