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England's Greatest Captain

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Submitted by nevillenixon on Wed, 12/04/2023 - 10:37

Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore OBE (should always have been Sir) was the greatest captain the English national side ever had and the most successful! He was taken far too early, finally succumbing to bowel cancer despite a brave fight and helping to pioneer modern immunotherapy procedures along with his Oncon team at hospital.

The football community came together to send the great man off when he died at the ridiculously early age of 51, his grace, pace and style were the personification of all that was good about the game and his reputation remains untarnished to this day!

Born: 12th of April 1941, Municipal Borough of Barking
Died: 24th of February 1993, Putney, London

R.I.P 'Sir' Bobby



Nev he was all that ,and i saw him play for the youth side as well a truely comanding captain then ,still miss him and i still call him Sir Bob

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A national treasure that the West Ham board of the day treated with such distain.

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