(Reuters) - Jack Charlton, a soccer World Cup winner with England and former Ireland boss, has died aged 85.
Born: May 8, 1935 in Ashington
Died: July 10, 2020 in Northumberland
Senior playing career: 1952-1973
Teams: Leeds United, England
Position: Centre back
Teams managed: Middlesbrough, Sheffield Wednesday, Newcastle United, Ireland
A tough tackling defender, he spent his entire club career at Leeds after graduating from their academy and made a record 773 appearances for them, scoring 96 goals.
Won his first England cap against Scotland in 1965 and played 35 times for the national team, scoring six goals.
MAJOR HONOURS AS A PLAYER
With Leeds United:
Football League First Division (1968-69)
Football League Second Division (1963-64)
FA Cup (1971-72)
League Cup (1967-68)
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup (1967–68, 1970–71)
World Cup (1966)
British Home Championship (1964–65, 1965–66, 1967–68, 1968–69)
Football Writers’ Association Player of the Year (1967)
MAJOR HONOURS AS A MANAGER
Football League Second Division (1973–74)
Anglo-Scottish Cup (1975–76)
With Sheffield Wednesday:
Football League Third Division third-place promotion (1979–80)
Compiled by Shrivathsa Sridhar in Bengaluru; Editing by Ken Ferris
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