Richie Barker Obituary – Death : Richie Barker has left friends, family and loved ones heart-broken as the news surrounding the death of Richie Barker was announced. Information about the death of the deceased was released across social media on October 12, 2020.
Sad news today with the passing of former Wolves assistant manager Richie Barker, at the age of 80. Barker’s spell as assistant to John Barnwell at Molineux included the 1980 League Cup Final triumph. Sincere condolences from all at the FPA to Richie’s family and friends.
Very sad news. Richie Barker was @shrewsweb manager for opening months of 1978-79 third division title season before joining Wolves and being succeeded by Graham Turner. Hugely respected during a long career as a coach and manager. Thoughts are with Richie’s family and friends.
We mourn with the family of Richie Barker, we understand how disheartening they could be right now, so we are sending our thoughts and prayers to the people affected.
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Tributes to Richie Barker
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Very sad news. Richie Barker was @shrewsweb manager for opening months of 1978-79 third division title season before joining Wolves and being succeeded by Graham Turner. Hugely respected during a long career as a coach and manager. Thoughts are with Richie's family and friends. https://t.co/zU2iVQraBC
— Stuart Dunn (@studunn21) October 12, 2020
RiP to one half if the best management teams we've ever had at @swfc @BigRonAtkinson and his general Richie Barker.
90/91 was a magical season for us.
Thank you guys.#RiPRichie #BigRon #swfc pic.twitter.com/v5cUvMnW9t
— Stephen Gerech (@StevieG0v0) October 12, 2020
Scored 159 goals for Burton, their all time leading scorer, then 14 in 45 games for Derby.
Big, strong and brave centre forward who was a handful when he made the step up.
— Steve Dolman (@Peakfanblog) October 12, 2020
Very Sad to hear the passing today of Richie Barker.
Pictured 2nd left amongst other club legends in 1970/71.
I also remember enjoying listening to the Great man in the Meadow Club in October 2017.
RIP Richie & Thank you 🙏🏻
— Notts County History (@magpies_history) October 12, 2020
Sad to hear of Richie Barker's death. For a brief period he had Stoke City playing the sexiest football on the planet with that midfield of Thomas, Chamberlain, James and Sammy Mac.
What came next should remain in the past.
— NigeH64 (@nige_h64) October 12, 2020
Richie Barker GoFundMe Page
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