BREAKING NEWS: Famous British Leeds United Legend rushed to Intensive Care suffering with the Coronavirus

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Leeds United legend and 1966 World Cup winner Norman Hunter, 76, is admitted to hospital after testing positive for coronavirus.

LEEDS UNITED confirmed the news after posting a statement to their club website.  Hunter played a total of 540 matches for Leeds United, where he scored 18 goals and became a club legend.

Despite being a World Cup winner, he never featured during the 1966 tournament as he played understudy to brother of Sir Bobby Charlton, Jack, and England captain Bobby Moore in the central defensive positions.

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