Sir Bobby Charlton, a leading figure in England’s 1966 World Cup victory and a legend for England and Manchester United (England), has passed away. He died at the age of 86.
According to foreign media such as the British media BBC on the 22nd, Lord Charlton breathed his last while his family watched.토스카지노 도메인
Sir Charlton scored 49 goals in 106 appearances for the England national team, holding the title of top scorer for a long time.
Sir Charlton is the man who led England to victory in the 1966 World Cup. The British Crown recognized his contribution to English sport and awarded him a knighthood in 1994.
Sir Charlton later worked as a football coach and administrator, but in November 2020, he was diagnosed with dementia due to old age and passed away on this day.
The Football Association (FA) issued a statement saying, “It is with a heavy heart that we learn of the death of a hero. Sir Charlton was a true legend and we will never forget him.”
Manchester United, where Sir Charlton played from 1956 to 1973, said, “Sir Charlton was respected not only for his outstanding qualities as a football player, but also for his sportsmanship and sincerity,” and added, “Because of him, Manchester United was able to shine, and he will be remembered forever.”