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UPDATE: Sporting world mourns loss of Jimmy Armfield | Oystons lay flowers | Charlie Adam leaves shirt below statue | Proceeds of Charlton game to go to Trinity | Tributes

BFC owner Owen Oyston and director Natalie Christopher, top left, laid flowers today following the death of ex-captain Jimmy Armfield, right. Charlie Adam, who fired the Seasiders to the Premier League in 2010, wrote an emotional message on a shirt, bottom left, left beside a statue of Jimmy in Bloomfield Road.
BFC owner Owen Oyston and director Natalie Christopher, top left, laid flowers today following the death of ex-captain Jimmy Armfield, right. Charlie Adam, who fired the Seasiders to the Premier League in 2010, wrote an emotional message on a shirt, bottom left, left beside a statue of Jimmy in Bloomfield Road.
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The world of sport - and the community of Blackpool - was in mourning today following the death of Jimmy Armfield.

The former Seasiders and England captain died at Trinity Hospice in Bispham this morning surrounded by family.