Ex-England star Paul Mariner dies aged 68 as tributes pour in for Ipswich legend

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Former England star Paul Mariner has died at the age of 68, with tributes pouring in for the Ipswich legend on social media.

Mariner earned 35 caps during his eight-year England career, scoring 13 goals and playing at the 1980 European Championships and 1982 World Cup.

The ex-forward spent the majority of his club career at Ipswich, bagging 136 goals in 337 games across eight years at Portman Road.

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