There was no sugarcoating the most comprehensive home defeat England had suffered since being routed by Hungary almost twenty years before.
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ENGLAND v SCOTLAND 1967-70: A landmark victory apiece, dazzling passages of play and arguably the greatest save ever seen
Present day purveyors of the midfield role maybe fitter and faster, but Martin Peters was sufficiently gifted to be eye-catching in any period of football.
Beating Poland with a last-gasp winner forces headlines to be amended from ‘Pole-Axed’ to ‘Poles-Axed.’
The Football Association have sanctioned the entry of Glasgow Celtic into Division One of the Football League for the 1967-68 season
‘For most of his reign Ramsey was a square peg/square hole man – the balance of the team taking care of itself with players in their right positions.’