Report: Sir Bobby Charlton diagnosed with dementia

    The Telegraph stated the 83-year-old’s other half, Girl Norma, had actually offered her true blessing for his condition to be reported.

    Sir Bobby Charlton has been diagnosed with dementia, it has been reported.

    The Telegraph stated that the 83-year-old’s other half, Girl Norma, enjoyed for the Manchester United and England great’s condition to be reported.

    The paper stated Girl Norma had actually offered the breaking of the news her “blessing”, with the statement coming 2 days after his club and nation team- mate Nobby Stiles passed away after his own fight with the health problem.

    Jack (left) and Bobby Charlton are England greats (PA)

    In July, Sir Bobby’s bro Jack also passed away, himself having formerly being diagnosed with dementia.

    Sir Bobby is considered as among England’s best ever, if not the very best, footballers.

    A 1966 World Cup winner, he held England’s goalscoring record of 49 for near 50 years till it was broken by Wayne Rooney. When he passed the 249

    “Yet another hero of our 1966 World Cup winning team has been diagnosed with dementia. Perhaps the greatest of them all, @SirBobby. This is both very sad and deeply concerning, ” he scored for his cherished Red Devils, the exact same man would take his Manchester United goals.Twitter stated Gary Lineker, himself a scorer of 48 England

    , on World has Yet another hero of our 1966 diagnosed with dementia winning very been

    Possibly the best of them all, @SirBobby. This is both

    Sir Bobby unfortunate and deeply worrying.goals– Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) November 1, 2020games’s 249 Manchester United club stumbled upon 758 with for the goals, appearance his England

    can be found in 106 Air and almost all were from A survivor of the Munich goals Catastrophe in 1958, he assisted the restoring of the win in the wake of the catastrophe and scored 2 Cup as they beat Benfica to

    the European club in 1968.“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.” A declaration from the also read:

    The Football Association family tweeted its best dreams.

    Sending our best dreams to @SirBobby and

    ❤– England (@England) November 1, 2020half times more A research study, led by specialist neuropathologist Dr Willie Stewart of Glasgow University and released in 2019, exposed that general population footballers are around 3 and a

    most likely to pass away from neurodegenerative illness than the The report, commissioned by the Football Association and the Expert Footballers’ Association, evaluated the medical records of 7,676 against more who played expert general population in between 1900 and 1976. Their records were matched

    than 23,000 people from the former.age The research study’s findings came 17 years after with England and West Brom striker Jeff Astle passed away at the “industrial injury” of 59

    what a coroner referred to as an “these players who have suffered dementia must not be a statistic – they must never be forgotten”.

    Astle’s child Dawn reacted to the research study’s findings by stating (*).(*)

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