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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Bobby_RobsonBobby Robson - Wikipedia

    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. Manager Profile Bobby Robson Premier League Records Honours & Awards Personal Details Country of Birth England Status Inactive Date of Birth 18/02/1933 Premier League Seasons 6 Premier League Debut Match Chelsea (a), 11 September 1999, Lost 0 - 1 Gary Speed (right) receives an award for becoming the first man to play 400 Premier League matches

  3. 31/7/2009 · Sir Bobby Robson Manager who brought the England team to within a kick of their first World Cup final since 1966 Robson exhorting his Newcastle side to greater things against Manchester...

  4. 3/9/2020 · “The chance is there for the taking for all 32 players in action this week,” said Bobby Robson, who took charge of the England team in Iceland. As things transpired, Robson would be...

  5. 31/7/2009 · Sir Bobby Robson 1 1 1 1 1 31.07.2009 (76) imago images Date of birth/Age: Feb 18, 1933 Place of birth: Sacriston Citizenship: England Date of death: 31.07.2009 (76) Avg. term as coach : 3.47 Years Former player: Last club : Vancouver Royals Most games for : Fulham Profile History Stats Personal Record Manager career Players used Honours News

  6. 31/7/2009 · Sir Alex Ferguson and Fabio Capello have led the tributes to former England manager Sir Bobby Robson, who died today aged 76. Robson died at his home in County Durham this morning after a long ...

  7. Bobby Robson Manager Statistics. European Cup Winners Cup 1996-97, Copa del Rey 1996-97, Super Cup 1993-94, Cup of Portugal 1993-94, UEFA Cup 1980-81, Portuguese Liga 1995-96, Portuguese Liga 1994-95, Eredivisie 1991-92, Eredivisie 1990-91, FA Cup 1977-78, Texaco Cup 1972-73.