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Everton FC 1969-70 Featured 2008 Image

Everton FC 1969-70

Football - Everton F.C. 1969 / 1970 - Team Group Photocall
Back row (left to right): Geoff Barnett, Gordon West, Andy Rankin.
Middle row: W.Dixon (trainer), John Hurst, Joe Royle, Brian Labone, Roger Kenyon, Sandy Brown, Howard Kendall, Harry Catterick (Manager).
Front row: Alan Whittle, Johnny Morrissey, Gerry Humphreys, Jimmy Husband, Tommy Jackson, Tommy Wright, Alan Ball, Colin Harvey

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Ireland - 1923 British Home Championship Featured 2008 Image

Ireland - 1923 British Home Championship

Football - 1923 British Home Championship - England 2 Ireland 0
Ireland Team Group before the game at The Hawthorns, West Bromwich.
Back Row (left to right): Wiliam Billy Emerson (Glentoran, Burnley and Lindfield), trainer, David Rollo (Linfield, Blackburn Rovers and Port Vale), Alfred Harland (Linfield, Everton and Runcorn, John Curran (Glenavon, Brighton and Linfield, linesman, Gerry Morgan (Linfield, Nottingham Forest and Luton).
Front: Davy Lyner (Glentoran, Man United and New Brighton), Robert Bobby Irvine (Everton, Portsmouth, Watford and Chester), Pat Nelis (Accrington Stanley, Nottingham Forest and Wigan Borough), William Billy Gillespie (Linfield, Leeds City, Sheffield United, Derry City), James Burns (Glenavon, Reading), Ernest Bert Smith (Cardiff, Middlesbrough and Watford)

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Police try to stop Manchester United fans invading the Old Trafford pitch after Denis Laws goal relegates the club in 1974 Featured 2008 Image

Police try to stop Manchester United fans invading the Old Trafford pitch after Denis Laws goal relegates the club in 1974

Football - 1973 / 1974 First Division - Manchester United 0 Manchester City 1
Police try to prevent United fans invading the Old Trafford pitch after Denis Law's 82nd minute goal for City.
United fans invaded the pitch in the hope the game would be called off. Although it was the first match in English football to be stopped after crowd disorder, the league decided the result would stand. Other results that day meant United would have been relegated even if the match had been drawn

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