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Date Of Birth : 12 April 1941
Position : Center-Back
Nation : England
Height : 180 cm
Major Club : West Ham United
Caps : 108 Games
World Cup Participation : 1962, 1966. 1970(18 Games)
Club Honours : 1 Time FA Cup
1 Time UEFA Cup Winners’s Cup
International Honours : 1966 FIFA World Cup Winners
Individual Achievement : 1964 FWA Footballer Of The Year
1966 Silver Ball FIFA World Cup
1966 BBC Sports Personality of The Year Winners
UEFA Jubilee Award (Golden Player of England)
English Football Hall of Fame
1967 Award to O.B.E
1968 European Championship Team of Tournament
1970 FIFA World Cup Bronze Ball
1970 Silver Ball European Footballer of The Year
1994 FIFA World Cup All-Time Team
1998 FIFA World Team of Century

Bobby Moore is one of the most iconic English footballers ever. His greatness has been appeared with a statue outside Wembley stadium. Moore was admired for his reading of the game and ability to anticipate opposition movement, played as center-back mostly by his genius positional play, as he had uncanny intuitive sense for where the ball was headed. His timing in the tackle was unmatched, and he was rarely off of his feet while winning the ball back for his team. Moore is known as a true leader and gentleman with his fair play. In 1966, He was voted as the fourth best of Ballon D’or, and he was voted seventh place the best player in history of World Cup by France Football. Although his ability was not the best ever, His greatness as captain leading England to be champion of world cup could lead him to be ranked among the best.

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