Tony Grealish, the man who led Brighton and Hove Albion out at the FA Cup final against Manchester United in 1983, has died.
He was 56 and had been suffering from cancer. The Irish international played 121 times for the Seagulls and, most famously, was the man chosen by boss Jimmy Melia as stand-in skipper for the cup final.
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