Few players, managers or coaches have had such a wide-ranging, globe-trotting, incident-packed career in the game as Dagenham-born Terry Venables.
He was an influential midfielder with Chelsea, Tottenham, QPR and Crystal Palace, winning two England caps - against Belgium and Holland towards the end of 1964.
Then he managed Palace, QPR, Tottenham, Barcelona - where he picked up the nickname El Tel - and Leeds. He was also involved at club level with Portsmouth and Middlesbrough, and had spells as coach of England and Australia.
Along the way, there were FA Cup wins as a player and manager with Tottenham (1967 and 1991) a Spanish League title and a losing European Cup Final when Barcelona were beaten on penalties by Steaua Bucharest.
One of his finest hours came during Euro '96 when England, amid a wall of sound at Wembley which Venables said he had never experienced before, crushed Holland 4-1 in a group match with an accomplished attacking performance rewarded by two goals each from Alan Shearer and Teddy Sheringham.
Between 1994-96 Venables had a record of 11 wins, 11 draws and one defeat in charge of the national team.
He had another spell in the England fold when he was appointed assistant to Head Coach Steve McClaren in 2006.