Bobby Charlton

Bobby Charlton
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Name Sir Robert Charlton CBE
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Nation ClassicEngland.png Classic England
Position AMF
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Year Professionally Retired 1973?
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Bobby Charlton was an English midfielder who played for Manchester United from 1956 to 1973. He is the older brother of England defender Jack Charlton. Known for his brilliant attacking instincts, passing and incredible long-range shot, many regard him as the greatest footballer England has ever seen. He holds the record for the most goals scored for both England and Manchester United. In 1966 he won the World Cup with England and was named European Player of the Year.

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He has been omitted from recent PES series however after an update he was added to the Classic England squad alongside his 1966 World Cup winning team-mate and captain Bobby Moore.

To make him appear in modes such as Become a Legend and Master League when starting these modes make sure that "Classic Players" option is put to "Yes".

Last edited by Whelan on 12 April 2010 at 11:56
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