Mourners paid tribute to Shirebrook’s World Cup winner Ray Wilson this afternoon.
They gathered in Huddersfield where he first made his name as a footballer.
The 1966 hero was born in Derbyshire before going on to star for Huddersfield Town and Everton.
The left-back, who died after a battle with dementia aged 83, played for England 63 times and was the side’s oldest player in the 4-2 win over West Germany in the World Cup Final.
After he retired from the game he ran an undertakers and enjoyed a low profile live in the Huddersfield area.