"Jack, died on Friday evening, peacefully in his home in Northumberland surrounded by his family," it said in a Statement, the Charlton family: He will leave a big gap. But we are grateful for a life full of beautiful memories with him."
A whole career at Leeds United
Charlton completed games 35 countries, and 773 encounters. During his entire professional career for Leeds United's under contract. He stood for throughout his career in the shadow of his even more talented brother Bobby. In 1967 he was but also as the direct successor to the footballer of the year in England.
After the end of his career as a player in 1973, he also worked as a Trainer, first in English League football, but amazingly, never in Leeds. With Ireland's national team he won in 1988 at the European championship finals in Germany in the first game, ironically against England with 1:0. In 1995, he finished after the Failure in the qualifying activity in Ireland, and his coaching career.Updated Date: 11 July 2020, 05:19