They both played for the only England soccer team to win a World Cup, on home soil in 1966. Bobby was the goal-scoring midfielder, who scored 199 goals in 606 appearances for Manchester United over a 17-year spell. Jack was a no-nonsense defender who made even more appearances (629) in 21 years with Leeds United, the only club side he ever played for (he also managed to score a not inconsiderable 70 goals). While their professional high-points were arguably winning a World Cup (though Jack had more success than Bobby at a managerial level, taking the Republic of Ireland to the first World Cup and European Championships in its history), their personal relationship hasn’t always been as smooth. In fact, until Jack presented Bobby with the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award in 2008, the pair reportedly hadn’t spoken in years due to an alleged falling out between Bobby’s wife Norma and their mother Cissie.