Malcolm Finlayson: Ex-Wolves title-winning keeper dies, aged 84

Malcolm Finlayson kept a clean sheet at Wembley in Wolves' last FA Cup final victory - against Blackburn in 1960
Finlayson kept a clean sheet at Wembley in Wolves' last FA Cup win - against Blackburn Rovers in 1960

Former Wolves goalkeeper Malcolm Finlayson has died, at the age of 84.

The Scotsman made 179 league appearances for the club after signing from Millwall for £3,000 in 1956,

He was part of Stan Cullis's Wolves team that won the club's last major domestic trophies - the Football League Championship in 1958 and 1959, and the FA Cup in 1960.

He was signed initially as cover for his predecessor as Wolves keeper, Bert Williams, who died earlier this year.

Finlayson began his career at Millwall, making his professional debut at the age of 17 in 1947.

He spent nine years with the Lions, and appeared in a total of 250 matches for the south London club.

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