- Mon May 21 4:29 AM
Telegraph.co.uk The Irish border issue is being “cynically and recklessly exploited” by Remainers who want to keep the UK tied to the European Union, senior Tory and Democratic Unionist Party politicians say today. Backbench Conservative MPs have been warned privately
- Mon May 21 3:23 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Booming boot brand Dr Martens has poached the boss of Cath Kidston to lead the next stage of its remarkable revival. Kenny Wilson, who has spearheaded the floral fashion designer's overseas expansion, is understood to have agreed a deal that will see and more »
- Fri May 18 3:38 PM
SkySports Gordon Banks and Peter Shilton pay tribute to Ray Wilson, member of England's 1966 World Cup winning team. Watch Next. Giggs hopes Madrid beat Liverpool · Watch Now · Warne hails Rotherham spirit · Watch Now. Vaulks relishing Wembley showdown.
- Fri May 18 3:38 PM
SkySports England World Cup winner Ray Wilson MBE has died at the age of 83. The former left-winger was a key member of the 1966-winning team and won 63 caps in total for his country. Wilson, who had battled Alzheimer's disease, made 283 appearances for and more »
- Fri May 18 9:59 AM
José Mourinho’s dig at Antonio Conte has diverted attention from the FA Cup final’s pivotal confrontation in which Chelsea’s midfield could be overrun by Manchester United “I’m not, ” José Mourinho said after Manchester United’s home win over Liverpool in March, “the kind of mechanic coach that s...
- Wed May 16 11:27 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Ray Wilson has become the third of England's 1966 World Cup-winning team to die following a long battle against Alzheimer's Disease. The left-back - oldest member of Sir Alf Ramsey's team - was not well enough to attend the 50th anniversary dinner two and more »
- Wed May 16 11:20 PM
Arguably England’s greatest left-back, Ray died on Tuesday night, aged 83, following a long battle with the disease
- Wed May 16 10:56 PM
SkySports Ray Wilson, one of the 1966 World Cup winners who hoisted captain Bobby Moore on their shoulders in the iconic photograph, has died aged 83. Watch Next. Ray Wilson at '66 World Cup final · Watch Now · 'Fast, strong and a gentleman' · Watch Now.
- Wed May 16 10:03 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Ray Wilson, who has died aged 83, was the left back in the England team that won the World Cup in 1966. Slight of build, but muscular and blessed with great pace, Wilson was, in the opinion of many observers, the most complete left-side full back ever and more »
- Wed May 16 9:46 PM
It takes a special kind of courage to open the door and invite a reporter and photographer inside to produce a feature about your husband when he is in the advanced stages of Alzheimer’s.
- Wed May 16 9:41 PM
The former Three Lions left-back played 63 times for his country, and was the oldest member of the World Cup winning team in 1966
- Wed May 16 9:32 PM
Wilson's passing was announced as Gareth Southgate revealed his squad for this summer's World Cup
- Wed May 16 6:02 PM
His last ever interview was conducted with Sportsmail's Matt Barlow in January 2017. Below is the brilliant piece with which Wilson spoke about his career and battle with Alzeihmer's disease.
- Wed May 16 5:47 PM
JEFF POWELL: Ask even the most avid football fans to name England’s only World Cup-winning team and the name most likely to elude them is that of Ray Wilson.
- Wed May 16 5:24 PM
England's World Cup winning left back, Ray Wilson, has died at the age of 83. Like his team mates, Martin Peters and our own Nobby Stiles, he had been battling dementia for years. Those of us who can remember that day in July 1966 will never forget his contribution to that victory. RIP. https://w...
- Wed May 16 3:59 PM
Pacy, mobile left-back who gave an extra attacking drive to the England World Cup-winning team of 1966 Ray Wilson, who has died aged 83, had the lowest profile of any player in England’s 1966 World Cup final-winning team, and generally liked to keep it that way. He was a fast, skilled, mobile lef...
- Wed May 16 2:55 PM
London (AFP) – Ray Wilson, a member of the England team that beat West Germany in the 1966 World Cup final, has died aged 83, former club Everton announced. An outstanding left-back, Wilson won 63 caps with 1966 a memorable year for him as he won the FA Cup with Everton at Wembley and a few weeks...
- Wed May 16 2:43 PM
• Wilson was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 2004 • Tributes paid by his former club’s Huddersfield and Everton England’s 1966 World Cup-winning left-back Ray Wilson has died at the age of 83, his former clubs Huddersfield and Everton have announced. Wilson was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s di...
- Wed May 16 2:41 PM
Everton Football Club is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Ray Wilson. Unquestionably one of the finest footballers to wear the royal blue jersey, Ray passed away on Tuesday evening, aged 83,
- Wed May 16 2:35 PM
ENGLAND World Cup winner Ray Wilson has passed away at the age of 83.
- Wed May 16 2:27 PM
England's 1966 World Cup-winning left-back Ray Wilson has died at the age of 83, his former clubs Huddersfield and Everton have announced.
- Wed May 16 2:17 PM
Former Huddersfield and Everton left-back Ray Wilson, a member of England's 1966 World Cup-winning team, dies, aged 83.
- Wed May 16 2:12 PM
ENGLAND World Cup winner Ray Wilson has sadly passed away aged 83.
- Wed May 16 2:10 PM
Tweet — Twitter API (@user) date Former full back Ray Wilson is also one of the two (other being Geoff Hurst) who are lifting the Bobby Moore in the iconic photograph post the 1966 World Cup final (the one on Moore’s left) which is now an iconic image of that World Cup win.
London Evening Standard
- Wed May 16 2:06 PM
World Cup winning former England footballer Ray Wilson has died aged 83.
- Wed May 16 2:00 PM
Wilson made his name at Huddersfield before spells at Everton, Oldham and Bradford City
- Wed May 16 2:00 PM
England World Cup winner Ray Wilson MBE has died at the age of 83.
The Tomkins Times
- Wed May 16 1:11 PM
I’ve heard it said – by Jonathan Wilson amongst others – that football managers usually only get a decade at the top. Indeed, I’d written a passage in my first book, back in 2005 (which at the time was about how Rafa Benítez was taking Liverpool into the modern age), discussing how the title-winn...