While the majority of the Human race celebrates an End to a pain filled year, the Football World has being left to mourn another great Icon who made great impact in the world of Football as a Player and as a Manager/Coach.
The shocking news about the demise of this great Man who coached Chelsea and Manchester United really brought great sadness to heart of many Football lovers around the world.
Thomas Henderson Mcdotherty was born on April 24,1928 and was reported dead in the afternoon of 31st December 2020 after a long illness according to a statement released by his Family Members.
Thomas was one of those coaches that will never be forgotten in the history of Manchester united. He managed this prestigious club between the year 1972 and 1977, it was during his years as a Man united Manager the club was relegated to the second division but he was able to bring them back after he won the league and the club became the Champion of the division back then.
Thomas also had a good Career as a Manager with Chelsea Fc between the year 1961 to 1967. He won the football league Cup with Chelsea Fc in year 1963/1964.
As a Player, Tommy represented Celtic, Arsenal and also played for Chelsea Fc with his career as a Player running through 1946 to 1962 before he kicked start his Managerial career.