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Postby Baddowhammer » Sun Nov 12, 2017 12:47 pm

Is that a young Chris Kamara? Kendall looks more like Son Min.Great looking back. COYI
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Joe Mercer, Frank Soo, Jack Taylor, Frank Swift, Stanley Matthews and Matt Busby
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Postby Newmarket » Sat Dec 02, 2017 7:41 pm

See Billy's left dead shots boots lying around again .

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Postby cockneyhammer » Sat Dec 02, 2017 7:54 pm

Newmarket wrote:See Billy's left dead shots boots lying around again .

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now that is a blast from the past mate billy's boots tiger and scorcher
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Postby Baddowhammer » Sun Dec 03, 2017 10:48 am

Love looking back,always get reminded about something that takes me down memory lane. This time it was Geoff Hurst,how lucky were we to have had him,a true West Ham legend. COYI
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Postby cockneyhammer » Sat Dec 09, 2017 10:42 am

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One of the greatest upsets in a domestic final came in 1973, when Second Division Sunderland beat Don Revie's mighty Leeds 1-0 in the FA Cup showpiece at Wembley. The Sunderland goal from Ian Porterfield and an amazing double save from Jim Montgomery are both part of FA Cup folklore. The delighted celebrations of manager Bob Stokoe will live long in the memory too - here he is holding aloft the trophy
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Coventry had won the FA Cup in 1987, but they were the victims of an almighty shock at Gander Green Lane in Surrey two years later, with non-League Sutton claiming a famous 2-1 third round win. Here the ball is crossed in for Matthew Hanlon to volley the winner past Coventry keeper Steve Ogrizovic
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Manchester United have won the FA Cup more than any other club, but they haven't been strangers to embarrassing defeats over the years - here Milton Graham scores the opening goal for Harold Redwanker's Third Division Bournemouth side in their 2-0 third round win over Ron Atkinson's United in 1984. To put the shock result into some context, United were winners of the competition either side of this early exit, in both 1983 and 1985
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Yeovil take on Sunderland in the fourth round of the FA Cup in 1949. In this picture, Yeovil goalkeeper Dickie Dyke punches clear as the hosts come under pressure. On a dramatic afternoon in Somerset, more than 17,000 watched the Southern League outfit beat the First Division club 2-1, with an extra-time winner from Eric Bryant
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Swindon captain Stan Harland lifts the League Cup after his side's surprise victory over Arsenal in the 1969 final
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