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The world champion of 1966, and former coach Jack Charlton (85) passed away

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The world champion of 1966, and former coach Jack Charlton (85) passed away

July 11, 2020 10:28 am
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Jack Charlton was a Friday evening after a long illness, at the age of 85 has died. The ex-defender was an integral part of the English national team in 1966, and became world champion. He was, after a career under a coach from the republic of Ireland.

The world championship of 1966, and is still the only person in the history of the uk. Charlton had just finished when he and his brother, a Manchester United legend Bobby has been a rise in the final match, which is at Wembley after extra time with 4-2, it was won by West Germany.

Charlton has played in 35 international matches for England, and it was all his clubcarrière for Leeds United, where he was from 1952 to 1973, a contract was developed into a legend. He has played a total of 23 years, many as 773 of official matches for the club.