Legendary footballer Sir Bobby Charlton, who played for Manchester United and England, has passed away at the age of 86. Charlton is considered one of the greatest players in Manchester United’s history, with 249 goals in 758 appearances from 1956 to 1973. He won the European Cup in 1968 and three First Division titles with United. He also earned 106 caps for England, scoring 49 goals, holding the record from 1970 to 2015. His family released a statement expressing their sadness and gratitude for the support he received. Manchester United also paid tribute to him, highlighting his sportsmanship and integrity. Charlton’s contributions to the club will forever be remembered. Manchester United players, Casemiro and Raphael Varane, along with former goalkeeper David De Gea, also paid their respects. Charlton’s impact on English football was recognized by his fellow professionals, including Newcastle boss Eddie Howe, Middlesbrough manager Michael Carrick, and former Manchester United captain Gary Neville. Manchester United will honor Charlton during their match against Sheffield United by wearing black armbands and holding an expanded minute’s silence. Fans can pay their respects at Old Trafford through a physical and online book of condolence. Football personalities, including Pep Guardiola and Gary Neville, shared their thoughts on Charlton’s legacy, highlighting his role as an ambassador for the sport. Charlton’s death marks a significant loss for English football.