Former England, Ipswich striker Paul Mariner dies at 68
His other clubs included Plymouth, Arsenal and Portsmouth.Mariner scored 13 goals in 35 appearances for England, playing at the European Championship in 1980 and the World Cup two years later.Mariner finished his playing career in the United States.
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Mariner’s death was announced by his family on Saturday. He had been battling brain cancer.
''Paul lived a full life and was fortunate enough to represent a group of fantastic football clubs as well as his country, all of which meant the world to him,” read a family statement, which said Mariner died Friday.
Mariner finished his playing career in the United States. He was an assistant coach under Steve Nicol at the New England Revolution for several seasons. In 2011, he was appointed director of player development at Toronto FC and later coached the team.
He also managed Plymouth during the 2009-10 season.
In recent years, Mariner had been an analyst for ESPN.
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