Former Chelsea and England goalkeeper Peter Bonetti has died aged 78 after a long-term illness.
Nicknamed 'The Cat' due to his quick reflexes, Bonetti made 729 appearances for Chelsea across two spells and was also part of the England squad that won the World Cup on home soil in 1966.
He eventually collected a World Cup winners' medal in 2009 alongside the other non-playing members of Sir Alf Ramsey's squad.
Bonetti - who earned seven senior England caps in total - also represented Dundee United and Woking during his playing career and had a stint in the United States with the NASL's St. Louis Stars before retiring and becoming a goalkeeping coach.
"Chelsea Football Club is hugely saddened to announce the passing today of one of our indisputably all-time great players, Peter Bonetti," Chelsea said in a statement.
"Our former goalkeeper had been suffering from long-term illness. All at Chelsea wish to send our heartfelt and deepest condolences to Peter’s family and friends."