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Wolves legend Wagstaffe dies aged 70

Former Manchester City and Wolves winger Dave Wagstaffe has died at the age of 70 after a short illness.

Dave Wagstaffe came through the youth ranks at Manchester City.
Dave Wagstaffe came through the youth ranks at Manchester City.

Wagstaffe came through the youth system at City, but went on to spend 12 years at Molineux.

He made 324 league appearances for Wolves and helped them beat his former club City to win the League Cup in 1974 and also played in the 1972 UEFA Cup final loss to Tottenham.

He left Wolves in 1976 to begin the first of two spells at Blackburn, during which he became the first player in English football to receive a red card.

"Everyone at Wolves was desperately saddened to hear of Dave's passing this afternoon," Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey told the club's official website.

"Our sincere condolences go to Dave's partner Val, their children, Gary, Mandy and Scott, and Dave's wider family.

"Everybody at the club and supporters will get the chance to join together to pay tribute to Dave ahead of our game with Gillingham on Saturday."

Information from the Press Association was used in this report.

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