England has announced the passing of former goalkeeper Tony Waiters at the age of 83.
Waiters won five England caps in 1964 as Alf Ramsey sought back up for Gordon Banks ahead of the World Cup two years later. Waiters featured for Blackpool, making 250 appearances, and finished his career at Burnley in 1970 before he joined managed at Plymouth.
He helped Plymouth to earn a promotion from the Third Division and led Argyle to the League Cup semi-finals between 1972 and 1977.
"We're sad to learn that Tony Waiters, who won five caps for the #ThreeLions in 1964, has died at the age of 83. Our thoughts and sympathies are with Tony's family, friends, and former clubs," England national team paid tribute to Waiters.
Waiters, was in charge of Canada as they qualified for the 1986 World Cup, managed Vancouver Whitecaps before having two spells as the national coach of Canada.
We're sad to learn that Tony Waiters, who won five caps for the #ThreeLions in 1964, has died at the age of 83.— England (@England) November 10, 2020
Our thoughts and sympathies are with Tony's family, friends and former clubs. pic.twitter.com/Y4VBrXUtti