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  BOBBY CHARLTON - International Football Hall of Fame
Charlton was born in October, 1937, into a football family in the Northumberland mining village of Ashington.
Charlton and Foulkes were bonded together as members of the "Busby Babes." The Old Trafford at which they arrived was not the impregnable citadel it became.
Charlton had played in all four of United's European Cup campaigns, but this was the first in which he had not scored.
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  Bobby Charlton   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Charlton, strapped into his seat, had fallen out of the cabin and when United goalkeeper Harry Gregg (who had somehow got through a hole in the plane unscathed and begun a one-man rescue mission) found him, he thought he was dead.
Charlton opened the scoring with a crisp side-footed finish after a run by Roger Hunt had forced the Portuguese goalkeeper out of his net; the second was a sweetly struck shot after a run and pull-back from Geoff Hurst.
Charlton became the player-manager of Preston North End in 1973, taking United and England team-mate Nobby Stiles with him as player-coach, but his first season was not a success and he left at the end of it.
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 All-Star Squad
Bobby Charlton is one of England's most famous footballers.
Charlton was one of very few Englishmen to play in all 14 of their World Cup matches from 1962-1970.
Sir Matt Busby said of Charlton: "He was as near perfection - as man and player - as it is possible to be." This was recognised in 1994, when Bobby Charlton was knighted.
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 www.manutdzone.com: Bobby Charlton: A career profile with pictures of United's legendary Captain
Charlton, using his pace out of midfield and with a thunderous shot, scored some of the most spectacular goals English football has ever seen.
Bobby scored 199 goals in 606 League games for United and was a vital element in the club winning the 1st Division Championship in 1957, 1965 and 1967.
Bobby was awarded a CBE in 1974 and a knighthood in 1994.
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 Planet World Cup - Legends - Bobby Charlton
Bobby Charlton is without doubt one of the most famous English players of all time.
Charlton remained faithful to United and in his time there from 1956-73, he won the league championship three times, the FA Cup once and the European Cup once.
Charlton retired from international football when England were defeated by West Germany four years later in Mexico in the quarterfinals.
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 Gazzetta dello Sport - Bobby Charlton, il primo giocatore totale inglese
Bobby Charlton è stato il cervello della nazionale inglese che conquistò i Mondiali nel 1966, uno dei personaggi più carismatici della storia del calcio mondiale, sicuramente il più grande campione inglese di ogni epoca, più ancora di Stanley Matthews, primo a conquistare il Pallone d'Oro nel 1956.
Charlton superò in classifica Eusebio di appena un punto ed è curioso che furono i due giornalisti portoghesi a determinare il successo di Charlton preferendolo al loro connazionale.
Nel 1994 Bobby Charlton è stato nominato baronetto dalla Regina Elisabetta.
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 Biography of Bobby Charlton, Bobby Charlton, Charlton in Manchester, Charlton Great champions of football, great ...
Charlton was born in October, 1937, into a football family in the Northumberland mining village of Ashington.
Charlton had played in all four of United's European Cup campaigns, but this was the first in which he had not scored.
Charlton, then aged 31, was rewarded with an eight-year contract, the longest in Football League history, and received the OBE.
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 Roy of the Rovers.com - The Official Roy of the Rovers Website
Bobby is the subject of a "Dream day with...." for one lucky reader in the Roy of the Rovers comic - 7th July 1990.
When Bobby was scoring for the England schoolboys, there was said to be up to 18 clubs wanting to sign him, but he had promised to come to Manchester United.
Bobby possessed a natural feel for his work which was inspirational and exceedingly rare, an ability to seize a game and change its course, almost invariably in the grand manner.
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 Sir Bobby Charlton - A king at Old Trafford
Bobby Charlton was born in Ashington in Northumberland on 11th October 1937 and was born into a footballing family.
Charlton was awarded Footballer of the Year and European Player of the Year in 1966, the same year that he became a World Cup Winner with England.
Charlton was a regular scorer for both club and country starting as an inside-forward before becoming an outside-left and finishing his career as a deep lying centre-forward.
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 CNNSI.com - 2002 World Cup - World Cup Hall of Fame: Bobby Charlton - Wednesday May 08, 2002 10:52 PM
In the late 1960s Bobby Charlton was as recognizable an English icon as the Queen and the Beatles.
Arguably England's greatest-ever player, Charlton was a rampaging midfielder with a devastating shot, but his fame was also due to the spirit in which he played the game.
Charlton's contribution in the final was less spectacular, but by limiting Franz Beckenbauer's contribution -- the West German star had been deployed as a man marker against Charlton -- he played a key role in England's 4-2 win and later won the the European Footballer of the Year award.
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 Bobby Charlton - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Charlton, Bobby, born in 1937, English soccer player, who scored a record 49 goals in 106 international appearances.
Charlton, Jack, born in 1935, English soccer player, who played more than 750 games for Leeds United and spent his entire career playing for the...
Moore, Bobby (1941–1993), English soccer player who led the England team to victory against West Germany in the 1966 World Cup final.
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 ContiSoccerWorld - FIFA World Cup™ Star 1966: “Bobby” Charlton   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Charlton uncovered a  memorial plaque close to the old Munich airport in memory of his team mates, friends and travelling journalists that died in the crash in 1958.
Charlton’s millions of fans were therefore also able to enjoy and be part of numerous glorious days.
Bobby Charlton remained loyal to the club for 19 years in spite of many lucrative offers.
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 Bobby Charlton Soccer Schools and Sport Academy - Football and sports training in Manchester United Kingdom UK
Bobby Charlton was born in October, 1937, into a football family in the Northumberland mining village of Ashington.
Bobby had played in all four of United's European Cup campaigns, but this was the first in which he had not scored.
Bobby, then aged 31, was rewarded with an eight-year contract, the longest in Football League history, and received the OBE.
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 Bobby Charlton: Manchester United Legend: Player Profile/Pictures
Bobby Charlton is without doubt one of the most famous English players of all time.
His brother, Jack Charlton, was also an England and Leeds United player and successful manager of the Republic of Ireland.He was awarded a CBE in 1974 and a knighthood in 1994.
A true role model for any aspiring footballer, a modest man of great integrity, Bobby Charlton is respected throughout the world as one of England's greatest ever sportsmen.
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 Famous Geordie People - Bobby Charlton   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sir Robert "Bobby" Charlton (born October 11, 1937) is a former English football player, one of the most famous names in the game and a hero of the 1966 World Cup.
As a teenager, Charlton was picked for the England schoolboys' team, and as a result of his performance he was approached by several soccer clubs, including Manchester United F.C. Under manager, Matt Busby, he was groomed for greater things.
Charlton survived the Munich Air Disaster of February 6, 1958, which killed eight members of the team; he had been thrown clear of the wreckage.
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 Worldwide Soccer information at SoccerNetUsa.com | The Center of Soccer Tournaments and World Cup Soccer 2006
Robert Charlton was born on 11 October 1937 in the Northeast mining town of Ashington.
Charlton was a non-playing member, manager Walter Winterbottom regretting having selected him, believing that he was still suffering from the after effects of the Munich air disaster.
Alongside his brother Jackie, who had risen to become a stalwart of the England defence, Bobby was the focal point of the team which triumphed on home soil and received the Jules Rimet trophy from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on 30 July 1966.
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 England Player Bobby Charlton Caricature
Bobby Charlton made the all time scoring record with 49 goals and 106 appearances for England - he is a Manchester United and England demi-god.
People say that Bobby Charlton was a class above Pele and Maradona for finding the back of the net.
Off the field he is just as busy with the Bobby Charlton School of Excellence.
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 Bobby Charlton Soccer Schools Australia
Bobby Charlton Soccer Schools Australia has been operating for three years in Australia and twenty eight years in the UK.
Originally set up by Sir Bobby Charlton himself in the UK the company has expanded to become a world wide soccer school utilizing soccer theme park equipment.
Wollongong, Gosford, Sydney, (NSW) Brisbane, Gold Coast (QLD) Adelaide (SA) Melbourne (VIC) Canberra (ACT) we can do a session any where we feel it is adequate as we come to your club or school we travel to you if it's on the coast or in the bush you can be part of our road show.
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 Bobby Charlton
Bobby Charlton (born October 11, 1937) is a former English football player.
He scored 49 international goals for England, winning 106 caps and a World Cup winners medal in 1966.
His brother Jack Charlton was also a football player and was a defender at Leeds United F.C. Elsewhere
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 Bobby Charlton Soccer School in Northern Ireland
The Bobby Charlton Soccer School is a course for boys and girls who are keen to develop their soccer skills and follow in the boots of David Beckham who attended as a youngster.
The most important factor for youngsters at Bobby Charlton Soccer School is fun and enjoyment, and there is no doubt that players develop very quickly under the guidance of expert UEFA/FA qualified staff in the fun and relaxed atmosphere that is created.
Bobby Charlton Soccer School recognise the fact that young children achieve more and at an increased rate when learning in a relaxed and fun environment.
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 Sir Bobby Charlton - Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Charlton played for Manchester United and was voted European Footballer of the Year (1966).
On retiring, Bobby pursued a career in football administration and became a director of Manchester United.
Sven is in danger of putting England's golden generation; EXCLUSIVE: World Cup winner Sir Bobby Charlton fears Beckham and Rooney will miss out on their chance to emulate the boys of '66.
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 TheFA.com - Greatest England XI - Sir Bobby Charlton   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Although Sir Bobby shared in the glory of 1966 and named five players from Sir Alf Ramsey's World Cup squad - Banks, Wilson, Moore, Armfield and Greaves - in his Greatest XI, there is also room in the team for a modern superstar.
Arguably the most poignant pick in Sir Bobby's team is Duncan Edwards who perished in the Munich air crash at the age of 21.
Haynes played with Sir Bobby at Fulham and was regarded as the best passer of his generation.
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 rediff.com: World Cup Legends - Bobby Charlton
Bobby Charlton served with distinction for both club and country.
He was the toast of all in England during the 1966 season and was adjudged "European Footballer of the Year" after turning in a spectacular performance with Manchester United, for whom he served loyally right through his playing career.
When England hosted the World Cup the same year, Charlton was one of the architects who fashioned a memorable English triumph.
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 Bobby Charlton   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Information about legends like Bobby Charlton and much more is shared on the True Greats website by these professionals, discussed with their many fans, past and present, and not forgetting their own mates.
Bobby Charlton and many other football issues are raised in the message boards of True Greats.
Although they’re retired, they are as passionate about the game as before and they want to stay in touch with their old team mates and their loyal supporters.
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 Charlton Sir Bobby - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Charlton Sir Bobby - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Charlton, Sir Bobby (1937-), England footballer, one of the most famous players in the history of the game.
In 1945 he became manager of Manchester United for whom he built a succession of great sides.
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