Former Sunday People chief football writer Norman Wynne dies aged 77

Norman Wynne, a former chief northern football writer on the Sunday People, has died aged 77.

Wynne, who started his career on the Daily Express before moving to the People in the mid-1960s, died after a fall at his Salford home on Tuesday. A respected writer, Wynne was secretary of the Northern Football Writers’ Association.

As The People noted yesterday, he covered north-west sport for more than 25 years – despite being a Londoner and avid Spurs fan.

His funeral was held on Thursday.

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