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Images Dated 1975

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Leeds fans hold a Norman Bites Yer Legs banner during the 1975 European Cup Featured 1975 Print

Leeds fans hold a Norman Bites Yer Legs banner during the 1975 European Cup

Football - 1975 European Cup Final - Bayern Munich 2 Leeds United 0
Leeds United fans with a banner reading Norman bites yer legs (in reference to Norman Hunter) in English, German, and French in the stands at the Parc Des Princes, Paris

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England - 1975 Five Nations Full Squad Featured 1975 Print

England - 1975 Five Nations Full Squad

Rugby Union - England Squad for the 1975 Five Nations Championship
Full Squad Team Group at Twickenham
Back Row (l-r): Don Gatherer (physio), Tony Richards, Robin Cowling, Peter Warfield; Martin Cooper, Tony Jorden, Peter Wheeler, Colin White, Neil Bennett, Dr Leo Waldren.
Third Row: Alan Morley; Peter Preece; Geoff Evans; Steve Smith; Peter Rossborough; Neil Mantell; David Rollitt; Keith Smith; John Watkins; Peter Squires; Peter Coulson (assistant coach).
Second Row: ---; Peter Yarranton; Mike Burton; Bill Beaumont; Roger Uttley; Chris Ralston; Andy Ripley; Nigel Horton; Peter Dixon; Peter Ford (RFU); ---.
Front: Don Rutherford (RFU); Alan Old; David Duckham; Alec Lewis (RFU); Fran Cotton (captain); Ken Chapman (RFU president); John Pullin; John Burgess (coach); Tony Neary; Jan Webster; Ron Jacobs (RFU).
[Ken Chapman was the son of legendary Arsenal manager Herbert Champman]
Career

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CWC SF: Aus bt Eng 4wkts Featured 1975 Print

CWC SF: Aus bt Eng 4wkts

Cricket - 1975 Prudential World Cup - Semi-Final: England vs. Australia
Australia's Gary Gilmour before the game at Headingley.
In the best World Cup performance to date by a bowler, Gilmour took six for fourteen as England were bowled out for 93 (36.2 overs), after having fallen to 37/7. Australia initially suffered a collapse just as dramatic, falling to 39/6, before Gilmour (28 from 28 balls, 5 fours) brought them home in a fantastic all-round performance.
18/06/1975

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