Everyone comes together to remember Town legend Frank Worthington
- Remembering Frank Worthington
- Former players and supporters send tributes to a Town legend
- Frank Worthington passed away at the age of 72
Huddersfield Town supporters, former players and more have paid tribute to club legend Frank Worthington.
Following the devastating news of his passing, memories, messages and tributes have flooded in across the Club’s social media platforms.
As we look back incredibly fondly on Frank’s life both on and off the pitch, here’s some of your favourite moments.
Very proud of this picture! Just as much style, flare & panache off the pitch as on it in my book! A genuine Town fan too. Once a terrier, always a terrier! A true legend and local hero. RIP Frank #SuperFrank #htafc @htafc #UTT https://t.co/LgPUthaDVS pic.twitter.com/ApgNMHOVZZ— Keith Berry (@KeithBerry9) March 23, 2021
I’m watching this in tears,remembering Frankie but thinking of my stepdad Arthur who passed on to me his love of @htafc thanks Arthur and thanks Frankie for some unforgettable boyhood memories RIP Frank https://t.co/FVQEm2Beet— Michael Owen 💙 (@MoonTerrier) March 23, 2021
RIP Frank Worthington. Condolences to all his family and friends and every #htafc Town fan who had the absolute pleasure and thrill of seeing him in the blue and white stripes. A true @htafc legend. A hero of my teenage years, I’m so sad to hear of his passing 😭— DevonTerrier IanM ⚽️🧢 🌱💙 (@ianmos3101) March 23, 2021
Absolutely gutted 😭😭 RIP Frank Worthington, always a gentleman offering for us to sit at his table and telling Spencer one day he would watch him play football, a true legend!!! Thinking of his family and friends xx— Gemma ;-) (@_YorkshireLass_) March 23, 2021
🔵⚪🔵⚪ #legend #htafc @htafc #UTT pic.twitter.com/DS06bGrccl
Our latest #TuesdayTrophies is in honour of the late Frank Worthington, who has sadly passed away at the age of 72.— Nat. Football Museum (@FootballMuseum) March 23, 2021
Frank led the line for @htafc during their successful 1969-70 campaign, scored 18 league goals en route to the Second Division title.
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R.i.p big man. One of the greatest player's to pull on a huddersfield shirt. pic.twitter.com/xqU3D9Z3sH— jay laverick (@jaylaverick) March 23, 2021
Once a Terrier, always a Terrier... I had the privilege of meeting Huddersfield legend Frank Worthington when we played Newcastle a couple of years ago. He was just as stylish as he was passionate about @htafc fan till the very end. #RIPFrank pic.twitter.com/rlNMjE3xyD— Rob Stewart (@RobStewart_) March 23, 2021
A deeply sad day for Town fans & football fans across the country. Our thoughts are with Frank’s loved ones.— HTSA (@officialhtsa) March 23, 2021
Whether we saw him play or heard stories of his exploits years later, we will always remember him. #htafc pic.twitter.com/8n8tywLqkf
😞🙏🏻 RIP Frank Worthington, absolute legend. https://t.co/X38ZDrDIl3— Jon Stead (@JonSteadSA) March 23, 2021
What a Fantastic Man Just heard the news of Frankie passing, a True Town legend .RIP young man XX. https://t.co/N8BQmRYKsR— Mark Lillis (@marklillis7) March 23, 2021
So sad to hear the news that Frank Worthington has sadly passed away.Was lucky to meet him on a good few occasions when I was @htafc lovely man who always had time to talk, what a player he was had unbelievable ability.— Iwan Roberts (@iwanwroberts) March 23, 2021
Rest in peace to what can only be described as a legend. Had the honour of meeting him a couple of times. Always a true gent! https://t.co/kBLg6LScVC— Jonathan Kenworthy (@jgkenworthy) March 23, 2021
A man of supreme footballing skills. He was my hero. He could do things with the ball on a football field that would have left magicians purring with envy. My commiserations to all his family a truely great footballer.— Geoffrey Reed (@5f785665608840c) March 23, 2021
An absolute legend.— 𝔹𝕚𝕝𝕝𝕠 (@Billo20Four7) March 23, 2021
Incredibly sad to learn of the passing of a true great in the blue and white of Huddersfield Town. Rest in peace Frank... https://t.co/QVo32CeaoP
One thing that’s embedded in you from a very early age is how much of a joy to watch Frank was and what a larger than life character he was, the type you don’t really get any more. Rest in Peace indeed 💙🤍 https://t.co/BpoT8a711L— Oli (@olifisher) March 23, 2021
Rest in peace Frank Worthington will be missed on match days @htafc thinking of his family— S Haigh Heating & Plumbing (@SHaighHeating) March 23, 2021
Just before my era but whenever he used to do half time draws or was introduced to fans, the place would go nuts!! "OH FRANKIE FRANKIE" - Ahead of his time! https://t.co/Ri0d3sJlip— Richard Kosmala (@RichardKosmala) March 23, 2021
Sad news. A brilliant player. Maverick capable of moments of genius. https://t.co/ukLnROywJM— Simon Stone (@sistoney67) March 23, 2021
Always sad when a former Town player passes away, especially one who played such an important part of one of our most successful sides. RIP Frank Worthington. https://t.co/5BvYiiCnHA— Lee Morris (@Leemorris__) March 23, 2021