All at the Bugle join with football fans across the world in mourning the passing of Peter Broadbent, who died yesterday, aged 80, at a nursing home in Himley.
The midfielder was the workhorse that drove the Wolves team on to win three league championship in 1954, 1958 and 1959 and the FA Cup in 1960. He also scored Wolves' first goal in European competition, against FC Shalke 04 in November 1958.
Regarded by many as the best player ever to wear the old gold and black, he won seven England caps and was an inspiration to the young George Best and Alex Ferguson.
He left Wolves in 1965 and joined Shrewsbury Town, later playing for Aston Villa, Stockport County and Bromsgrove Rovers. After retiring from football he opened a baby-wear shop in Halesowen.
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