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Having survived the trauma of the Munich air disaster aged just 20, Sir Bobby Charlton played as if every game was for his fallen colleagues, recovering from his injuries to reach the pinnacle for both Manchester United and England. Playing as an attacking midfielder Sir Bobby is regarded as one of the greatest footballers the game has ever seen. During his playing career that spanned twenty years he won three League Championships, the FA Cup, the European Cup and the World Cup. With England he played in four World Cups scoring a then-record 49 goals. He is currently a director of Manchester United.


1966 Bobby Charlton

Fifty years on, a legend remembers. Sir Bobby Charlton takes us on a personal journey back to the greatest moment of his life and the nation's greatest sporting achievement: winning the World Cup

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