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How Did Jimmy Robson Die? Burnley First Division Title Winner Jimmy Robson Passed Away at 82

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Here we are sharing sorrowful news with you, that Jimmy Robson passes away. He was a very wonderful person. This is very sad news for those, who love him. He has done good work. But we have to share this news. He was very famous among the people. He had played very well in his field.

Jimmy Robson passed away

He has a reputed image in the community. It is very sad news for his fans, he has the best fan following. people love his way to play. internet is fulfilled with sad comments. Fans and relatives are giving final condolences to him. We will give entire information in this article.  we cover everything in this article.

How Did Jimmy Robson Die?

As we told you Jimmy Robson is no more. He died on 14th December 2021, at the age of 82. He was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease-he is the seventh member of Burnley’s title-winning Squad to die with the condition. This news was confirmed by Burnley posted on social media ” we are saddened to hear of the demise of jimmy Robson this morning.

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He was an amazing footballer  He is held legendry rank at Burnley, where the inside forward won the first Divison with the Clarets in 1960. 63 appearances made by Robson for the Seasiders between 1965 and 1968, scoring 13 times.

James Robson was born on 23 January 1939. He was an English former professional footballer, he played as an inside forward. 450 matches played by him in the football league. Jimmy won the first Divison with Burney in 1960, beating Manchester City on a Monday night in the final game of the season to win the title.

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Burnley First Division Title Winner Jimmy Robson Passed Away at 82

Jimmy’s goal against Tottenham in 1962 to make it 1-1 was the 100th goal ever scored in an FA Cup final at Wembley. Jimmy Robson Became the first Blackpool substitute to score in 1966, 27 April.

He won first position Football League in 1959-60 he was a runner-up of the FA Cup in 1962, he scored the 100th goal in the final of the competition. He scored 100 goals in 242 appearances during his time at Turf Moor. Robson Daughter wrote on social media My dad, my mate, my hero his daughter’s name is Dany.

The Thoughts of everyone at Turf Moor are with jimmy’s family and friends.” many people are giving him condolences. He has a good image among the people. Fans loved him so much. We have talked about his opportunities which are cmmandable. Some people never die, they are alive in the heart. We will miss him for his good work. God gave peace to his soul.

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