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Former Arsenal, West Brom and England player Don Howe dies, aged 80

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Former Arsenal and West Brom full-back Don Howe has died, aged 80.

Howe won 23 caps for England and was in the backroom staff of managers Ron Greenwood, Sir Bobby Robson and Terry Venables.

He is also remembered for managing both the Gunners and the Baggies, as well as QPR and Turkish giants Galatasaray.

Football Association chairman Greg Dyke said: "It is terribly sad news and our thoughts are with Don's family at this time."

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