Tributes were paid to Leeds United legend Terry Cooper after he died at the age of 77.
The left-back, who won 20 caps for England, played 351 times for the club between 1964 and 1975, scoring 11 times.
One of those was the winning goal in the 1968 League Cup final against Arsenal and he played a key part in the club’s First Division title the following season.
A Leeds statement on their website read: “Leeds United are devastated to learn of the passing of Terry Cooper at the age of 77.
“A club legend, Cooper amassed 351 appearances for the Whites, scoring 11 goals, during Leeds’ most successful era to date.
“The thoughts of everyone at Leeds United are with Terry’s family and friends at this difficult time. Rest in peace, Terry.”
Tony Cascarino hailed Cooper while speaking about him on Weekend Sports Breakfast on Sunday.
He said: “I played under Jack Charlton and met a lot of the Leeds legends at the time.
“Terry Cooper was one of the great no nonsense left-backs in the history of football. He was fantastic for Leeds and had a great career there. Went on to manage at different clubs.
“Leeds United was his club. He was in the Don Revie era and as a kid I remembered them.
“The Chelsea/Leeds times and the battles between them, and Cooper was a part of that side.
“He’s a big loss.”
Cooper made his Three Lions debut in 1970 and was the first choice left-back at the World Cup in the same year.
He later went on to manage Bristol Rovers, Bristol City, Exeter (twice) and Birmingham.
Exeter tweeted: “Exeter City is deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Terry Cooper at the age of 77. Terry managed the Grecians to the Fourth Division championship in 1990. Our thoughts are with Terry’s friends and family.”