British winger who starred for the British nationwide team from 1934 to 1957 and spent his club career with Stoke Town and Blackpool. He was called FWA Footballer of the entire year in 1948 and 1963 and Western Foootballer of the entire year in 1956. He began as an workplace young man for Stoke Town with a income of 1 pound weekly, before becoming a member of the group. He became the very first soccer player to get a knighthood in 1965. He went a hotel along with his wife when he was as well injured to try out soccer. He and Bobby Charlton both starred within the English national group.