Former England captain Ray Wilkins has passed away at the age of 61.
The ex-Chelsea and Manchester United star suffered a cardiac arrest last week and spent his final days in an induced coma at a hospital in south London.
Wilkins played for 12 clubs during his career, winning the FA Cup with United in 1983 and the Scottish title with Rangers in 1989.
Capped 84 times for England, the former midfielder is most commonly associated with Chelsea, having spent six years there as a player as well as having numerous stints as assistant manager and one as caretaker boss.
Wilkins also managed Queens Park Rangers, Fulham and the Jordan national team.