Sir Bobby Charlton Machester United and England legend diagnosed with dementia. He won three league titles, a European Cup and an FA Cup with Manchester United, and also won the World Cup with England in 1966.

Sir Bobby Charlton

Lady Norma announced that Nobby Stiles died after his own battle with the illness.

Sir Bobby Charlton widely is regarded as one of England’s greatest footballers.

Sir Bobby won the World Cup in 1966 and he is considered one of the best and greatest players.

Charlton survived the 1958 Munich air disaster that killed eight United teammates and was also part of the rebuilding of the club.

Sir Bobby Charlton is a Legend and a Hero!

Sir Bobby Charlton is a legend and will forever remain a legend.

Meanwhile, he also scored twice in the 1968 European Cup final win over Benfica.

The old start played for Manchester United  758 times and now has the south stand at the club’s Old Trafford home named after him.

Although Everyone  at Manchester United is saddened by the illness that happened to Sir Bobby Charlton

And they will continue to offer their love and also their support to his family.

His diagnosis raises fresh concerns about the game’s health risks.

He played 758 games and has scored 249 goals for Manchester United in 106 appearances.

However, Another two of the Three Lions’ 1966 heroes, Ray Wilson, and Martin Peters, died in 2018 and 2019 after living with dementia.

He is the second-highest goalscorer of all time behind Wayne Rooney despite playing as a midfielder. Considered one of England’s greatest players.

He played every minute of the World Cup triumph 1966, eight years after surviving the Munich Air Disaster.

Sir Bobby remains a legend and also a hero to many footballers out there. Sir has made so much achievement during his time and was honored for the great work and legacy he left behind in football

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