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WE PICKED OUT SOME OF THE BEST PHOTOS OF SIR BOBBY ROBSON DOWN THE YEARS YESTERDAY AS WE MARKED SIX YEARS SINCE THE NEWCASTLE UNITED MANAGER'S PASSING. READERS JOINED US IN LEAVING SOME EMOTIONAL TRIBUTES ON OUR FACEBOOK.

Lynn Swaddle: "RIP sir, you are a true Legend."

Alan Graham: "If only we had this guy today! RIP Sir Bobby Robson."

Pauline Falconer: "Awesome true legend and messiah. RIP Sir Bobby."

Paul Johnson: "Can remember crying when I saw him in the wheelchair. Always be missed, not just Toon Army but by all supporters of different clubs. RIP Wor Bobby."

Andrew Snowball: "He was and still is the true definition of a legend, RIP Sir Bobby."

Gail Barrett: "Six years ago my daughter was there at St James' Park, RIP Sir Bobby Robson. She even got her picture in the Chronicle. I can remember when he got sacked for getting Newcastle to fifth - would love to be in that position again."

Dawn Laidler: "A true gentleman, never to be forgotten, RIP."

Fred Stephen: "Great manager. Even better man. I don't think we will see another one like him."

Paul Dalby: "RIP Geordie Godfather."

Nicola McCluskey: "One of the best managers that Newcastle has ever had."

Mark McHale: "He might be Newcastle but a legend for the North East, nonetheless."

Alan Simpson: "Just oozed warmth and charm, a truly wonderful human being who simply loved his craft, and then some."

Christopher Holmes: "Club's never been same since he left. Team were a joy to watch during his reign. Met him in 2003 too, true gent."

Shaz Docherty: "We'll never get another one like him RIP Wor Sir Bob, never forgotten."

Greg Milbourne: "I spent a pre-match lunch with him, lovely man."

Mark Magorrian: "Legend! Saved the Toon Army and just a true gentleman. RIP Sir Bobby."

Kate Roberts: "My great hero."

Omar Mirza: "RIP, a true gentleman of the game, Newcastle United and England. Legend."

Mark Mcdonald: "There's only one Bobby Robson."

TOP COMMENT Norman Watson said: "I remember he came to the garden centre where I worked. Nice man. He gave me a tip for putting his plants in his car. RIP Bobby."

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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Aug 1, 2015
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