The brother of soccer legends Jack and Bobby Charlton has known as for your entire 1966 World Cup-winning staff to obtain posthumous knighthoods.
Tom Charlton stated the continued snub is “no approach to deal with our heroes”.
Bobby, 83 – revealed this week to have dementia – and hat-trick scorer Geoff Hurst, 78, are the one different staff members to have been awarded the honour.
Late supervisor Alf Ramsey was knighted in 1967 however Tom is dismayed that Jack, who died aged 85 in July, and the opposite gamers have been ignored.
Tom, 74, of Rotherham, South Yorkshire, informed the Mirror : “The entire staff should obtain retrospective knighthoods.
“Bob completely deserved his award however I’ve at all times felt it is a bit of slur that Jack wasn’t given one as effectively.
“I take a look at so many knighted individuals and cannot perceive how they’re higher than him.
“I believe the powers have made up their minds knighthoods will not be granted after somebody has died – however certainly some type of modification could possibly be made.
“This isn’t any approach to deal with heroes is it?”
Apart from Sir Bobby and Sir Geoff, the staff’s solely survivors are George Cohen, 81, and Roger Hunt, 82.
Those by no means knighted embrace captain Bobby Moore, who died aged 51 in 1993, and Nobby Stiles, 78, who died on Friday.
Labour MP Ian Lavery, whose Wansbeck constituency consists of the Charltons’ residence city of Ashington, yesterday stated: “These heroes from a legendary staff ought to all be knighted.”
A Cabinet Office spokesman stated they might not touch upon particular person instances however added: “Honours can’t be given posthumously as a result of they award membership of a dwelling Order of Chivalry.”