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Tributes are being paid to former Derby manager Dave Mackay who has died aged 80.
He won the league with Derby and also managed Nottingham Forest, Walsall and Birmingham City.
The ex-midfielder passed away at Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham on Monday.
Dave Mackay was a proper footballer who played hard and fair nobody messed with him just see that iconic Billy Bremner pic for proof :)
Really sad news about Dave Mackay , a true childhood hero of mine RIP Dave
Woke up to this sad news, Legend Of The Lane Dave Mackay passed away yesterday. (Love this pic). 1934-2015. R.I.P. http://t.co/GefP9GyNc5
Former Derby County footballer and manager Dave Mackay has died aged 80.
During his playing days Mackay won the double with Tottenham Hotspur during an illustrious playing career, and later won the league with Derby as a manager in 1975.
He also managed Nottingham Forest, Walsall and Birmingham City.
Spurs confirmed the news in an official statement on their website, saying that the ex-midfielder passed away at Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham on Monday.
He also represented Scotland 22 times, and was described by George Best as: “The hardest man I have ever played against – and certainly the bravest.”
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