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Sir Bobby Charlton dies at the age of 86 years

Manchester United legend Sir Bobby Charlton has died at the age of 86 years on Saturday morning surrounded by his family.

The 1966 World Cup winner has been described by Manchester United as the greatest and most loved player in the world.

“Manchester United is in mourning following the passing of Sir Bobby Charlton, one of the greatest and most beloved players in the history of our club.

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Sir Bobby was a hero to millions, not just in Manchester, or the United Kingdom, but wherever football is played around the world.

He was admired as much for his sportsmanship and integrity as he was for his outstanding qualities as a footballer; Sir Bobby will always be remembered as a giant of the game.” said Manchester United

They continued by remembering his 39 year as the club’s director whose legacy will forever live on.

“Following his retirement, he went on to serve the club with distinction as a director for 39 years. His unparalleled record of achievement, character and service will be forever etched in the history of Manchester United and English football; and his legacy will live on through the life-changing work of the Sir Bobby Charlton Foundation.

The club’s heartfelt sympathies are with his wife Lady Norma, his daughters and grandchildren, and all who loved him.” they said

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