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Charlton

1. Bobby, full name Sir Robert Charlton. born 1937, English footballer; played for England over 100 times
2. his brother, Jack, full name John Charlton. born 1935, English footballer; played for Leeds United (1952--73) and England; manager of the Republic of Ireland soccer team (1986--95)
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Charlton were to score first, but goals from Kelly Aldridge and Michelle Green sealed a deserved win for Cardiff Ladies.
Hurst was a significant figure, alongside Ashington-born Charlton, in England's memorable team in 1966 and scored the hattrick that inspired a 4-2 final victory over West Germany.
Town councilors on Monday voted 8-0 to approve eventually selling up to 500,000 gallons of water per day to Charlton.
Harriott's bullet from the edge of the box, midway through the first half, should have been the springboard towards survival for Charlton, who knew a win would guarantee Championship football next season.
Charlton, known as Chuck, told the officer he was willing to sell a Dirty Harry-style revolver and a small pistol that would "go in your pocket when you go for a drink".
The Randy Charlton Group just closed a Wells Fargo Short Sale with a property located on Flight Ave.
And under sex offenders' register requirements, Charlton had to tell the authorities of any address change.
People Sport understands Charlton chairman Richard Murray is seriously unhappy with Pardew's outspoken demands he sort out the potential takeover of the club.
Although Charlton had the highest conviction rate of any U.
The acquisition, for an undisclosed sum, has added pounds 10 million to Charlton House's annual turnover.
Charlton have done perfectly well against teams outside of those challenging for the European spots.
The Charlton manager said: "I would be surprised if we don't have three or four new bodies by the Utrecht game.