Linnets legend Malcolm Lindsay dies

Malcolm Lindsay, who scored 321 times for King's Lynn Town, also played for Wisbech Town and is an a

King's Lynn legend Malcolm Lindsay - Credit: YouTube/100 Years of Coconuts

King's Lynn football legend Malcolm Lindsay has died after a battle with cancer. He was 81.

Lindsay - born in Ashington, Northumberland - is the most prolific scorer in the club's history, with 321 goals on 740 appearances.

He started his career with Berwick Rangers then moved to Gateshead before signing for King's Lynn in 1965. He signed for Cambridge for £750. He also played for Wisbech Town and Boston.