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Charlton

(ˈtʃɑːltən)
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1. (Biography) Bobby, full name Sir Robert Charlton. born 1937, English footballer; played for Manchester United (1956–73) and England (1958–70) for whom he played 106 times, scoring 49 goals (an England record)
2. (Biography) his brother, Jack, full name John Charlton. born 1935, English footballer: played for Leeds United (1952–73) and England for whom he won 35 caps; manager of the Republic of Ireland (1986–95)
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FOOTBALL legend Sir Bobby Charlton was involved in a car crash after Manchester United's victory over Liverpool The 80-year-old former Red Devils and England player was outside Old Trafford when his red Lexus 4X4 was hit.
SIR Bobby Charlton joined fans and well-wishers who lined the streets of Blackpool to pay their last respects to former England captain Jimmy Armfield.
IN the past few days I have spent some time in the company of Sir Bobby Charlton and his wife, Lady Norma, and it coincided with his 80th birthday this week.
1966: MY WORLD CUP STORY By Sir Bobby Charlton Sportsbookofthemonth.
Which brings us to Sir Bobby Charlton, a man who ranks among England's greatest footballers, in addition to being a true gentleman.
OLD Trafford's South Stand will be renamed in honour of Manchester United's record goal scorer, Sir Bobby Charlton.
Rooney, 29, will never have a better chance to become England's record scorer in the Euro double header with San Marino and Switzerland as he needs just two more to beat Sir Bobby Charlton.
With the possible exception of Bobby Charlton, he was England's top player and feared by the Germans because he always delivered on the big occasion.
To do it, a player would have to be very successful at a European Championship or World Cup as Bobby Charlton was," Hodgson said after the 4-0 Euro 2016 qualifying victory over Lithuania at Wembley on Friday.
Sir Bobby Charlton s landmine-clearing charity, Find a Better Way, to receive a Au10 million grant to support its ground breaking scientific work.