May 27, 2024

Terry Venables, the former manager of QPR, Tottenham, and Barcelona, and the key figure behind England’s memorable journey to the semi-finals of Euro 96, has passed away at the age of 80. In addition to his successful coaching career, which included stints with Crystal Palace, QPR, Barcelona, and Tottenham, Venables also had an extensive playing career, amassing over 500 appearances for Chelsea, Tottenham, QPR, and Crystal Palace.

The family of Venables expressed their profound grief, stating that he peacefully passed away after a prolonged illness. They requested privacy during this sorrowful period to allow them to mourn the loss of their beloved husband and father.

Richard Bevan, the chief executive of the LMA (League Managers Association), conveyed deep sadness at the news, acknowledging Terry Venables as a former LMA President and member. Bevan extended condolences to Yvette and all of Venables’ family, expressing sympathy during this challenging time.

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