Frank Stewart Worthington was born on 23rd November 1948 but he suddenly passed away on 22nd March 2021. He was a former English footballer.
Frank began his career as a forward for Huddersfield Town in 1966 before playing for Leicester City, Bolton Wanderers, Birmingham City, Leeds United, Sunderland, Southampton, Brighton, and Hove Albion, Tranmere Rovers, Preston North End, Stockport County, and Galway United.
Worthington made 757 English League appearances and scoring 234 goals.
He also played in the United States, South Africa, and Sweden as well as in English non-League football.
After his retirement from football, he turned to the after-dinner speaking circuit and also published his autobiography One Hump Or Two. The book title is a deliberate sexual pun.
As a Leicester City player, Worthington won eight caps for England in 1974, scoring two goals. Worthington further represented England in the 1991 edition of the World Cup of Masters, scoring in the opening round against Uruguay.
IMAGES OF WIFE AND CHILDREN
Worthington was married to Carol Dwyer, Noel Dwyer’s daughter.
In May 2016, his daughter, Kim-Malou Worthington revealed that Worthington has had Alzheimer’s disease for several years.
CAUSE OF DEATH
Worthington’s family has said that Frank has passed away after a long illness.
He died on 22 March 2021 at 72 years.
Frank’s net worth is estimated to be around $65 million.