England international football goalkeeper, Raymond Neal Clemence, who was a former goalkeeper in Liverpool dies at the age of 72.
His death was announced by Liverpool in a statement on their official website on Sunday.
The statement in part reads:
“Liverpool Football Club is deeply saddened by the passing of Reds legend Ray Clemence, aged 72. “The former goalkeeper, rated by many as the greatest ever to represent Liverpool between the posts, won practically everything – often multiple times – across his 13 years and 665 appearances in the first team.”
Clemence was signed by former Liverpool manager, Bill Shankly as the Reds dominated the 1970s.
He ultimately became kings of Europe under Bob Paisley.
Clemence won three European Cups, five league titles, two UEFA Cups, a UEFA Super Cup, an FA Cup, and a League Cup during his time at Liverpool.