Former WBA winger Clark dies
Former West Brom winger Clive Clark has died at the age of 73, the club has announced.
Clark, known as 'Chippy', made 351 starts and scored 98 goals for the Baggies from 1961-69.
His career highlights included featuring in the club's 1966 League Cup final success, top-scoring with 29 the following season and helping the club to FA Cup glory in 1968.
He also played in the League Cup final defeat of 1967.
Born in Leeds, Clark joined Albion for a club record £20,000 from QPR in 1961. He returned to the London club later in his career and also had spells at Preston, Southport and Telford as well as playing in the United States.
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