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REAL MADRID

Manuel Sanchís Sr: Real Madrid great dies aged 79

The legendary defender, who was part of Real Madrid's European Cup-winning team in 1966, passed away in the Spanish capital on Saturday.

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Born in Alberique, near Valencia, he spent four years at Condal, Barcelona's 'B' team at the time, before playing for Valladolid for three seasons. He then signed for Real Madrid.

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He joined Real Madrid in 1964, at the age of 26.

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Sanchís with his family.

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Sanchís poses with his son, Manolo Sanchís Jr, who would also go on to win the European Cup as a Real Madrid player.

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Sanchís in action for Real against Atlético Madrid.

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Seen here posing with Real Madrid's 1966/67 league title, he won four Spanish championships with Los Blancos. From left to right: Betancort, Calpe, De Felipe, Sanchis, Miguel Muñoz, Pirri, Zoco, Araquistain (back row). Amancio, Felix, Grosso, Velázquez and Gento (front row).

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He was part of the Real Madrid side dubbed the 'ye-ye' team, a nickname inspired by the chorus of the Beatles song 'She Loves You', after posing for this photopraph in wigs imitating the group's iconic hairstyle.

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Sanchís (back row, fourth from left) and the rest of the Real Madrid team pose with the 1966 European Cup.

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Sanchis (second from right) with Calpe, Zunzunegui and De Felipe.

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He won 11 caps for Spain.

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He appeared for Spain at the 1966 World Cup, scoring in a 2-1 group-stage win over Switzerland.

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After leaving Real Madrid, Sanchís (right) spent two seasons with Córdoba.

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Manuel Sanchís retired from playing at the age of 34.

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