English football today was deeply shocked by the death of one of the game's legends, Norman Hunter, who played in 28 games for England, and was among the primary squad that culminated in the only world title in the English soccer treasures, the 1966 World Cup held on their land and among their fans.
Hunter also played 540 games for the historic Leeds team in his golden period decades ago, and has led to many titles. Leeds announced, through a press release, the death of Hunter, 76, after a bitter and brief struggle with the Corona virus, which he admitted to hospital last week, to announce his death today. Hunter married Susan two years after winning the World Cup, and he has two sons, and has undergone some short-lived training experiences.
Many old and present players, coaches and officials in England expressed their grief over Hunter's death, and expressed this through messages of condolence to his family through their accounts on social media, including the famous goalkeeper Peter Shelton.