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NATIONAL HONOUR FOR BUTCHER

15 June 2021

Lady Elsie and Mark Robson induct Town legend

Town legend Terry Butcher has been inducted into the National Football Museum's Hall of Fame.

Terry, who is now a coach for the Blues' U23 side, was inducted at Portman Road today by Sir Bobby Robson's wife, Lady Elsie and son, Mark.

The National Football Museum Hall Of Fame aims to highlight the achievements of those who have made an outstanding contribution to football.

The former Town centre-half was a formiddable presence in the heart of defence for Sir Bobby's side, and Terry was an integral part of the 1981 UEFA Cup winning team.

A year later, Terry would go on to represent England at the 1982, 1986 and 1990 World Cups. Terry would then hang up his international boots after helping England reach the semi-finals of the 1990 World Cup.

In 1993, the Blues legend announced his retirement from the game. 

Photo credit: National Football Museum


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