English footballer Colin Collindridge born on November 15, 1920, in Barnsley and died on April 14, 2019.
He played either as an outside left or a center forward.
During early part of his playing career coincided with World War II.
However, he subsequently represented Sheffield United, Nottingham Forest and Coventry City in the Football League.
Collindridge was working as a miner in Wombwell Main Colliery during his early playing days and continued this role during the early years of the Second World War.
In 1941 however, he enlisted in the RAF and was employed as an armorer for the remainder of the conflict.
When his career end of his playing career Collindridge was involved in the catering trade before retiring to Newark-on-Trent.
Colin Collindridge passed away at 98 years old.