Former England, Barcelona Coach, Died

Agencies – Sudan Events

Terry Venables, former England national team coach, has died on Saturday after a long illness at the age of 80.
The British newspaper “Daily Mail” published a statement issued by the Venables family, said: “We are in a very difficult situation following the loss of the wonderful husband and father who passed away peacefully yesterday after a long illness.
Venables played for Chelsea, Tottenham and Queens Park Rangers during his 15-year football career, and played two international matches with the England national team.
He led Crystal Palace from the third division to the first division in the late seventies, before leading Queens Park Rangers to the FA Cup final in 1982, even though the team was in the second division.
Terry Venables took over as Barcelona coach in 1984, where he won the Spanish League in 1985 and reached the European Cup final in 1986.

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