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Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Winning Managers 1955-58 to 1970-71
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Winning Managers 1955-58 to 1970-71
The Inter-Cities Fairs Cup was a European football competition played between 1955 and 1971. As the name suggests, the competition was set up to promote international trade fairs. The initial competitions were played over several seasons and featured composite teams. The competition was initially only open to teams from cities that hosted trade fairs and where these teams finished in their national league had no relevance. The competitions also featured a one city, one team rule.
UEFA do not consider the tournament to be an official UEFA competition.
Leeds United won the Fairs Cup in 1968 & 1971
Newcastle United's Bobby Moncue with the Fairs Cup in 1969
Arsenal and Ajax in the 1970 Fairs Cup Semi-Final


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Programme from Arsenal v Ajax, Fair Cup Semi-Final
Leeds United won the Fairs Cup twice
The Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Trophy
Don Revie led Leeds United to two Inter-Cities Fairs Cup wins