FA Cup hero dies
IAN Porterfield, the man whose goal sunk Don Revie's Leeds United in the 1973 FA Cup final, has died.The 61-year-old's goal for Sunderland led to one of the biggest cup upset's in history.
IAN Porterfield, the man whose goal sunk Don Revie's Leeds United in the 1973 FA Cup final, has died.
The 61-year-old's goal for Sunderland led to one of the biggest cup upset's in history.
Porterfield was diagnosed with colon cancer earlier this year and died in a Surrey hospice last night.
He turned to management after his playing career finished.
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A former Chelsea manager, Porterfield had been in charge of the Armenian national side until just before his death.
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