Jack Charlton holds the Jules Rimet trophy aloft as he parades it around Wembley with Bobby Moore after their 4-2 win over West Germany. Photo: APJack Charlton holds the Jules Rimet trophy aloft as he parades it around Wembley with Bobby Moore after their 4-2 win over West Germany. Photo: AP
Jack Charlton holds the Jules Rimet trophy aloft as he parades it around Wembley with Bobby Moore after their 4-2 win over West Germany. Photo: AP

Jack Charlton, England World Cup winner and former Ireland manager, dies aged 85

  • The ‘Big Man’ made 773 appearances for Leeds United and played alongside his brother Bobby Charlton in England’s victorious 1966 squad
  • He took Ireland to the quarter-finals of the 1990 World Cup in Italy, playing a fast and furious brand of football hated by their opponents

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Jack Charlton holds the Jules Rimet trophy aloft as he parades it around Wembley with Bobby Moore after their 4-2 win over West Germany. Photo: APJack Charlton holds the Jules Rimet trophy aloft as he parades it around Wembley with Bobby Moore after their 4-2 win over West Germany. Photo: AP
Jack Charlton holds the Jules Rimet trophy aloft as he parades it around Wembley with Bobby Moore after their 4-2 win over West Germany. Photo: AP
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