Howard Kendall Wiki,Biography,Age Details| Died at The age of 69: Howard Kendall was a popular English footballer and manager, who died at the age of 69 on October 17, 2015. He guided the club to league championships in 1984-85 and 1986-87. He was most famous for his connection to Everton, a club that he both played for and managed. He also played for Preston North End, Stoke City, Birmingham City, Blackburn Rovers and managed Athletic Bilbao, Manchester City, Xanthi, Notts County, Sheffield United and Ethnikos Piraeus. His uncle Harry Taylor played for Newcastle United and Fulham in the 1950s.
Howard Kendall Wiki,Biography,Age Details| Died at The age of 69
Howard Kendall Wiki and Bio:
He was born on May 22, 1946.
He played more than 200 times for the club as a player, winning the title in 1969-70. In his six years career as manager between 1981 and 1987, the club won the FA Cup and the Cup Winners’ Cup.
Kendall’s former players have been quick to pay tribute. Gary Lineker tweeted: “Saddened to hear that Howard Kendall has passed away. Brilliantly managed the best club side I ever played for at Everton. Great bloke.”
Don Hutchinson described him as “the best manager I’ve ever played for” while Neville Southall, Everton’s goalkeeper throughout the 1980s, tweeted: “A great manager an even greater man. What ever I did was solely down to him. Gentleman , friend, mentor. Will miss him. Gutted.”