Such a shame. I had some fab memories of Frank and was furtunate enough to have access to the Players Lounge when he was player manager. And yes, there were pretty girls! I remember the FA Cup tie up at Spennymoor (2-0 down until Muir rescued us) where he came out with the best ever put down to a fan over the rope that separated us from the pitch. I can't repeat it on here but the speed of thought to digest the banter and respond whilst running down the left wing was truly impressive! Apart from being a sublime player (often 2 steps ahead of his teammates in L4) he made some excellent signings and played his part in our journey to the moon. RIP.
He was one of a flamboyant generation of players who might struggle with modern day discipline. Hudson, Marsh, Bowles, Currie, Best (of course!). Frank was a very entertaining player who I first saw in the flesh when we beat Huddersfield in the Cup around 1970. The fact that Shankly later tried to sign him, says a lot. He failed the medical due to high blood pressure! RIP Frank. So sad that he struggled with Altheimers.