The legendary Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton has died at the age of 85.
The former England defender won a World Cup winner's medal in 1966. He spent his entire 21-year playing career at Leeds, making a joint club record 773 appearances, before retiring as a player in 1973 and going on to a colourful career as a manager.
One of English football's most popular and vocal characters, he spent time as a pundit and had spells as manager of Sheffield Wednesday, Middlesbrough and his hometown club Newcastle.
Affectionately known as Big Jack, he took over the reins as Ireland manager in 1986 and brought unprecedented success to the national side as he guided the Republic to their first major finals at Euro 88 and the World Cup in Italy in 1990 and four years later in 1994.
Charlton's last game in charge of the Irish team was the Euro 96 play-off defeat to the Netherlands, where the Dutch claimed the final spot at the tournament thanks to a 2-0 victory at Anfield in December 1995.
Here are some of the greatest photos of Big Jack during his time as Ireland boss.
11 February 1986; Jack Charlton, accompanied by Joe Delaney, assistant honorary treasurer of the FAI, arrives at Dublin airport four days after his appointment as Republic of Ireland manager.
23 April 1986; Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton during an international Friendly vs Uruguay at Lansdowne Road.
12 June 1988; Republic of Ireland Manager Jack Charlton, right, and Assistant Manager Maurice Setters celebrate their teams victory over England. European Championship Finals 1988.
25 June 1990; Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton prior to the FIFA World Cup 1990 Round of 16 match between Republic of Ireland and Romania at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris in Genoa.
21 June 1990; Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton after the FIFA World Cup 1990 Group F match between Republic of Ireland and Netherlands.
30 June 1990; Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton waves to the supporters following his side's defeat in the FIFA World Cup 1990 Quarter-Final against Italy.
1 July 1990; Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton, left, and captain Mick McCarthy as they are brought by open top bus from Dublin Airport to College Green in Dublin city centre on their arrival home for a homecoming reception after their participation in the 1990 FIFA World Cup Finals.
17 November 1993; Taoiseach Albert Reynolds T.D. welcomes Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton at Dublin Airport on the teams return from their 1-1 draw with Northern Ireland at Windsor Park in Belfast.
18 June 1994; Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton celebrates his side's victory following the FIFA World Cup 1994 match between Republic of Ireland and Italy at Giants Stadium in New Jersey, USA.
2 July 1994. Jack Charlton takes a break during a squad training session at the Orange Bowl in Florida, USA.
29 May 1994; Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton has a word with Paul McGrath during the International Friendly match between Republic of Ireland and Germany.
18 June 1994; Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton splashes water on Tommy Coyne, 15, and Andy Townsend during the FIFA World Cup 1994 Group E match between Republic of Ireland and Italy at Giants Stadium.
5 June 2002; Former Republic of Ireland Manager Jack Charlton watches the Republic of Ireland v Germany match in the FIFA World Cup Finals.
7 June 2015; Former Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton is introduced to the crowd before an International Friendly between Republic of Ireland v England.
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