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Willy, 20th-century German physician. See: Schultz-Charlton phenomenon, Schultz-Charlton reaction.
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Gentlemen who avoid controversy, remain married to the same person for years without a hint of scandal, whose inclusive nature means they always say the right thing, who prefer to help rather than criticise, are rarely considered great subject matter for a 300-odd page book, but not Sir Bobby Charlton.
Sir Bobby Charlton, founder of Find a Better Way, said: This funding from HM Treasury will help to achieve the aspirational goals we set out when we launched the charity over four years ago.
Previous winners of the award include David Beckham (2010), Seve Ballesteros (2009), Sir Bobby Charlton (2008), Sir Bobby Robson (2007), Bjorn Borg (2006), Pele (2005), Sir Ian Botham (2004), Martina Navratilova (2003), George Best (2002) and Sir Alex Ferguson (2001).
Summary: Sir Alex Ferguson will join forces with Sir Bobby Charlton to impress the FIFA team inspecting England's 2018 World Cup bid.
Gill said: "It will be discussed with Alex, Sir Bobby Charlton and the owners.
But Sir Bobby Charlton will NOT be joining the rest of the legendary squad from 1966 when they meet the public for a reunion in the Midlands.
In fairness to Lineker, not too many full-backs have won the trophy - his side is: Gordon Banks, Billy Wright, Bobby Moore, Roy Keane, Dave Mackay, Sir Bobby Charlton, George Best, Kenny Dalglish, Thierry Henry, Cristiano Ronaldo and Alan Shearer, playing in a 2-2-1-4-1 formation.
DAME Tanni Grey-Thompson and Sir Bobby Charlton were last night honoured at the Sport Industry Awards in London.
Manchester United legend Sir Bobby Charlton joined fellow survivors Bill Foulkes, Harry Gregg, Kenny Morgans and Albert Scanlon for a memorial service at Old Trafford, as fans across the globe paid their respects to those who did not make it home.
A BEAMING Sir Bobby Charlton could barely disguise the thrill of Manchester United's latest rollercoaster comeback ride.
From the world of football there has been Sir Bobby Robson, Alan Shearer, Peter Beardsley, Sir Bobby Charlton, Jack Charlton and Peter Reid.