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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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Jack Charlton, who was spotted playing at Hirst Park by scouts from Leeds United, described the park as their "very own Wembley".
But Leeds had many great players too, and Jack Charlton was one of them.
Jack Charlton, who was spotted there by scouts from Leeds United, described the park as "our very own Wembley" where, as boys, the England World Cup-winning players spent their days.
It reminded me of the Irish soccer team under Jack Charlton when they set out to stop the other team from scoring and then hoped they'd score more themselves.
bar] BRAVE EFFORT: Jack Charlton carries the Olympic Flame on the Torch Relay leg through Newcastle upon Tyne
Richard Puzey, Dixon Wilton, Jack Charlton, Jon Haynes; Rory Dale, Rod Butcher, Mark Taylor; Paul Davies, Garry Rutter, Michaela Capnerhurst; Richard Goodwin, Tim Kilby, Gerry Donnelly, Nick Hewinsons
In Jack Charlton - The Irish Years, the Englishman said he was bowled over the by support of the Irish fans during his 10-year tenure.
IN THE NEWS: Jack Charlton, Madonna and Brigitte Bardot
JACK CHARLTON could be the next celebrity to join the ranks of greyhound owners.
David Coulthard, Magnus Magnusson, Jack Charlton and Craig Brown are also lending their support.
Ireland, which failed to qualify for the European Championship when it lost a playoff with the Netherlands, remained winless in six games since McCarthy took over as coach from Jack Charlton.
England captain Bobby Moore lifts the World Cup at Wembley on July 30, 1966, with Jack Charlton, far left, and Bobby Charlton, far right IT'S 50 years since Geordie brothers Jack and Bobby Charlton played big parts in England's World Cup win beneath the old twin towers at Wembley Stadium.