English footballer Tony Collins has died aged 94. The London born player served in Italy during World War Two, before playing for Watford and Norwich City among others. He became Rochdale manager in 1960, becoming the first black manager in the English football league. He took them to their only major cup final (1962 League Cup final), and kept the small club competitive in the league. He then moved into scouting, becoming a key ally in the 1970s for leeds and England manager Don Revie. Tony Collins was a unique pick for Dead and Dusted 1.
19 March 1926 – 8 February 2021