Sir Robert William "Bobby" Robson CBE (18 February 1933 – 31 July 2009) was an English footballer and, after retirement, manager of several European clubs and the England national football team.
His professional playing career as an inside-forward spanned nearly 20 years, during which he played for three clubs: Fulham, West Bromwich Albion, and, briefly, Vancouver. He also made 20 appearances for England, scoring four goals.
After his playing career he found success as both a club and international manager, winning league championships in both the Netherlands and Portugal, earning trophies in England and Spain, and taking England to the semi-final of the 1990 World Cup. His last management role was as a mentor to the manager of the Irish national football team.
Total goals scored: 141
Bobby Robson was awarded a number of honours for his contributions to football. In 1990, at the end of his eight-year reign as England manager, he was awarded a CBE and in 2002, he was knighted; both awards were for services to football!!
Dare I say... Spare?
Did he ever take part in a championship winning team? No. I don't mean "league championships". 141 goals in 20 years? Not exactly Beckham, eh?
My vote is NO, he does not get in the condo.