Tottenham Hotspur was the first English club to win a European trophy in 1963 when beat Atletico Madrid in the Cup Winners' Cup final. Among the great players in that side was John White, nicknamed "the ghost" for his ability to find space off the ball. He died aged 27 when he was killed by lightning. His son Rob White has written a book about his father, and describes his all-too-brief career.
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