Former Real Madrid player and honorary president Francisco 'Paco' Gento has died at the age of 88, the club has confirmed. Gento won the European Cup six times while playing for the club - the only player in the history of football to have done so.
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MADRID (AP) — Francisco “Paco” Gento, a former Real Madrid great who is the only soccer player to win six European Cup titles, has died. He was 88. Madrid announced Gento's passing on Tuesday but did not give a cause of death. Gento played with Madrid for 18 seasons, from 1953-71, and his 23 titles with the club in official competitions is a record he shares with Brazilian defender Marcelo, who tied him on Sunday by winning the Spanish Super Cup. In addition to the six European Cups, Gento also
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