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Pictures: Gary Speed's career in photos

Remembering the footballing great Gary Speed who has died at the age of 42.
The world of football is paying its respects to legendary footballer Gary Speed who has died at the age of 42.
Gary Speed holds up a Wales shirt with his name on the back
Speed's last game in charge of Wales came as they beat Norway 4-1 in November 2011. Gareth Bale is one of a new breed of Welsh stars that Gary nurtured as Wales manager.
Welsh players celebrate scoring against Norway
Aston Villa were one of the many teams that stood for a minute's silence in memory of Gary Speed over the weekend. Villa keeper Shay Given was a great friend of Gary's and was very upset at the match.
Aston Villa players stand for a moments silence in memory of Wales manger Gary Speed.
Speed was one of Wales' greatest players and represented his country 85 times - a record for an outfield player.
Gary Speed playing for Wales against Scotland
He also spent four years with Bolton Wanderers and became the first player to reach 500 Premier League appearances.
Gary Speed playing for Bolton
He became the manager of Sheffield United in August 2010.
Gary Speed at Sheffield United
He enjoyed a 22-year playing career - playing for loads of teams including Leeds, Everton and Newcastle.
Gary speed playing for Leeds, Everton and Newcastle
He was the manager of Wales when they played England during a Euro 2012 qualifying match in Cardiff. They lost 1-0 on the night but deserved more from the game.
Gary Speed awaiting kick off against England at the Millenium Stadium
In 1992 Gary Speed won the First Division title with Leeds. There he is at the front of the bus.
Gary Speed (centre) celebrates Leeds United winning the Championship trophy
Footballers, managers, politicians and members of the public were quick to pay tribute to Gary.
Tributes left for Gary Speed
Leeds United supporters gathered outside Elland Road football ground, leaving tributes in memory of their hero.
People gather around tributes outside Leeds United football ground in memory of Speed
In December 2010, he left his job at Sheffield United to take charge of Wales.
Gary Speed as Wales manager