Former Real Madrid captain Jose
Maria Zarraga died on Tuesday at the age of 81, the club said in
The midfielder helped Real win five successive European Cups
during his 13 seasons at the club before leaving in 1962 having
scored 96 goals in 306 appearances.
Alongside the likes of Alfredo Di Stefano and Paco Gento,
Zarraga led the Madrid team to European glory from 1956-60 and
also won six league championships.
He played for Spain eight times.
Real will hold a minute's silence and the team will wear
black armbands as a mark of respect in Wednesday's Champions
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