By Sam Blitz For Mailonline
Published: 00:56 GMT, 3 November 2020 | Updated: 00:58 GMT, 3 November 2020
Sir Bobby Charlton's brother has claimed the Manchester United legend is having 'good days and bad days' follow his recent diagnosis of dementia.
News of the 83-year-old former footballer's illness was announced by his family over the weekend, just three months after the death of Sir Bobby's older brother Jack - who also had dementia.
Fellow 1966 World Cup-winning team-mate Nobby Stiles passed away last week at the age of 78 having been combatting advanced dementia in recent years, but Charlton's brother Tommy confirmed that he had an emotional conversation with his sibling on Monday.
Sir Bobby Charlton had a 'good day' on Monday after his dementia diagnosis, says his brother
Tommy Charlton (above) revealed Sir Bobby is having a mix of 'good days and bad days'
One the same day: Tommy Charlton told Sky Sports News: 'I spoke to Bob