What Became Of The Boys Of ’66? As Football Pays Tribute To Man United Legend Nobby Stiles

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After the death of Nobby Stiles, a Manchester United legend and a central member of the 1966 World Cup victory, English football is in mourning today.

Stiles is the seventh member of the Three Lions squad to win the World Cup since the deaths of Alan Ball, Ray Wilson, Bobby Moore, Gordon Banks, Martin Peters and Jack Charlton.

This is what happened to all the players after their playing days ended 54 years after beating West Germany on that unforgettable day at Wembley, from being managers themselves, to being undertakers and insurance salesmen.

Source: Daily Mail

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