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Aston Villa Team Group - 1895 FA Cup Winners Featured English football Image

Aston Villa Team Group - 1895 FA Cup Winners

Football - 1895 FA Cup Winners Aston Villa Team Group
Beat WBA 1-0 in the first Cup final at Crystal Palace
Back, standing (left to right): John Grierson (trainer), J. Dunkley (Hon Secretary), John (Jack) Baldy Reynolds, C. S. Johnstone (director), Howard Spencer, John Devey, Albert Wilkes, J. T. Lees (director), James William (Jimmy) Welford, Frederick W. Rinder (director), J. E. Margoschis (Chairman).
Seated: George B.Ramsay (Secretary), William Charles (Charlie) Athersmith, Roberts (Bob) Chatt, James Cowan, George Russell, Dennis (Denny) Hodgetts, Steve Smith.
This was the last time the first FA Cup was won before it was stolen

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Manchester United - 1909 FA Cup Winners Featured English football Image

Manchester United - 1909 FA Cup Winners

Manchester United 1909 FA Cup Winners 1908 / 09 Season. team group. Back row : L to R. Ernest Mangnall (Scretary / Manager), F.Bacon (trainer), Jack Picken, Hugh Edmonds, Mr.Murray (director), Harry Moger, John Henry Davies (Chairman), Tom Homer, Mr Lawton (director), Alex Bell, Mr.Deakin (director). Middle row : Billy Meredith, Richard Duckworth, Charlie Roberts, Sandy Turnbull, Enoch West, George Stacey. On Ground : Arthur Whalley, Leslie Horton, Harold Halse, George Wall. Credit : Colorsport

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Bert Trautmann injury incident - 1956 FA Cup Final Featured English football Image

Bert Trautmann injury incident - 1956 FA Cup Final

Football - 1956 FA Cup Final - Manchester City 3 Birmingham City 1
Broken neck incident: Man City goalkeeper Bert Trautmann dives at the feet of Peter Murphy at Wembley.
Trautmann was briefly knocked unconscious in the collision, but played on for the final fifteen minutes, making several crucial saves. After the match it transpired that he had actually broken his neck.
05/05/1956

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