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Manchester City beat Polish club Gornik Zabreze 2-1 in the 1969 European Cup Winners’ Cup Final in Vienna.
Ian Rush & Geoff Hurst both scored 49 Football League Cup goals during their careers.
Bobby Charlton in an 8-1 England win in Basel, 1963.
Roberto Di Matteo (September 2010) and Steve Clarke (November 2012).
Mexico 1970: Anatoly Puzach of the USSR was the first used substitute in the opening game against Mexico.
Four: 1974 West Germany, 2006 Germany, 2010 South Africa and 2014 Brazil.
Teddy Sheringham in August 2003.
Arsène Wenger (Arsenal, 2002 & 2003; 2014 & 2015), Keith Burkinshaw (Tottenham Hotspur, 1981 & 1982) and Bill Nicholson (Tottenham Hotspur, 1961 & 1962).
Winning Football League Cup Final players used to receive Tankards instead of medals.
Theofanis Gekas (VfL Bochum, 20 goals in season 2006-07).
Fabrizio Ravanelli (Middlesbrough v Liverpool & Middlesbrough v Derby County), Gianluca Vialli (Chelsea v Barnsley), Gianfranco Zola (Chelsea v Derby County) and Mario Balotelli (Manchester City v Aston Villa).
Jimmy Greaves and Gerry Hitchens (2), Italy 2-3 England, 24th May 1961, Stadio Olimpico, Rome.
Otto Rehhagel of Germany with Greece in 2004. UEFA European Football Championships Winning Managers
1966-67 Final between Celtic (Scotland) and Inter Milan (Italy)
Hibernian of Scotland in season 1955-56.
Five: Norwich City (Second Divison, 1962), Queens Park Rangers (Third Division, 1967), Swindon Town (Third Division, 1969),
Gordon Banks (Stoke City), Peter Bonetti (Chelsea) and Alex Stepney (Manchester United)
Nine: Bobby Collins (1965), Dave Mackay (1969), Billy Bremner (1970), Frank McLintock (1971), Kenny Burns (1978), Kenny Dalglish (1979 & 1983), Steve Nicol (1989) and Gordon Strachan (1991).
Harry Redknapp: West Ham (November 1998), Portsmouth (April & Oct 2004), Southampton (March 2005) & Tottenham Hotspur (August 2009)
Season 1964-65 when Rangers finished in 5th place and Celtic finished in 8th place.
Spain (Real Madrid 13, Barcelona 5) with 18, England with 13 (Liverpool 6, Manchester United 3, Nottingham Forest 2, Aston Villa 1, Chelsea 1) & Italy with 12 wins (AC Milan 7, Inter Milan 3, Juventus 2).
Three – 1900 (Paris), 1908 (London) and 1912 (Stockholm)
Brian McClair (1993-96), Andrew Cole (1996-2001), Louis Saha (2003-08), Dimitar Berbatov (2008-11), Radamel Falcao García (2014-15), Radamel Falcao García (2014-15), Zlatan Ibrahimović (2016-17), Romelu Lukaku (2017-19) and Anthony Martial (2019-20).
Tottenham Hotspur and Wolverhampton Wanderers, 1972 UEFA Cup Final (played over two legs).
Avram Grant (Israel, April 2008 with Chelsea), Sven-Göran Eriksson (Sweden, August 2007 with Manchester City) and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Norway January 2019 with Manchester United).
Juan Sebastián Verón (Manchester United, Sep-2001), Carlos Tévez (Manchester City, Dec-2009) and Sergio Aguero (Manchester City, Oct-2013, Nov-2014, Jan-16, Apr-2016, Jan-2018, Feb-2019, Jan-2020).
Swindon Town during season 1993-94. Burmah Oil’s global corporate headquaters were located in Swindon.
France in 1900, Denmark in 1908 and Denmark in 1912.
All were born on Christmas Day, 25th December – Jairzinho (1944), Kamara (1957), McAllister (1964), Elliott (1973) & Edwards (1982).
Norman Hunter of Leeds United
David Bentley in Blackburn Rovers’ 4-3 win on 1st February 2006 & Dirk Kuyt in Liverpool’s 3-1 win on 6th March 2011, Romelu Lukaku in West Bromwich Albion Tie 5-5 on 19th May 2013 and Samuel Eto’o in Chelsea win 3-1.
The United States of America in 1999.
Tony Brown in season 1970-71 with 28 goals in the old First Division.
Argentina (18 wins) & Uruguay (11 wins). The trophy was donated by the Scottish tea magnate Sir Thomas Lipton.
Dean Holdsworth against Oldham Athletic in Wimbledon’s 3-0 win on 26th April 1994.
Bert Trautmann, Manchester City’s German goalkeeper in 1956.
Only Scotland and 1,000 of their supporters turned-up for the game at Tallinn’s Kadrioru Stadium.
Kevin Lisbie for Charlton Athletic in their 3-2 win against Liverpool on 28th September 2003.
Captain of the England team in Victorian times and also a first class cricketer, gentleman amateur Charles Wreford-Brown is credited with inventing the term “soccer”, derived from Association Football.
Real Madrid of Spain beat Peñarol of Uruguay over two legs. The competition ran until 2004, when it was replaced with FIFA’s Club World Cup.
Stephen Ireland is the only one who played for the ‘right’ country. England (Wales), Brazil & Jordan (Scotland) and Scotland (Trinidad & Tobago).
Les Ferdinand (Queens Park Rangers, Newcastle United & Tottenham Hotspur), Teddy Sheringham (Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United & Portsmouth), Kevin Campbell (Arsenal, Nottingham Forest & Everton) and Nicolas Anelka (Arsenal, Manchester City & Chelsea).
Five: Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea (1967), West Ham United v Fulham (1975), West Ham United v Arsenal (1980), Tottenham Hotspur v Queens Park Rangers (1982 + replay) & Arsenal v Chelsea (2002).
25th August 1928 when Sheffield Wednesday beat Arsenal 3-2. Wednesday wore numbers 1 to 11 while Arsenal wore numbers 12 to 22.
Alan Mullery was sent off during the 1968 European Championships Semi-Final against Yugoslavia in Florence, Italy. It was the first time an England international had been sent off since 1872.
George Weah of AC Milan & Liberia in 1994-95.
Steve Archibald in 1982, firstly singing “We Have a Dream” with the Scotland World Cup squad starring B.A. Robertson and then alongside his Tottenham Hotspur team mates and Chas & Dave singing “Tottenham, Tottenham”.
Robert Huth (2004–05, 2005–06, 2015–16), İlkay Gündoğan (2017–18, 2018-19), Leroy Sané (2017–18, 2018-19), Jens Lehmann (2003-04), Michael Ballack (2009-10) and André Schürrle (2014-15).
Borussia Mönchengladbach (1977), Club Brugge (1978), Real Madrid (1981), AS Roma (1984), AC Milan (2005) and Tottenham Hotspur (2019).
Gordon Banks (37 Caps), Jamie Vardy (26 Caps), Peter Shilton (20 Caps) and Harry Maguire (20 Caps).
Norwich City (1962 Second Flight), Queens Park Rangers (1967 Third Flight), Swindon Town (1969 Third Flight), Aston Villa (1975 Second Flight) and Sheffield Wednesday (1991 Second Flight).
1901 when Tottenham Hotspur of the Southern League beat Sheffield United after a Replay. The ribbons were attached by the wife of one of the Spurs Directors.
West Bromwich Albion were Football League Champions for season 1919-20 while Aston Villa were FA Cup Winners for season 1919-20.
Sergio Agüero (4), Carlos Tevez (3), Pablo Zabaleta (2), Juan Sebastián, Nicolás Otamendi (2), Verón, Hernán Crespo, Gabriel Heinze, Martin Demichelis and Leonardo Ulloa.
The Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia) at the 1938 World Cup in France.
David Beckham (36 caps), Steve McManaman (13 caps), Michael Owen (11 caps) and Laurie Cunningham (3 caps).
Leeds United’s striker Alan ‘Sniffer’ Clarke.
Peter Schmeichel (Manchester United, 5), Anders Lindegaard (Manchester United) and Kasper Schmeichel (Leicester City).
Clint Dempsey (2 goals), Julian Green, John Brooks and Jermaine Jones.
Bayern Munich (2009, 2013 & 2015), Barcelona (2011), Atlético Madrid (2017) and Tottenham Hotspur (2019).
Fiorentina (1957), AS Roma (1984) and Sampdoria (1992).
Sergio Agüero (4 Manchester City), Carlos Tevez (2 Manchester United & 1 Manchester City), Pablo Zabaleta (2 Manchester City), Nicolás Otamendi (2 Manchester City), Juan Sebastián Verón (Manchester United), Hernán Crespo (Chelsea), Gabriel Heinze (Manchester United), Martín Demichelis (Manchester City) and Leonardo Ulloa (Leicester City).
Shaun Wright-Phillips (2004), Michael Brown (1998), Tony Coton (1994) and Garry Flitcroft (1993).
Craig Bellamy, 7 Clubs (Coventry City, Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, Liverpool, West Ham United, Manchester City & Cardiff City). Andrew Cole, 7 Clubs (Newcastle United, Manchester United, Blackburn Rovers, Fulham, Manchester City, Portsmouth and Sunderland), Wayne Routledge, 7 Clubs (Crystal Palace, Tottenham Hotspur, Portsmouth, Fulham, Aston Villa, Newcastle United and Swansea City), Tal Ben Haim, 7 Clubs (Bolton Wanderers, Chelsea, Manchester City, Sunderland, Portsmouth, West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers), Peter Crouch, 7 Clubs (Aston Villa, Southampton, Liverpool, Portsmouth, Tottenham Hotspur, Stoke City & Burnley) and Marcus Bent, 8 Clubs (Crystal Palace, Blackburn Rovers, Ipswich Town, Leicester City, Everton, Charlton Athletic, Wigan Athletic & Wolverhampton Wanderers).
Danny Blanchflower (1957-58 & 1960-61), Pat Jennings (1972-73), Steve Perryman (1981-82), Clive Allen (1986-87), Gary Lineker (1991-92), Jurgen Klinsmann (1994-95), David Ginola (1998-99) and Gareth Bale (2012-13).
André Villas-Boas, Glenn Hoddle and Jose Mourinho.
Thierry Henry (175 goals), Nicolas Anelka (125 goals), Louis Saha (85 goals), Olivier Giroud (78 goals), Eric Cantona (70 goals) and Robert Pires (62 goals).
David Beckham on 8th October 2005 in the 1-0 World Cup Qualifier win against Austria at Old Trafford.