Dead at 85 Jack Charlton, a true icon of English and world football. As FanPage reports, the football icon died of natural causes in his home in Northumberland in north east England. The champion had won, in 1966 the world cup with the shirt of his national team, right in English land.
Jack Charlton was born in Ashington on May 8, 1935. For him, football was a real “family affair”. Brother of Bobby Charlton, a former footballer and sports manager, he had learned to love footbal thanks to the influence of his uncles George, Jack, Jim, Stan and Jackie Milburn, all professional footballers.
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English football legend Jack Charlton is dead
To launch the news of Charlton’s death it was also Goal’s Instagram page, which dedicated a post to him, calling the former footballer and coach a “legend”.
Charlton he dedicated his entire career as a footballer to a single jersey, that of Leeds United, where he played from 1952 to 1973, the year he started training. With the English national team he has collected 35 appearances and 6 goals. In 1973, the year in which he decided to hang his boots on the nail, the English football legend began his career as a coach. His first trained team was Middlesbrough, on whose bench he played for 4 years, until 1977. Subsequently Jack Charlton he coached Sheffield Weds, then Newcastle United and finally the Irish national team.
In 1996, the year following his official retirement as a coach, theIreland gave him honorary citizenship, in honor of the successes he achieved at the helm of the team.
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