Bobby Charlton

Sir Robert Charlton is an English former footballer who played as a midfielder. He is regarded as one of the greatest players of all time, was a member of the England team that won the 1966 FIFA World Cup, the year he won the Ballon d'Or, he played all of his club football at Manchester United, where he became renowned for his attacking instincts, his passing abilities from midfield and his ferocious long-range shot, as well as his fitness and stamina. He was cautioned only twice in his career, his elder brother Jack, in the World Cup-winning team, is a former defender for Leeds United and international manager. Born in Ashington, Charlton made his debut for the Manchester United first-team in 1956, over the next two seasons gained a regular place in the team, during which time he survived the Munich air disaster of 1958 after being rescued by Harry Gregg. After helping United to win the Football League First Division in 1965, he won another First Division title with United in 1967. In 1968, he captained the Manchester United team that won the European Cup, scoring two goals in the final to help them become the first English club to win the competition.

He is United's second all-time leading goal scorer, being surpassed by Wayne Rooney, held the distinction of being England's all-time top goal scorer from May 1968 to September 2015, when again Rooney surpassed his record. Charlton held the record for most appearances for Manchester United, before being surpassed by Ryan Giggs in the 2008 UEFA Champions League Final, he was named in the England squad for four World Cups. At the time of his retirement from the England team in 1970, he was the nation's most capped player, having turned out 106 times at the highest level; this record has since been surpassed by six players. He left Manchester United to become manager of Preston North End for the 1973–74 season, he changed to player-manager the following season. He next accepted a post as a director with Wigan Athletic became a member of Manchester United's board of directors in 1984 and remains one as of the 2018–19 season. Charlton was born in Ashington, England on 11 October 1937 to coal mining worker Robert Wallace "Bob" Charlton and teacher Elizabeth Ellen "Cissie" Charlton.

He is related to several professional footballers on his mother's side of the family: his uncles were Jack Milburn, George Milburn, Jim Milburn and Stan Milburn, legendary Newcastle United and England footballer Jackie Milburn, was his mother's cousin. However, Charlton credits much of the early development of his career to his grandfather Tanner and his mother Cissie, his elder brother, Jack worked as a miner before applying to the police, only to become a professional footballer with Leeds United. On 9 February 1953 a Bedlington Grammar School pupil, Charlton was spotted playing for East Northumberland schools by Manchester United chief scout Joe Armstrong. Charlton went on to play for England Schoolboys and the 15-year-old signed with United on 1 January 1953, along with Wilf McGuinness aged 15, his mother was reluctant to let him commit to an insecure football career, so he began an apprenticeship as an electrical engineer. Charlton became one of the famed Busby Babes, the collection of talented footballers who emerged through the system at Old Trafford in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s as Matt Busby set about a long-term plan of rebuilding the club after the Second World War.

He worked his way through the pecking order of teams, scoring for the youth and reserve sides before he was handed his first team debut against Charlton Athletic in October 1956. At the same time, he was doing his National service with the Royal Army Ordnance Corps in Shrewsbury, where Busby had advised him to apply as it meant he could still play for Manchester United at the weekend. Doing his army service in Shrewsbury at the same time was his United teammate Duncan Edwards. Charlton played 14 times for United in that first season, scoring twice on his debut and managing a total of 12 goals in all competitions, including a hat-trick in a 5–1 away win over Charlton Athletic in the February. United won the league championship but were denied the 20th century's first "double" when they controversially lost the 1957 FA Cup Final to Aston Villa. Charlton, still only 19, was selected for the game, which saw United goalkeeper Ray Wood carried off with a broken cheekbone after a clash with Villa centre forward Peter McParland.

Though Charlton was a candidate to go in goal to replace Wood, it was teammate Jackie Blanchflower who ended up between the posts. Charlton was an established player by the time the next season was underway, which saw United, as current League champions, become the first English team to compete in the European Cup; the Football Association had scorned the competition, but United made progress, reaching the semi-finals where they lost to holders Real Madrid. Their reputation was further enhanced the next season as they reached the quarter finals to play Red Star Belgrade. In the first leg at home, United won 2–1; the return in Yugoslavia saw Charlton score twice as United stormed 3–0 ahead, although the hosts came back to earn a 3–3 draw. However, United maint

Lat Yao District

Lat Yao is a district of Nakhon Sawan Province, central Thailand. Lat Yao was part of Krok Phra District. Khun Lat Boriban, the head of the tambon, developed the infrastructure of the tambon. In 1913, he proposed to the governor of Nakhon Sawan that the tambon should be upgraded to a district; the project was approved and the new district created. Neighboring districts are: Khanu Woralaksaburi of Kamphaeng Phet Province, Banphot Phisai, Mueang Nakhon Sawan and Krok Phra of Nakhon Sawan Province, Sawang Arom of Uthai Thani Province, Chum Ta Bong and Mae Wong of Nakhon Sawan; the Sakrae Krang River flows through the district. The Department of Royal Irrigation has declared its intention to build a dam on the river in the district; the dam has attracted significant local opposition. Opponents have rejected four health and environment impact assessments, pointing out that they fail to address mitigation and the impact on the forest ecology; the district is divided into 12 sub-districts, which are further subdivided into 149 villages.

Lat Yao and Sanchao Kai To are two townships, each covering parts of the same-named tambon. There are a further 12 tambon administrative organizations; the missing numbers 11-15 were split off as Mae Wong District Wat Khao Samuk Lat Yao Nong Nom Wua, was the backdrop for 2015's popular TV drama, Channel 3's Sud Kaen Saen Ruk

Candidates of the 1953 Queensland state election

This is a list of candidates who stood for the 1953 Queensland state election. The election was held on 7 March 1953. On 18 November 1950, Mick Brosnan was elected to succeed Samuel Brassington, who had died on 4 October 1950, as the member for Fortitude Valley. On 3 March 1951, John Dufficy was elected to succeed Harry O'Shea, who had died on 4 November 1950, as the member for Warrego. On 14 April 1951, Eric Lloyd was elected to succeed Bruce Pie, who had resigned on 6 January 1951, as the member for Kedron. On 5 April 1952, Leonard Eastment was elected to succeed Ned Hanlon, who had died on 15 January 1952, as the member for Ithaca. On 25 October 1952, Viv Cooper was elected to succeed Walter Ingram, who had died on 24 July 1952, as the member for Keppel. Thomas Dunstan MLA Duncan MacDonald MLA Malcolm McIntyre MLA Louis Luckins MLA Sitting members at the time of the election are shown in bold text. 1953 Queensland state election Members of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, 1950–1953 Members of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, 1953–1956 List of political parties in Australia Hughes, Colin A..

Voting for the Queensland legislative assembly, 1890-1964. Canberra: Dept. of Political Science, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University. ISBN 0-7081-0301-4