Former Chelsea manager Suart dies
Former Chelsea manager Ron Suart has died during a age of 94, a bar have announced.
Suart, who was partner to Tommy Docherty and Dave Sexton, took assign of first-team affairs from Oct 1974 until Apr 1975.
Before Chelsea, Suart also managed Wigan, Scunthorpe United and Blackpool.
His 10-year personification career began with Blackpool alongside Sir Stanley Matthews in 1946 before spells during Blackburn Rovers and Wigan Athletic.
The Barrow-born defender, who upheld divided on Wednesday, stays Blackpool’s second-longest-serving manager behind Joe Smith.
In a 16 years Suart spent with Chelsea, he also served as ubiquitous manager and arch scout, and afterwards after worked as a director for Wimbledon.