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World Cup-winning England goalkeeper Gordon Banks dies at 81 Tuesday, 12 February 2019
Gordon Banks, the goalkeeper who helped England win its only World Cup in 1966, dies at 81
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Former England goalkeeper Gordon Banks has died at the age of 81. He was part of England's World Cup winning team in 1966. Jacquie Beltrao joins has more.

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Emotional send-off for Banks [Video]Emotional send-off for Banks

Thousands turned out to say good-bye to Gordon Banks as his World Cup-winning teammates attended the legendary goalkeeper's funeral.

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Hundreds gathered at the bet365 Stadium to pay tribute to 1966 World Cup winner Gordon Banks ahead of his funeral on Monday. The former England goalkeeper died, aged 81, on February 12 and was laid to..

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Fans pay tribute to Gordon Banks during funeral procession [Video]Fans pay tribute to Gordon Banks during funeral procession

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Butland wears Banks tribute kit [Video]Butland wears Banks tribute kit

Stoke's Jack Butland wears a plain green jersey as a tribute to ex-England goalkeeper Gordon Banks.

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