Bobby RobsonSir Robert "Bobby" Robson CBE was an English footballer and football manager. His career included periods playing for and later managing the England national team. Robson's professional playing career as an inside-forward spanned nearly 20 years, during which he played for three clubs: Fulham, West Bromwich Albion, and, briefly, Vancouver Royals. He also made 20 appearances for England, scoring four goals. After his playing career he found success as both a club and international manager, winning league championships in both the Netherlands with PSV Eindhoven and Portugal with Porto, earning trophies in England and Spain with Ipswich and Barcelona, and taking England to the semi-final of the 1990 World Cup, which remains the national team's best run in a World Cup since 1966. His last management role was as a mentor to the manager of the Irish national football team. He is fondly remembered by Newcastle fans for his time at the club.
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