Liverpool has paid tributes to their former striker, Michael Robinson, who died on Tuesday.
Robinson had settled in Spain following his retirement from playing and became a Spanish citizen after moving into television broadcasting.
You'll never walk alone, Michael. RIP.
"I know he has been fighting this for a number of years now and it's been hard for him", Graeme Souness, the captain of Liverpool's European champion team in 1984, told British broadcaster Sky.
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Robinson's season with Liverpool in 1983-84 was a memorable one, as the club won the First Division title, the English League Cup and the European Cup, defeating Roma on penalties in the final in Rome.
"He was the victor of the 2018 Vazquez Montalban International Journalism Award".
Nadal posted a photo of himself alongside Robinson on Twitter this morning.
FC Barcelona described Robinson as "a person who loved football and who knew how to explain it with knowledge and ingenuity".
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"The world of football will feel your loss deeply", Bartomeu said.
After his spell with Osasuna, Robinson remained in Spain, going on to develop a formidable career as a broadcaster.
His program "El Dia Despues", or "The Day After", became highly popular in Spain as he helped dissect the soccer weekend every Monday.
The tributes started pouring in for Robinson, with Liverpool's former Spanish internationals Xabi Alonso and Luis Garcia taking to Twitter to pass on their condolences.
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"I am deeply saddened by the news that Michael has passed away and my sympathies go out to his wife Chris and their two children, Liam and Aimee", he said.