Paul Futcher: Grimsby Town and Barnsley legend dies at the age of 60

Paul Futcher
Paul Futcher played professionally alongside his twin brother Ron at four different clubs

Former Luton, Barnsley and Grimsby defender Paul Futcher has died at the age of 60.

He started his career with Chester before moving to the Hatters along with twin brother Ron in 1974.

The ex-England Under-21 international became the most expensive defender in English football when he moved to Manchester City for £350,000 in 1978.

He spent six seasons with the Tykes before three with the Mariners, helping them win promotion to the second tier.

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