Butcher Inducted Into National Football Museum Hall of Fame
Tuesday, 15th Jun 2021 16:16
Blues and England legend Terry Butcher has been inducted into the National Football Museum Hall of Fame.
Butcher, 62, who is currently coaching Town’s U23s alongside Kieron Dyer, was inducted at Portman Road today by his mentor 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”.
Butcher was a key member of Robson’s side which won the UEFA Cup in 1981 and represented England at the 1982, 1986 and 1990 World Cups, while also achieving success in Scotland with Rangers.
Photos: TWTD/National Football Museum
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