Ray Wilson, World Cup Winner With England, Dies At 83

Ray Wilson, World Cup winner with England, dies at 83

Ray Wilson, the left back in all six of England's games in its World Cup-winning campaign in 1966, has died. He was 83. Huddersfield announced Wilson's death on Wednesday. The … Click to Continue »

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