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Images Dated 2010 March

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4 Mar 2010 Featured March Print

4 Mar 2010

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Wales - 1976 Grand Slam Winners Featured March Print

Wales - 1976 Grand Slam Winners

Rugby Union - 1976 Five Nations Championship - Wales 19 France 13
Wales Team Group, Cardiff Arms Park
Back Row (left to right): John Bevan, Franklin Knill, Graham Price, Trevor Pryce Evans, Allan Martin, Geoff Wheel, Charlie Faulkner, Bobby Windsor, Tom David, Steve Fenwick, Roy Bergiers, Derek Quinnell, Roy Thomas (who was on the substitutes bench for Wales on 25 occasions but never played a single match).
Front: Brynmor Williams, Gerald Davies, JPR Williams, Gareth Edwards, Mervyn Davies, Phil Bennett, J.J. Williams, Ray Gravell.
This team won the Grand Slam that year

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The Magical Magyars line up at Wembley before sensationally defeating England 6-3 in 1953 Featured March Print

The Magical Magyars line up at Wembley before sensationally defeating England 6-3 in 1953

Football - 1953 / 1954 season - England 3 Hungary 6
The Magical Magyars Hungarian team line up for The Match of the Century against England at Wembley.
Left to right: Ferenc Puskas, Gyula Grosics, Gyula Lorant, Nandor Hidegkuti, Jeno Buzanszky, Mihaly Lantos, Jozsef Zakarias, Zoltan Czibor, Jozsef Bozsik, Laszlo Budai, Sandor Kocsis.
The British press referred to it as the "Match of the Century" - the originators of the game, against the finest team in the world at that time. However England's were defeated at home for the first time to a side from outside of the British Isles, and were shown to be technically and tactically inferior to the Hungarian side. The result led to a review of the antiquated training and tactics used by the England team, and the subsequent adoption of continental practices at an international and club level in the English game.
25/11/1953

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