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  1. The race for 4th spot is now at a crucial stage. And in the Premier League too.
  2. Hopefully we take advantage of Bournemouth’s win lat night. Come on Chelsea. Give us a big performance and victory,
  3. Score update in Spain in 1928 !
  4. Keith Houchen scores for York City to beat Arsenal in the FA Cup in 1985.
  5. One for you Boyne: Ibrox Stadium in 1962
  6. Just like this picture. Taken in 1950s I think.
  7. https://caxonblog.com/2017/02/19/tales-from-an-old-gold-adversary/#jp-carousel-5239
  8. https://caxonblog.com/2017/02/19/tales-from-an-old-gold-adversary/#jp-carousel-5236
  9. Stamford Bridge 1954. Original caption Photo negative must have been be wrong way round !
  10. That Van Basten goal in Euro 1988 Final
  11. The 1921 FA Cup Final at The Bridge. A well used long jump sand pit to the side of the goal, by the look of it.
  12. Alex Ferguson has just been sent off playing for Falkirk.
  13. England v Scotland at Crystal Palace 1904 Scotland playing in Lord Rosebury Colours Scotland have not always played in the distinctive dark blue shirts we associate with the team. On at least nine occasions between 1881 and 1951 they played in the primrose and pink racing colours of racehorse owner Archibald Philip Primrose, Lord Rosebery. Rosebery developed a keen in interest in association football and was an early patron of the sport in Scotland. In 1882 he donated a trophy, the Rosebery Charity Cup, to be competed for by clubs under the jurisdiction of the East of Scotland FA. The competition lasted over 60 years and raised thousands of pounds for charities in the Edinburgh area. The 5th Earl Rosebery was a patron of the game and Hon. President of the SFA and of Hearts F.C. His colours were first worn in 1881, and then in 1900, 1901, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908 and 1909. They were revived in 1949, and last used in 1951 against France. Perhaps the most noteable occasion the Rosebery colours were worn was in 1900. Scotland defeated England 4-1. Lord Rosebery told the Scotland captain Jacky Robertson, "I have never seen my colours so well sported since Ladas won the Derby." Queen’s Park’s Robert S. McColl (who went on to set up a chain of sweet shops, earning the nickname ’Toffee Bob’) scored a hat-trick.
  14. The Netherlands support v Eire in Euro 1988.
  15. A packed Stadio Silvio Appiani. Padova
  16. Geoff Hurst v Argentina in 1966. Jimmy Greaves v Uruguay in 1966.
  17. Hungary have just scored v Brazil at Goodison in their 1966 Group Stage Match. https://thesefootballtimes.co/2017/12/12/sweeter-than-dreaming-hungarys-unforgettable-1966-world-cup-campaign/

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