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Sir Bobby Charlton diagnosed with dementia
« on: 17:49:35, 01/11/20 » World Cup winner and Manchester United legend Sir Bobby Charlton has been diagnosed with dementia.
The news follows the deaths of his older brother Jack in July and fellow World Cup-winner Nobby Stiles on Friday, both of whom had also been diagnosed with dementia.

Sir Bobby, 83, won three league titles, a European Cup and an FA Cup with United during 17 years at Old Trafford.
He finished his career with spells at Preston and Irish side Waterford.
His wife, Lady Norma Charlton, expressed the hope that the knowledge of his diagnosis - first reported by the Telegraph- could help others.
Manchester United said in a statement: "Everyone at Manchester United is saddened that this terrible disease has afflicted Sir Bobby Charlton and we continue to offer our love and support to Sir Bobby and his family."

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Re: Sir Bobby Charlton diagnosed with dementia
« Reply #1 on: 19:02:37, 03/11/20 »
It must have been like heading a brick.
Maybe one of the reasons I never took to Footy as a kid,Oh and the boots even harder than the ball.
Politicians and nappies must be changed often,and for the same reason


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