The Bishop of Coventry has announced that there will be a celebration of Cyrille Regis’ life and legacy in Coventry Cathedral.
The pioneering footballer, who played for a number of clubs in the Midlands, died suddenly from a heart attack last month, aged 59.
The service will take place on Sunday, 4 March at 4pm.
More than 4,500 fans gathered at The Hawthorns for a memorial service to celebrate the life of pioneering footballer Cyrille Regis.Read the full story ›
Fans have paid tribute to legendary footballer Cyrille Regis ahead of his funeral. He died suddenly from a heart attack, aged 59.Read the full story ›
Clubs, players and fans have been mourning the loss of Cyrille Regis over the weekend.
A book of condolence was opened at the Ricoh Arena for fans to remember one of their FA Cup final heroes.
Wolves and Villa also celebrated the life of a man who transcended football rivalries. And at Everton, where West Bromwich Albion were the visitors, there was an emotional minute's applause.
The former Coventry footballer died last Sunday at the age of 59.Read the full story ›
Brendon Batson had been planning to meet up with his friend Cyrille Regis before he died. The pair were part of the iconic 'Three Degrees'.Read the full story ›
Former West Bromwich Albion player Cyrille Regis has died aged 59.Read the full story ›
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