The PFA are saddened to learn of the passing of former Shrewsbury Town and Millwall Striker Alf Wood, aged 74.
Starting his career at Manchester City as a youth player, Wood joined Shrewsbury Town in 1966, making a total of 258 appearances for the side. Joining Millwall in 1972, Wood was a pivotal part of the Lion's team beating Everton in the FA Cup in 1973, scoring the second goal. During his two years with the club he scored 38 goals.
A fearless forward, Wood played a total of 488 games during his career which spanned over two decades at 7 clubs.
All at the PFA send our thoughts and condolences to Alf's family and friends.