Ray Wilkins memorial LIVE: Lampard and Southgate at service 

Ray Wilkins memorial LIVE: Frank Lampard and Gareth Southgate join footballing legends at service

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The world of football has gathered today to remember Chelsea FC legend Ray Wilkins. 

The former AC Milan, Manchester United and Rangers player died last month after a heart attack, aged 61. 

His playing career spanned three decades and he starred for clubs in four different countries. After retiring from football in 1997, he became a manager and coach, most recently at Aston Villa. 

Football legends including Frank Lampard and Gareth Southgate were among those at the service in London. 

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Tributes flood in for Ray Wilkins after death

Figures from across the beautiful game praised his qualities as a player and a man today after his family released a statement announcing his death last month.

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OBITUARY: Ray Wilkins was a cerebral footballer who never lost touch with the fans

Ray Wilkins’ career took him from being Chelsea captain aged 18 to AC Milan, PSG and the World Cup.

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Ray Wilkins was living alone when he died

It emerged at the weekend that the football hero was living by himself when he died after a heart attack, but a friend said he was close to patching things up with his wife.

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Memorial service held for late Chelsea and England hero Ray Wilkins

John Terry, Roy Hodgson and Gianfranco Zole were also in attendance for Chelsea legend Wilkins, who died on April 4 after a heart attack

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Frank Lampard and Gareth Southgate were among mourners from across football at the memorial service for Ray Wilkins at St Luke’s and Christ Church in central London today.

 

 

 

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