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Hundreds line the streets to pay last respect to Charlton

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Hundreds line the streets to pay last respect to Charlton

Hundreds line the streets to pay last respect to Charlton

Jack Charlton's funeral cortege drives through his hometown of Ashington and people line the streets to pay final respect to the beloved footballer.

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