Banks of England: England World Cup winning goalkeeper Gordon dies aged 81
Tuesday, 12 February 2019 World Cup-winning goalkeeper with England in 1966, Gordon Banks has died aged 81. Banks played 73 times for England and won a League Cup winners medal while at Stoke, however, in 1972, his playing career was brought to an abrupt end after he met with a car accident and lost sight in one eye.
Archive footage of former England goalkeeper Gordon Banks recalling his memories of winning the 1966 World Cup in 2017. Filmed April 26, 2017. England’s World Cup-winning goalkeeper Gordon Banks has died at the age of 81, his former club Stoke have announced. The news was revealed in a statement...
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