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Bobby Charlton

Bobby Charlton (born October 11, 1937) is a former English football player. He survived the Munich Air Disaster. He scored 49 international goals for England, winning 106 caps and a World Cup winners medal in 1966. He also won the FA Cup (1963), European Cup (1968) and three league titles (1957, 1965, 1967) with Manchester United F.C., he played 752 games and scored 247 goals for United.

After leaving United in 1973 he was player-manager for one season for Preston North End[?] and after another short and unsuccessful spell in football management he joined the board at Old Trafford. He was awarded the OBE in 1969, the CBE in 1974 and a knighthood in 1994.

He had a very humorous haircut (bald on top, with the side bits grown long and combed over the top). His brother Jack Charlton was also a football player and was a defender at Leeds United F.C..



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