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RIP Sir Tom Finney, you was a true legend and a true gentleman of the game. I will never forget you:'(

Sam Bradshaw 

One of the footballing greats and a true gentleman. RIP Sir Tom Finney.


Today when I go to Deepdale during the minute's silence not only will I think of Sir Tom Finney I'll remember my dad, stepfather and father in law, all now passed away. I never had the privilege of watching Sir Tom play apart from in his testimonial match but they told me many stories of his brilliance. RIP Sir Tom and absent friends/ relatives

Paul Edmondson 

having being born and lived in preston all my life it is an honour to be a prestonian as you were. a life filled with many achievements and also love. you are now reunited with your loving wife. May you RIP. you are a preston north end legend and one who will live on amongst all us prestonians aswell as the wider football community. Thankyou for giving so much to the world :) RIP xxx


RIP Sir Tom. A true legend of football.

Tom Newman 

Very sad day in football when the great man passed into the next life, sir tom was not only a great footballer he was a gentleman.

Had one memorable time when I might him and all I could do was listen to his amazing stories. He will truly be a missed man but never forgotten.

RIP sir tom


You used to drive past me kicking a ball against my garden wall most Sundays as I lived a few houses down from your son Brian's house. Never failed to wave and say hello.
Will be at Deepdale today to pay my respects and cheer the lads on to get 3 points for you.

Chris Ashworth 

R.I.P to tommy finney your days are over
But you were a great footballer

Lewis clough 

I'm very sad for this news... goodbye Sir Tom Finney, you were a great man and incredible player. Goodbye my hero.

Massimiliano Iollo 

what a great loss to the world true king of football the man above as the great mr finney in his side from a forest fan


0.0 1.0 904 904 RIP Tommy, I remember lying in bed at the old Preston Royal Infirmary, just after Christmas 1950, I'd been knocked down by a car going to Choir Practice and my mum and dad had let Fan Tributes