sport news Former England and Ipswich centre forward Paul Mariner dies aged 68

sport news Former England and Ipswich centre forward Paul Mariner dies aged 68
sport news Former England and Ipswich centre forward Paul Mariner dies aged 68
Paul Mariner, former England, Ipswich and Arsenal star, dies aged just 68 after brief battle with brain cancer as the world of football pays tribute to UEFA Cup and FA Cup-winning centre forward

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Former Ipswich and England striker Paul Mariner has died at the age of 68, the club has announced.

Mariner scored 139 goals in 339 games for Ipswich and was a member of their FA Cup winning side of 1978 and the team that won the UEFA Cup in 1981.

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He also earned 35 caps for England and scored 13 times for his country. 

'We regretfully inform you that Paul passed away peacefully on the 9th of July surrounded by his family, after a brief battle with brain cancer,' a family statement read

'We would like to

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