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Images Dated 2007

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Tottenham Hotspur - 1960/61 League and FA Cup Double Winners Featured 2007 Image

Tottenham Hotspur - 1960/61 League and FA Cup Double Winners

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The Tottenham Hotspur team group before the game at Bloomfield Road on 22/8/60.
Back (left to right): John White, Peter Baker, Ron Henry, Bill Brown, Maurice Norman, Dave Mackay.
Front: Robert Bobby Smith, Terry Medwin, Danny Blanchflower, Les Allen, Terry Dyson.
That season Spurs became the first team in the twentieth century to win both the league title and the FA Cup

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Aston Villa - 1920 FA Cup Winners Featured 2007 Image

Aston Villa - 1920 FA Cup Winners

Football - 1919 / 1920 Aston Villa FA Cup Winners - Team Group
They beat Huddersfield Town 1-0 on 24th April 1920 at Stamford Bridge.
Back row (left to right): George Ramsay (Secretary), T. Smart, P.W.M.Bate (Director), Sam Hardy, F. Miles (trainer), Frank Moss, H. Spencer (director).
Middle row: J. Devey (director), Billy Kirton, Andy Ducat, Fred Rinder (Chairman) with the FA Cup trophy, Billy Walker, Clem Stephenson, J. E. Jones (Vice Chairman).
Ground : Charlie Wallace, Frank Barson, Tom Weston, A. Dorrell

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1977 Sam Doble Memorial Match Featured 2007 Image

1977 Sam Doble Memorial Match

Rugby Union - 1977 Sam Doble Memorial Game - Moseley 19 International Rugby Writers XV 43
The International XV scrum prepares to bed down at The Reddings, Moseley. Left to right: Graham Price, Peter Wheeler, Fran Cotton, Bill Beaumont, Alan Martin (behind) and Terry Cobner (right).
The game was organised to raise funds for the family of Moseley and England full back Sam Doble, who had died of cancer at the age of 33. A seventeen match unbeaten Moseley side played against an invitation XV that is considered one of the strongest ever to appear in Britain

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