Cliff Morgan is tackled by Koch whilst playing for the British Lions against South Africa
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'Cliff Morgan the magnificent' remembered

Wales international and broadcaster Cliff Morgan, described as "one of rugby's greats" and "Morgan the magnificent", has died at the age of 83.

Rhondda-born Morgan became one of the nation's most talented fly-halves before a successful broadcasting career.

He was a respected commentator and a head of BBC outside broadcasts.

He won 29 caps for Wales from 1951 and captained the British Lions. Morgan had been ill for some time.

BBC Wales' Claire Summers looks back at his life and career.

Wales rugby great Cliff Morgan dies

  • 29 Aug 2013
  • From the section Wales
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