English football is mourning the former global striker Cyrille Regis, who has died at the age of 59.
As a striker, chiefly with West Brom and Coventry, Regis brought great pleasure to connoisseurs of emphatic scoring.
Regis won the FA Cup with Coventry in 1987 and ended up making 238 appearances for the club.
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Tributes for Regis have flooded in from across the footballing world, with players past and present quick to pay homage to an inspirational figure in the English game.
Along with Cunningham and Batson, who joined Albion in 1978, the trio of black players were nicknamed "The Three Degrees". He was more than just a footballer, he blazed a trail for every black player who followed him, an inspiration to myself and many players of my era.
He also played for Aston Villa and Wolves.
Regis was born in French Guiana but moved to London when he was just five.
You get to watch Match of the Day with your dad and hear him scream at the top of his voice when a West Brom striker smashes one in the top corner against Norwich.
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While working at talkSPORT, I produced a documentary on his career and had the chance to speak to him at length, you will not meet a more respectful and humble man. I remember looking up to him for being one of the first black players to really make it!
In 1975-76 and 1976-77, Regis played for non-league sides Molesley and Hayes respectively, with West Brom spotting him after he scored 24 goals in the Isthmian League. But I also think he was a better bloke than a player. He went on to win his first silverware with Coventry, lifting the FA Cup in 1987.
West Brom paid £5,000 to sign Regis in 1977.
"Ian Wright, a later generation of black players, said "we were like Malcolm X ... but Cyrille was like Martin Luther King", Cyrille was always turning the other cheek".
A statute of the trio called "The Celebration" was unveiled at West Brom four years ago. Regis was made a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in 2008.
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