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Kevin Cerrito 3 Feb 16
One of Jack Eaton's last poems.
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Fergal O’Brien Racing Jul 11
This is absolutely superb
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Tony Parsons Jul 11
Thanks Jackie Charlton - Leeds and England, Wheetabix and Ireland, 1966 and for all time.
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Keith Gillespie Jul 11
Sad day for football😢😢.
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John Hunt Jul 11
Fantastic little story.
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FM104 Jul 21
Fans gathered at the scene of the iconic Italia 90 celebrations at the Walkinstown Roundabout this afternoon in honour of Jack Charlton 🇮🇪⚽
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Jimmy McBride Jul 11
There’ll be loads of stuff doing the rounds regarding Big Jack Charlton but this story of him learning about his England call up made me smile 😃 one of footballs larger than life characters 🙏🏼
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Ian Lavery MP Jul 21
My thoughts are with Big Jacks family today. “Big Jack” always one of us Always was always will be.
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WMC Action News 5 6 Feb 16
"Jack used to say 'live your life through God or spend eternity in Louisville"
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Mark McCadden Jul 11
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Stephen Elliott Jul 21
A tribute to Big Jack on a beach in the North East yesterday. 👏🏻
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RTÉ Soccer Jul 11
Figures from worlds of sport and politics pay tribute to the legendary Republic of Ireland manager and World Cup winner
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PNE Police Jul 11
Thoughts and prayers with the family and friends of Big Jack Charlton who has sadly passed away a true giant in the game. Formidable player on the pitch an inspiring manager and genuine character off it
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Chris Dawkes Jul 11
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Darren Fletcher Jul 11
A big man, a big personality with an even bigger heart
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SportsJOE Jul 11
"We've got a game to win" 💚
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Sinéad Kissane Jul 21
There is no other tune that encapsulates so many memories We’re all part of Jackie’s army
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Pat McCarry Jul 11
POUGATCH: "But you did have a Guinness tap on your [hotel] floor? KEANE: "Yeah, on our floor, which was pretty handy. But when I saw our lads go there for breakfast, it did concern me!"
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Charlie Baker Jul 14
We didn’t have one bad text or tweet (rare) Not one anecdote that didn’t have a superb punchline,not one bad caller or guest. 2 hours of emotion and laughter.Max excelled with a listening ear and compassionate lightness of touch.A privilege.
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Pat Murphy Jul 11
Listen in around 12.25,Leo,and I hope you’ll be enlightened
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