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The Lampards

Frank Lampard Snr played over 650 games for West Ham, making him a club icon. His son is an England regular and has been a Premier League title winner with Chelsea. Unlike his father, Frank Jnr is famed for scoring goals. His most prolific season was 2006-07, where he scored 22 goals in domestic competition.

The Villeneuves

Gilles Villeneuve was a fan favourite during his career in Formula One, racing aggressively and stylishly for Ferrari before a fatal crash during a qualifying session in Belgium in 1982. Fifteen years later his son Jacques won the F1 title, something that his father had never managed to do.

The Bothams

Ian Botham scored over 5,000 runs and took more wickets than any other player in English Test history. He is remembered fondly for the 1981 Ashes series, now known as "Botham's Ashes". His son Liam played rugby union for Newcastle Falcons and league for Leeds Rhinos.

The Cloughs

Brian Clough scored nearly a goal a game during his playing days at Middlesbrough and Sunderland, but will be remembered more as a manager, including the two European Cups that he won with Nottingham Forest. Nigel Clough played for Liverpool, Nottingham Forest and Manchester City during his career.

The Cowdreys

Colin Cowdrey CBE was one of the greats of English cricket. The Kent batsman hit over 42,000 first-class runs in his career. His son Chris Cowdrey captained England for one game in 1988, although he never reached the same heights as his father.