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    Bobby Robson. Sir Robert William Robson CBE (18 February 1933 – 31 July 2009) [1] was an English footballer and football manager. His career included periods playing for and later managing the England national team and being a UEFA Cup -winning manager at Ipswich Town . Robson's professional playing career as an inside forward spanned nearly ...

  2. 1/7/2012 · Bobby Robson: West Bromwich Albion FC 20 appearances, 4 goals. P 20 W 11 D 7 L 2 F 62: A 23 73% successful 1957-62. captain: none minutes played: 1800 Timeline : Sir Robert William Robson CBE: Birth: 18 February 1933 in 28 George Street, Langley Park, county Durham [registered in Chester-le-Street, March 1933].To Philip George and Lilian (née Watt).

  3. Sir Robert William " Bobby " Robson CBE (18 February 1933 – 31 July 2009) was an English footballer and football manager. His career included periods playing for and later managing the England national team .

  4. 31/7/2009 · Robson's Ipswich success led to him succeeding Ron Greenwood as England manager after the 1982 World Cup. Failure to qualify for the 1984 European Championship was followed by a run to the quarter-finals of the 1986 World Cup in Mexico where England lost 2-1 to Maradona's 'Hand of God' goal and a superb individual strike by the Argentine legend.

  5. 31/7/2009 · Sir Bobby Robson: The England years 1982-1990 The place of Sir Bobby Robson on the top table of England's finest football managers is secure. His record is unique in containing such...

  6. The Sir Bobby Robson Foundation is a British cancer research charity which raises money to fund the early detection and treatment of cancer, and clinical trials of anti-cancer drugs. Based in the North East of England, the Foundation was launched on 25 March 2008 in the name of Sir Bobby Robson, himself a cancer sufferer five times since 1992, and who died of the disease on 31 July 2009.

  7. sir bobby robson England, 1982-1990 When Sir Bobby Robson died aged 76 in July 2009, none other than Sir Alex Ferguson said: "In my years working in England there is not a person I would put an inch above Bobby Robson." In the years since, the high regard in which Robson is held by everyone in football has proved even more striking.