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FA Cup Winners 1995

The Toffees toppled heavily fancied Manchester United in the 1995 FA Cup final. Everton won the match 1–0 via a headed goal by Paul Rideout, after Graham Stuart’s shot rebounded off the crossbar. Blues captain, Dave Watson was man of the match.

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Bobby Moore & Eusébio

Former World Cup winner and England captain Bobby Moore and Portuguese legend and former Ballon d’Or winner Eusébio both played for the International X1 team versus Chelsea in the John Dempsey’s testimonial back in 1980. What was the final score?

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From Liverpool to Madrid

England and Liverpool wonderkid Michael Owen joined fellow Englishman David Beckham at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium to become the latest Galácticos to play in La Liga. Real Madrid signed the Liverpool star for £8 million on 13 August 2004 and during his time with Los Blancos he scored 16 La Liga goals from 26 starts. Following […]

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Charity Shield

Kenny Dalglish’s double winning Liverpool side faced Howard Kendall’s Everton in the all Merseyside 1986 Charity Shield. Adrian Heath had put the Toffees ahead before Ian Rush equalised late on to end the game all level which meant the Shield was shared.

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A Brucie Barrage

Liverpool keeper Bruce Grobbelaar gives the Wembley pitch invader a warm welcome after the reds beat local rivals Everton in the 1989 FA Cup final.

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England 3 Denmark 0

England beat Denmark 3-0 in the second round of the World Cup back in 2002. Rio Ferdinand, Michael Owen and Emile Heskey grabbed the goals for the Three Lions.

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The Norman Hunter Stand

In 2020, Leeds United renamed the South Stand at Elland Road to ‘The Norman Hunter Stand’ as a permanent tribute to late club legend Norman ‘bite yer legs’ Hunter.

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Manchester City 1999

After a dramatic late comeback in the League One play off final at Wembley, the Manchester City team anxiously watch on as the game against Gillingham is settled on penalties. Step up Nicky Weaver, time to become a hero and send the blues back into the 2nd tier of English football.

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Pele #10

Pele opened the scoring for the Samba boys in the 1970 World Cup final. Brazil went on to beat Italy 4-1 to lift the Jules Rimet for the third time in their history. It would be Pele’s last World Cup.

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Bobby Moore

The only Englishman to lift the World Cup. Born on this day in 1941, the former West Ham United and Fulham defender would have been 80 today.

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