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Footballing Icons: Duncan EDWARDS

Manchester United and England international Duncan Edwards was tragically taken too soon aged just 21 when he sadly passed away shortly after the Munich air disaster in 1958. In his five years as a professional footballer at Old Trafford he helped the Reds win two league titles and amassed 177 appearances, scoring 21 goals from midfield. Whilst […]

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Quiz: England X1 in 90’s

During the 90’s, England’s national football team had mixed fortunes under the guidance and stewardship of managers Bobby Robson, Graham Taylor, Terry Venables, Glenn Hoddle and Kevin Keegan. The highs included reaching the semi-finals of the 1990 World Cup finals in Italy and it almost came home in the 1996 European Championships. The lows will […]

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Duncan Edwards

Manchester United and England international Duncan Edwards was tragically taken too soon aged just 21 when he sadly passed away shortly after the Munich air disaster in 1958. In his five years as a professional footballer at Old Trafford he helped the Reds win two league titles and amassed 177 appearances, scoring 21 goals from […]

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FA Cup: Record Breakers

The Football Association Challenge Cup was the first knock out competition of its type when it was founded back in 1871 and it remains the oldest cup competition in World football. Over 150 years have passed but the magic of the cup is still extremely strong with over 700+ teams battling it out to ultimately […]

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The Class of 66

The inaugural FIFA World Cup was hosted by Uruguay in 1930 but the pioneers of football, England didn’t make an appearance at the finals until 1950 which was held in Brazil. Unfortunately for Walter Winterbottom’s men, they’re first appearance at the World Cup didn’t go as expected and they failed to get out of the […]

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Moore & Butcher

England’s World Cup winning captain Bobby Moore was a Rolls-Royce of a defender, a leader of men, great in the tackle, silky in possession with an eye for a pass. Which former England defender would you pair up with the late Bobby Moore?

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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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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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When Football Almost Came Home

Southgate’s penalty, Gascoigne’s miss and German ruthlessness – let’s take a look back at the EURO 96 Semi-Final that brought the nation to its knees. After an epic judgement night in this years European Championship’s ‘group of death’ containing giants of the international footballing scene in France, Germany and Portugal, a pair of 2-2 draws […]

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