But in English football. Ray Clemens, who is considered one of the greatest goalkeepers of the 20th century in the British kingdom, has died at the age of 72 from an illness, his family announced today (Sunday). Clemens left behind a wife and three children.
His golden turn was with Liverpool under the guidance of Bill Shankly and then the legendary Bob Paisley. With the Reds he won five championships and also three European Champions Cups in 1977, 1978 and 1981. Clemens also picked up one English Cup and League Cup and won twice the UEFA Cup in the ranks of Liverpool, and once in the European Super Cup.
Clemens, who began his career at Skontorp, represented the England team 61 times between 1972 and 1983 and struggled with the legendary Peter rule over the jersey during the period. Unfortunately he served as the second violin to power at Euro 1980 and then at the 1982 World Cup and was not a partner in major tournaments.
The goalkeeper of the Three Lions team left Liverpool in 1981 after 14 years and 470 appearances. He joined Tottenham with which he won the English Cup in 1982 and the UEFA Cup in 1984. After retiring in 1988 as a result of an Achilles injury, the goalkeeper joined the Roosters’ coaching staff and worked for the English Association from 1996 to 2007.
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