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Images Dated 2014 August

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Featured August Print

England - 1981 Ashes Series

Cricket - 1981 Australia Tour of England - England training before Second Ashes Test at Lords
The England team group, with captain Ian Botham.
Back (l-r): Mike Gatting, Bob Woolmer, Peter Wiley, Graham Dilley, John Emburey, Graham Gooch, David Gower.
Front: Bob Taylor, Bob Willis, Ian Botham (captain), Geoffrey Boycott, Mike Hendrick (12th man).
Botham recorded a pair as England drew the game to remain 1-0 down in the series, and he resigned the captaincy before the Third Test. With Mike Brearley installed as captain, Botham put in a series of brilliant performances as England won the Ashes 3-1. He scored 399 runs and took 34 wickets, and was named Man of the Series.

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Featured August Print

Northampton Town - 1965/6

Football - 1965 / 1966 season - Northampton Town photocall
Full Staff Team Group
Back (l-r): Theodore Foley, Graham Carr, Michael Everitt, J. Bates, John Kurila, T. Brunston, Ronald Walton.
Third Row: J. Payne (trainer), Barry Lines, William Best, Derek Leck, Roger Barron, John Linnell, Bryan Harvey, John Mackin, Victor Cockcroft, Joseph Kiernan, R. Wills (assistant trainer).
Second Row: Harold Walden, James Hall, Charles Livesey, Robert Hunt, Mr. Dave Bowen (manager), Robert Brown, Donald Martin, Brian Etheridge, Thomas Robson.
Ground: M. Howe, G. Fagan, Raymond Price, N. Bamforth.
To-date, this was Northampton's only season in the top tier of English football.

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Featured August Print

Jimmy Murphy & Wilfred Carr - WBA

Football - 1930 / 1931 season - West Bromwich Albion combined team group
Jimmy Murphy, second left, and Wilfred Carr, right.
Murphy played over 200 first team games for the club between 1930 and 1939, and was later a coach at Manchester United, working under manager Matt Busby for the latter's entire tenure. He temporarily took over as manager in 1958 when Busby recovered from the injuries he sustained in the Munich Air Disaster.
Carr never made a first team appearance for the club, a knee injury prematurely ending his career. He was previously on the books at Newcastle United between 1928 and 1930. His grandson is the comedian Alan Carr.

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