Bolton and England striker Nat Lofthouse has died at the age of 85.
Lofthouse was a Bolton legend, playing over 450 league matches for his one and only club as well as taking on a number of roles with the Trotters after he stopped playing such as chief coach, chief scout, caretaker manager and club president.
He was one of the leading strikers of his generation, scoring 285 league and domestic cup goals for Bolton as well as 30 goals in 33 games for England.
Lofthouse captained Bolton in two FA Cup finals, claiming a winner's medal in 1958, while he earned the title ‘Lion of Vienna’ after a fearless display in England’s 3-2 victory over Austria in 1952.
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