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Capello unveils Sir Alf Wembley statue

PUBLISHED: 16:41 06 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:07 06 July 2010

ENGLAND football legends past and present gathered to witness the unveiling of a new statue dedicated to Sir Alf Ramsey at Wembley today.

The bust of former Ipswich Town boss Sir Alf was officially unveiled by England manager Fabio Capello and 1966 World Cup winner George Cohen.

ENGLAND football legends past and present gathered to witness the unveiling of a new statue dedicated to Sir Alf Ramsey at Wembley today.

The bust of former Ipswich Town boss Sir Alf was officially unveiled by England manager Fabio Capello and 1966 World Cup winner George Cohen.

The ceremony was also witnessed by 1966 winners Martin Peters, Gordon Banks and Sir Bobby Charlton

Sir Alf's widow Lady Ramsey could not attend the ceremony but Cohen spoke on her behalf.

“She is pleased to hear the statue is a great likeness to Sir Alf. It looks amazing,” he said.


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