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Ray Wilkins’ career in numbers

Wilkins won 84 caps for England during his playing career.

Ray Wilkins’ career in numbers

Former Chelsea captain and England midfielder Ray Wilkins has died in hospital following a cardiac arrest aged 61.

Here, Press Association Sport takes a look back at some of the numbers behind his football career.

825,000 – transfer fee in pounds when Wilkins was signed by Manchester United from Chelsea during the summer of 1979.

17 – age when making his first-team debut for Chelsea, having just turned professional, when he came on as a substitute in the 3-0 win over Norwich at Stamford Bridge during October 1973.

11 – clubs played for, which also took in spells at AC Milan, Paris St Germain, Rangers – and Leyton Orient.

1986 – at the World Cup finals in Mexico, Wilkins was shown a red card during the match against Morocco, becoming the fourth England player to be sent off.

198 – appearances for Chelsea before he left for Old Trafford.

84 – number of England caps won.

12 – goals for Chelsea in all competitions during the 1975/76 season which made Wilkins the club’s top scorer.

1997 – the year when Wilkins became the manager of Fulham, with former England team-mate Kevin Keegan as chief operating officer at the then third-tier club.

10 – number of goals for Manchester United, including a fine curling effort in the 1983 FA Cup final draw against Brighton at Wembley, which ended 2-2.

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