- Tributes and condolences have poured in after passing of Gerry Gow
- Glaswegian was renowned as tough-tackling midfielder for his clubs
- Gow featured 445 times for Bristol City and played in the 1980 FA Cup final
Gerry Gow, the Bristol City midfield hard man of the 1970s who went on to play for Manchester City in the 1980 FA Cup Final, has died aged 64 after a short battle with cancer.
The Glaswegian was arguably one of the best players never to be capped by Scotland.
He was a club legend at Ashton Gate where he made 445 appearances and skippered the side managed by Alan Dicks which reached the old First Division.
Former Bristol City player Gerry Gow has passed away aged 64 after a short battle with cancer
He returned to the West Country to…