Discussion in 'Football Forum' started by pauldyson1uk, Mar 30, 2018.
That’s a shame. Fine under-appreciated player and a genuine gent by the many accounts.
Such a shame, but at least he can rest in peace now. A class player, like a Carrick (for those who can remember that long ago..). His Cup Final goal was one of the best ever, the stage, execution (use of both feet, comfortably) and the celebration is exactly what football is all about.
Check out this super strike for England against Belgium.
A proper player.
Ahhh that's sad, seemed a decent bloke
Rest in peace. Tragic.
I always liked him as a player and I enjoyed listening to him.
Very sad news.
Him and Robbo were a great midfield combination for us and England.
61 really is no age these days.
I live in the same village as him, it seems pretty surreal.
Incredibly sad news, a wonderful player in his time one that after a bit of a slow start with us developed into one of our best at that time. RIP
Shocking news Rest in peace Ray.
Terrible news RIP Ray
Dismal news, saw that Utd team quite a lot. I thought he was a proper quality player but maybe should have scored some more goals than he did.
What a terrible shame and so young. RIP
Ah shite .
RIP Ray - that's a real shame at his age. Excellent player and I always enjoyed listening to him speak about the game.
Very sad news, not without his problems in recent years but always seemed a really nice guy and enjoyed hearing his views on the radio. Excellent player for us in his 5 years at OT as well.
Well this is fecking shite.
Devastating news. Seemed a genuinely good man. RIP.
Terrible news. Genuinely seemed a good bloke and by all accounts was a great man. RIP
Rest in peace.
Sad news, R.I.P.
RIP. Feels weird seeing him on TV often recently and knowing now he's gone.
One of an increasingly rare breed of ex-players who go into punditry and commentary and actually offer insight worth listening to.
Terribly sad, had been hoping he would pull through. Feel particularly moved by this news, and always felt affinity to Ray, which speaks volumes for his character, can tell he was one of the nicest men in football.
Terrible news. RIP Ray
No age at all, RIP.
Rest In Peace, Ray.
61 is too young.
Really sad news. Was hoping he’d pull through, RIP Ray.
Shocking news RIP Ray. He was definitely one of the better pundits and obviously a brilliant player back in the day.
Always enjoyed listening to him.
Just a couple of weeks ago he was on Sky Sports. Sad news, 61 is so young. R.I.P
Sad to see him go at a young age. Going to be strange not seeing him in the football world.
Far too young.
Very sad news. Part of the first United team I remember (and England) and has been around in football ever since. A classy player and by all accounts a classy person.
RIP. So young. Never saw him play as he was before my time but he was always a gentleman whenever I saw him on the box.
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