Leeds United legend Terry Cooper, an integral part of the most successful period in the club’s history, has died at the age of 77. Cooper enjoyed a 13-year career at Elland Road during which time he made 351 appearances and won a host of honours including the First Division title, the FA Cup and two Inter-Cities Fairs Cup. Following his time at Elland Road, Cooper had spells at Bristol City, Bristol Rovers and Doncaster Rovers, before moving into management where he took charge of both Bristol clubs and had spells in the Exeter City and Birmingham City dugouts.
In a statement confirming his sad passing, Leeds United said: Leeds United are devastated to learn of the passing of Terry Cooper at the age of 77. A club legend, Cooper amassed 351 appearances for the Whites, scoring 11 goals, during the Leeds’ most successful era to date. The thoughts of everyone at Leeds United are with Terry’s family and friends at this difficult time. Rest in peace, Terry.”
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