Billy Bingham Cause Of Death – According to his relatives, Billy Bingham, a former Northern Ireland player and manager, died on June 10th at the age of 90.
Billy Bingham Cause Of Death
“Dad was diagnosed with dementia back in 2006, and I think it is a testament to his will that he managed another 16 years from that diagnosis to the time he passed away,” Bingham‘s son David said in a statement.
“He died softly last night at 10.30 p.m. in a care home in Southport.”
We are really proud of our father’s achievements.
Between 1948 and 1950, he played for Glentoran, his first professional club. He spent eight years with Sunderland after relocating to England, making 227 games.
He moved to Luton Town in 1958, where he stayed for three years and played in over 100 league games. After that, he played for Everton for two years, appearing in approximately 100 league games.
After breaking his leg in a match for Port Vale in 1964, he retired at the age of 33. He scored 133 goals in 525 games across all domestic competitions.
He played in the 1958 FIFA World Cup and earned 56 caps for Northern Ireland between 1951 and 1963, scoring ten goals.