Newstead-born Southampton legend Tony Knapp dies aged 86
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A short spell with the Sky Blues was then followed by a move stateside to Los Angeles Wolves, before he returned to the UK with Tranmere Rovers.
He both ended his playing days and began his managerial career at Poole Town before in 1974 moving abroad for the first time to coach KR Reykjavik in Iceland and then the national team for three years.
From there, he moved to Norway, where, aside from a brief spell back with Iceland in the mid-1980s, he would remain for the rest of his life, enjoying huge success in particular with FK Brann whom he managed to a league and cup double in 1979.
He coached several other Norwegian clubs until 2008 before retiring due to illness, continuing to live in the country until his death on Wednesday.