Former Leeds United and Ex-England Trevor Cherry as died at the age of 72

Leeds United has confirmed the death of their former defender, Trevor Cherry who passed away at the age of 72.

The Ex-England international death was “suddenly and unexpectedly” according to his former club.

Trevor joined the former from Huddersfield in 1972 and he also won a league championship in 1974.

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He made 486 appearances for Leeds United

He has 27 caps for England and was part of the 1980 European Championship squad. He was a one time captain for the English National team.

Cherry, was also player-manager at Bradford, where he played 92 matches.

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He managed at Valley Parade from 1982 to 1985, with former Leeds team-mate Terry Yorath as his assistant.

Cherry guided the club to the Third Division title in 1985, a promotion overshadowed by the tragedy of the Bradford fire disaster on the final day of the season, in which 56 supported

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