11 Facts About Ray Wilkins

1. On 28 March 2018, Ray Wilkins had a cardiac arrest resulting in a fall and was placed into an induced coma at St George's Hospital in Tooting.

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2. In July 2016, Ray Wilkins was given a four-year ban for drink driving.

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3. Throughout his life, Ray Wilkins was known by his childhood nickname of "Butch".

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4. In the 1990s Ray Wilkins was part of the team that contributed to the Football Italia show that aired on Channel 4.

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5. On 26 October 2015, Ray Wilkins was sacked along with Tim Sherwood and the rest of the coaching team.

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6. On 3 September 2014, Ray Wilkins was appointed as the new head coach of Jordan.

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7. On 30 December 2013, Ray Wilkins was appointed assistant head coach of Fulham.

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8. From 2003 to 2005, Ray Wilkins assisted former Chelsea player Dennis Wise in his managing of Millwall, but announced his exit when he took exception at Dave Bassett being hired in the coaching staff.

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9. In his first year there, Ray Wilkins played 28 Serie A games to bring the team to fifth in the league and won a runner-up medal in the Coppa Italia.

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10. In 1979, after Chelsea were relegated, Ray Wilkins signed for Manchester United for a fee of £825,000, the highest fee received for a Chelsea player at the time.

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11. Born in Hillingdon, Middlesex, Ray Wilkins started his career with the Sunday League team Senrab that play in Wanstead Flats, East London.

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