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Aston Villa - 1969/70 Featured Football Image

Aston Villa - 1969/70

Football - 1969 / 1970 Aston Villa photocall - Full Squad Team Group
Back (left to right): Peter Broadbent, Alan Deakin, Ian Hamilton, Barry Hole, Ferd Turnbull, Fred Pedley (physiotherapist), Barry Lynch, Lew Chatterley, Keith Bradley, Joe Donnelly, Michael Hancock.
Centre: Alex McMillan, Brian Little, Pat McMahon, Dave Simmons, Dick Edwards, Gordon Knowles, Graham Leggat (youth team trainer), John Dunn, Neil Rioch, Charlie Aitken, Brian Godfrey, Dave Rudge.
Sitting: Arthur Cox (trainer), Michael Kearney, Brian Rowan, John Griffiths, Lionel Martin, Micky Wright, Mike Ferguson, Brian Tiler, Bruce Rioch, Willie Anderson, Tommy Docherty (manager).
Ground: Gary Smith, Greig Fellows, Dennis Common, Alastair Cook, Billy Kellow, Roy Stark, David Thorneloe, Bobby Glaze, Jimmy Brown

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Bradford City - 1911 FA Cup Winners Featured Football Image

Bradford City - 1911 FA Cup Winners

Football - 1910 / 1911 season - Bradford City Team Group
1911 FA Cup Winners.
Beat Newcastle Utd 1-0 in a replay at Old Trafford after 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace.
Goalscorer: Speirs (received the Military Medal during the 1st World War. Killed in the battle of Paschendale in Aug 1917. Gained one Scotland cap)
Back (left to right): Peter O'Rourke (manager), Robert Bob Torrance, Frank O'Rourke (1 Scotland cap), vMark Mellors, James Jimmy McDonald, Archibald Archie Devine (1 Scotland cap), C. Harper (trainer).
Sitting: Wiliam Willie Gildea, Robert Bob Campbell, James Jimmy Speirs, George Robinson, David Taylor, Francis Frank Thompson (12 Ireland caps).
On Ground: Peter Logan and Richard Dickie Bond (8 England Caps)

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Corinthian F.C. - 1926/27 Featured Football Image

Corinthian F.C. - 1926/27

Football - 1926 / 1927 FA Cup - Third Round: Walsall 0 Corinthian 4
The Corinthian team group before the game 08/01/1927.
Back (left to right): Frederick Harold Ewer, A. G. Bower, B. H. Baker, J. R. B. Moulsdale, R. H. Jenkins.
Front: Claude Thesiger Ashton, Norman Creek, Arthur Egerton Knight, Frank Hartley, Kenneth Jackie Hegan, A. H. Chaddar.
Ewer won 2 Full England caps and played 14 Amateur Internationals; Ashton won 1 cap for England played in 13 England Amateur games. He also played cricket for Essex; Norman Creek won 1 England cap, was manager of the Great Britain Olympic football teams of the 1950s and 1960s, was one of two broadcasters who provided the first BBC Radio commentary on an FA Cup Final in 1936; Knight captained England in his only international in 1919 against Ireland, and won 20 amateur caps while a Portsmouth player, he also won a gold medal at the 1912 Olympic games and played in the 1920 Olympics. He also played cricket for Hampshire; Hartley played for Tottenham and was capped for the full England team and England amateurs, he represented Minor Counties at cricket and had a trial for England at Hockey; Hegan won 4 England caps and played 23 England amateur games and was part of the Great Britain team at the 1920 Antwerp Olympics.
In 1939, Corinthian amalgamated with the Casuals to form Corinthian-Casuals Football Club

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