Darts legend Bobby George, 77, has ‘still got it’ as he does repair work at home

Darts legend Bobby George, 77, has ‘still got it’ as he does repair work at home

Darts icon Bobby George has shown that he's still got it by doing some DIY on his house.

Now 77, the King of Bling has posted a video of himself working on the porch of the property he helped build back in the 1990s.

The old-school Londoner was twice a World Darts Championship runner-up in his pomp and still adored by fans to this day as he works as a pundit on the World Seniors Tour.

On his latest upload, George wrote: "Day job maintaining the kingdom of Bobby George!"

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A response from darts professional Paul Nicholson said: "Some boy! Still got it. All of it."

A fan then said: "Bobby is like myself… old school.. if it's broken fixed it yourself."

A second added: "Fair play to you, Bobby. See you in the Circus Tavern."

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George was one of the first huge names in the sport despite coming up short in his quest to be a world champion – and never joining the PDC.

"I didn't play PDC because no one asked me," George said at an exhibition event last year.

"There was Phil Taylor and his dad there and he came round with a bit of scroll paper to sign it.

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"I said 'what's that?' He said we're starting a union so we'd have more television tournaments.

"It didn't bother me that as I was doing work for the breweries and earning good money.

"I didn't chase trophies, you can't eat trophies can you. You can't go into a restaurant and say I just want to order a trophy, give us a bill. They'd tell you to f*** off wouldn't they so I went the money side."

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