Sir Bobby Charlton is a Manchester United and England legend. His career at Manchester United spanned 18 years, he scored an incredible 199 goals and won numerous medals. Charlton will always be considered as one of the greatest midfielders of all time, epitomised by winning the Ballon d'Or in 1966. His on-field actions helped secure England's greatest footballing moment: winning the 1966 world cup final on home soil against West Germany.
In retirement, Sir Bobby Charlton is still often seen at Old Trafford. However he has also put a great amount of time and energy working for charitable causes, in particularly with Find A Better Way. In 2011 he founded the charity Find A Better Way who strive to clear landmines. While visiting a minefield in Cambodia, Sir Bobby saw first-hand the humanitarian damage which landmines cause in war torn areas both past and present. The visit moved him to set up Find A Better Way as he felt that, with modern technological advances, there had to be a more efficient way of negating the effects of mines and improve safety and security for all.