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2 hours ago, erskblue said:

Milan Obsession on Twitter: "How could anyone who saw Baresi ...

Baresi and Maldini.

Defensive Legends for both AC Milan  and Italy.

Those two would be worth a fortune nowadays. Would cost tens of millions of pounds to sign them but would they have left AC Milan? I doubt it. The two of them were part of a legendary back four. 

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How vintage football shirts became big business - The Face

It's looks like a sea of orange .

Marco van Basten celebrating his goal v Eire, during the Euro Finals back in June 1988

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Martin Buchan and Ivan Curkovic lead the teams out at the Geoffroy-Guichard, 14 September 1977.

 

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Why Manchester United played Saint-Etienne at Home Park in 1977 ...Flashback to Manchester United v St Etienne at Plymouth | Daily ...

  The ECWC 1977/78  saw St Etienne play  Man Utd .

The 2nd Leg was played at Plymouths Home Park because of hooliganism in France at the first leg.

 This was a UEFA ruling.

It was 'beamed' back to Old Trafford on big screens.

 

 

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22 hours ago, erskblue said:

How vintage football shirts became big business - The Face

It's looks like a sea of orange .

Marco van Basten celebrating his goal v Eire, during the Euro Finals back in June 1988

Went to that tournament.

Great time, crap football. Well England games were!

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1 hour ago, Boyne said:

A bit different. An interesting article about the Wembley Wizards. The Scotland team had one current Chelsea player and two future players.

England 1-5 Scotland: The day the Wembley Wizards were born - http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52089989

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Tommy Law our left back who made his Scotland debut that day played only one more game for Scotland.

In the 1930 game v England at Wembley, England gained revenge by winning 5-2.

So in the two England v Scotland games he played in, a total of 13 goals were scored.

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8 hours ago, Scott said:

Loved watching this squad play.

 

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Zenga, Maldini, De Napoli, Ferri and Bergomi.
Baresi, Giannini, Donadoni, Schillaci, Vialli and De Agostini.

Classy team and classic strip too.

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Sport. Football. Stamford Bridge, Chelsea, London. 20th March 1962. England Manager Walter Winterbottom talks to his players during half time of the England Seniors v England Under 23's trial match. : News Photo

'England Trial Match at The Bridge on 20th March 1962, '

'England Manager Walter Winterbottom talks to his players during half time of the England Seniors v England Under 23's trial match.'

 

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17 hours ago, Scott said:

Loved watching this squad play.

 

WfKUrA0.jpg

 

Zenga, Maldini, De Napoli, Ferri and Bergomi.
Baresi, Giannini, Donadoni, Schillaci, Vialli and De Agostini.

It would have been amazing to see them win 'Italia 90'.

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6 minutes ago, erskblue said:

Best Tardelli GIFs | GfycatHistorical Pics on | World football, World cup, Sport football

Marco Tardelli...

That celebration in the World Cup Final of 1982.

 

Still one of the finest celebrations I've seen. The emotion on his face says it all.

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Doug Rougvie in his Aberdeen days.

Top v Real Madrid in 1983 ECWC Final

Second Pic :v Davie Cooper of Rangers in 1979 League Cup Final.

Bottom picture: He's the No 3 'sorting out ' a Celtic fan, who'd run onto the pitch to attack Gordon Strachan !

It's debatable whether the Police were actually needed. Actually perhaps they were. but for that fans safety :shok::biggrin:

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4 hours ago, Boyne said:

Still one of the finest celebrations I've seen. The emotion on his face says it all.

Agreed. It is some celebration.

One of the iconic moments of the Spain 82 World Cup.

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