Terry Cooper started out as a left-winger and brought his wing-play qualities to bear as he became the best left-back in the country, earning the first of 20 England caps in a 5-0 thumping of France at Wembley in 1969.
He played in all four matches at the Mexico World Cup in the following year and made his last appearance against Portugal in a Euro Qualifier at Wembley in 1974, his former Leeds United manager Don Revie bringing him back to the side after a three-year gap.
A Yorkshireman, he had a trial with Wolves before turning pro’ with Leeds at 17. He won a League Championship, a League Cup, two Fairs Cups and played on the losing side in the 1970 FA Cup Final.
An overlapping full-back showing dash and skill, he was injured two years after Mexico and missed out on further honours. He later turned out for Middlesbrough and Bristol City, managing the latter for six years.