Irish, English football in mourning: The legendary coach of the national team to distinguish Northern Ireland from the Irish Republic of Ireland has died at the age of 85.
Bobby Charlton’s brother, a former world champion in the ’66s, was a former Leeds and England defender who suffered from lymphoma and advanced dementia.
Leeds’ flag, who has played for 21 years, found his glory in leading Italy to the quarter-finals of the 90s on the Ire Bench, where Azouri was sent off for a goal by Totte Shillasi. The USA defeated Italy in the first match of the group stage in ’94 to advance to the 32nd round. Surpassed the Netherlands. In ’96 he received honorary Irish citizenship.
For all this, sympathy earned him the nickname St. Jack in Dublin. The Irish Football Association remembers him as “the man who changed our football forever” in a tweet. “He was a beloved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather – the family remembers him with a note. His loss leaves us with a great void, but we will always be grateful for all the wonderful memories he has given us.
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