Thousands gather at Old Trafford to say goodbye to Sir Bobby Charlton



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Sir Bobby Charlton’s funeral is currently being held in Manchester.

The Man Utd and England legend died aged 86 last month.

Charlton is regarded as one of Manchester United’s greatest ever players, scoring 249 goals in 758 appearances between 1956 and 1973. He won the European Cup with United in 1968, as well as three First Division titles.

The 1966 World Cup winner earned 106 caps for England, scoring 49 times, a goalscoring record which he held from 1970 to 2015.

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38 thoughts on “Thousands gather at Old Trafford to say goodbye to Sir Bobby Charlton

  1. Farewell Sir Bobby,may your humbleness,great insights,friendliness,and being a true gentleman tranfere to all within ManU and all others in the EPL,R.I.P will be soarly miss❤😢💪

  2. An icon, a legend & a true inspiration. Sir Bobby was one of a kind one of the best players of all time but not only that he was so humble with it. He maybe gone but he'll never ever be forgotten. He along with Jimmy Murphy were the catalyst in rebuilding United after the Munich disaster & look what he achieved in the process. This is United together we are one

  3. City Fan here. Bobby was Englands greatest ever player, never to be bettered. Won everything there was to win, which was incredible looking back now. Humble man too. RIP Bobby

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