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Former Everton footballer Jimmy Gabriel has sadly passed away at the age of 80.

The right-winger made more than 300 appearances for the Toffees during a seven-year stay at Goodison Park, scoring 37 times in the process.

Gabriel was part of the 1963 Division One-winning side, led by Harry Caterick, as well as the team that lifted the FA Cup three years later.

Born in Scotland, Gabriel started his career at hometown club Dundee, before moving to Everton in 1960 for an at the time record fee for a Scotsman of £27,000.

His career later took in spells at Southampton, Bournemouth and Brentford, as well as a loan stint at Swindon Town.

Gabriel was twice selected to represent the Scotland national team and finished his playing career in the United States with Seattle Sounders and San Jose Earthquakes.

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