Twenty Great games of 73/74: And the Law won – Denis back-heels City to victory at Old Trafford and nudges United toward the Orient……….
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Like it or not, we live in an era when 24 hour TV sports channels give credence to the most inconsequential football story and social media provides a platform for views most sane followers of the game could live without…
At some point between January and April my Dad would describe a team as ‘playing badly enough to win the cup.’
For 45 years Dad and I went to football matches together – games from the bottom of the pyramid to a Wembley League Cup Final.
The roar greeting The Who was the loudest thing I’d ever heard – until Townshend sent the opening chords of ‘Substitute’ searing through the hall.
Beating Poland with a last-gasp winner forces headlines to be amended from ‘Pole-Axed’ to ‘Poles-Axed.’
‘With every gangway overflowing, from the opposite end of Molineux, the South Bank looked like a red and white Mount Everest.’