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Jack Charlton: England World Cup winner dies aged 85

Jack Charlton, a World Cup winner with England and a former Republic of Ireland manager, has died aged 85.
Charlton, the elder brother of Bobby, played 35 times for England as a central defender, including all six matches at the 1966 World Cup. He spent his whole playing career at Leeds United and after retiring as a player became a successful manager.  He started with Middlesbrough, but is arguably best remembered as a manager for his work with the Republic of Ireland

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    RIP Jack Charlton 🇮🇪

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    A Giant of man. Rest in Peace

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    RIP Big Jack. A big thank you to a true hero: LUFC, England & Ireland.

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    harry somerville

    RIP Big Jack ⚪️🔵

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