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Leeds legend and England World Cup winner Norman Hunter admitted to hospital after testing positive for coronavirus

talkSPORT Friday, 10 April 2020
Leeds legend Norman Hunter has been admitted to hospital after testing positive for COVID-19, the Championship club have announced. The 76-year-old, who was also part of England’s World Cup winning squad in 1966, made more than 500 appearances for the Whites over a career spanning nearly two decades. Leeds confirmed the news via a club […]
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