How did Pat Liney die?
Information reaching Ngnews 247, Goalkeeper Patrick Liney was a Scottish professional football player. He passed away at 86 years old.
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Liney, dubbed the “singing goalie,” made 166 appearances for the Bantams.
He shared the uncommon distinction with Bobby Ham of having played twice for both Bradford teams.
As a member of the Dens Park club that won the Scottish League championship in 1962, Scot Liney became a famous figure in Dundee. He had served as the club’s honorary president since 2011.
Everyone at Dundee Football Club was devastated to learn of the demise of honorary club president and 1962 Scottish League champion goalkeeper Pat Liney at the age of 86, according to a club statement released today.
Pat Liney Cause of Death
In addition to being a legendary goalkeeper for Dundee FC, Pat Liney is also a brilliant singer, a Scottish League champion, club president, a member of the DFC Hall of Fame, and a true gentleman.
At this incredibly sad time, Pat’s friends and family are in the thoughts of everyone at Kilmac Stadium.
One of their greatest players passed away this morning, the Dens Park club confirmed.
Everyone at Dundee Football Club was shocked to learn of Pat Liney’s death at the age of 86, the club’s honorary club president and 1962 Scottish League champion goalie, according to a statement from the team.
Everyone at Dundee Football Club was devastated to learn of the passing of Honorary Club President and 1962 Scottish League championship winning goalkeeper Pat Liney at the age of 86.https://t.co/goF3WnuTjS
— Dundee Football Club (@DundeeFC) August 11, 2022
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