James Robson was an English former professional footballer who played as an inside forward know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Biography
|Birthdate||23 January 1939|
|Died||14 December 2021|
|Place of Birth||Pelton, United Kingdom|
|Spouse/Partner||Name not Known|
|Children||Dany ( Daughter )|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Net Worth||$1Million – $5 Million|
|Last Update||December 2021|
James Robson was an English former professional footballer who played as an inside forward. He played over 450 matches in the Football League.Robson won the First Division with Burnley in 1960, beating Manchester City on a Monday night in the final game of the season to win the title.
Jimmy Robson Wife and Children
Jimmy Robson is married man but there is no any information about his wife and children on social media as per source his daughter named Dany cared him when Jimmy has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
Burnley’s title winning heroes of 1959/60 are celebrated around Turf Moor, with framed pictures of an open top bus parade, a meeting at Wembley with the Duke of Edinburgh and goals from a team which was among the early proponents of Total Football.
But the medals, memorabilia and smiling faces do not tell the full story because a darker narrative is emerging. It’s a depressingly familiar tale, exchange one club or one generation for another, yet football’s institutions still cannot comprehend, or do not want to acknowledge, its magnitude.
Robson is a gentle and endearing man with a warm, northeast accent and retains an incredible knowledge and thirst for football despite his illness. He has no regrets about the career he chose, but of one thing he is certain.
“Alzheimer’s is a football disease,” he says, “I used to head the ball, pass out for a second, get my wits about us and carry on.”Robson’s face illuminates as he surveys from the stands at Turf Moor; the pitch looks like a green carpet, much different to his era, a time when players would spend the morning down the pit before walking to the stadium on match day.I ask Jimmy how he felt when he heard of the death of Nobby Stiles with dementia last month and the news, just a couple of days later, that Sir Bobby Charlton had also been diagnosed. “It makes me very sad because I know I’ll probably end up getting it, too,” Jimmy says, before his daughter Dany corrects him, laughing.