Former Fulham full back Jim Langley has sadly passed away aged 79 after suffering a heart attack, it has been announced.

Lambeth born Langley joined Fulham in February 1957 from Brighton where he had converted from from playing as a left-winger to the familiar full-back role he played at Craven Cottage.

His journey to Craven Cottage included clubs such as Yiewsley, Hounslow Town, Uxbridge, Hayes, Brentford, Ruislip, Guildford City and Leeds United where he signed his first  professional contract.

While at Fulham he played for England three times and appeared in two FA Cup semi-finals amongst other competitions. He played 356 times for Fulham and scored 33 times, 31 of them in the League. In 1965 he joined QPR playing there until 1967 before becoming the Hillingdon player/manger.