1966 World Cup

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Daily Mirror
Football heroes with dementia betrayed by mega-rich game that refuses to helpwages of Premier League players would raise millions to do that.Ray Wilson is s
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 hours ago
wages of Premier League players would raise millions to do that.Ray Wilson is suffering from the illness (Image: EMPICS)The 1966 World Cup winner is one of three that have been diagnosed with the disease (Image: Andy Stenning/Daily Mirror) "Surely... Read more
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The Economic Times
Wayne Rooney calls time on his England careercountry that always considered itself a major footballing power struggled to em
The Economic Times / Posted 8 hours ago
country that always considered itself a major footballing power struggled to emulate its solitary tournament success at the 1966 World Cup. When Rooney burst on to the tournament scene by scoring four goals at the 2004 European Championships, his... Read more
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EuroNews
England's record-breaker who fell short at tournamentscountry that always considered itself a major footballing power struggled to em
EuroNews / Posted 11 hours ago
country that always considered itself a major footballing power struggled to emulate its solitary tournament success at the 1966 World Cup. When Rooney burst on to the tournament scene by scoring four goals at the 2004 European Championships, his... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
England's record-breaker who fell short at tournamentscountry that always considered itself a major footballing power struggled to em
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 12 hours ago
country that always considered itself a major footballing power struggled to emulate its solitary tournament success at the 1966 World Cup. When Rooney burst on to the tournament scene by scoring four goals at the 2004 European Championships, his... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Rooney falls short but deserves respectmean his contribution for his country is dwarfed by Sir Bobby Charlton's, the c
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 13 hours ago
mean his contribution for his country is dwarfed by Sir Bobby Charlton's, the creative force behind England's 1966 World Cup winners and Gary Lineker's, who top-scored at Mexico '86 with six goals and was still the leading man for his... Read more
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CTV News
England record-scorer Wayne Rooney ends international careerstage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country's inability to come cl
CTV News / Posted 13 hours ago
stage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country's inability to come close to adding to its solitary title in the 1966 World Cup. "One of my very few regrets is not to have been part of a successful England tournament side," Rooney said.... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
England record-scorer Wayne Rooney ends international careerstage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country's inability to come cl
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 13 hours ago
stage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country's inability to come close to adding to its solitary title in the 1966 World Cup. "One of my very few regrets is not to have been part of a successful England tournament side," Rooney said.... Read more
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The World Game
Wayne Rooney ends international careerstage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country's inability to come cl
The World Game / Posted 13 hours ago
stage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country's inability to come close to adding to its solitary title in the 1966 World Cup. "One of my very few regrets is not to have been part of a successful England tournament side," Rooney said.... Read more
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TSN
Rooney ends international soccer careerstage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country's inability to come cl
TSN / Posted 13 hours ago
stage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country's inability to come close to adding to its solitary title in the 1966 World Cup. "One of my very few regrets is not to have been part of a successful England tournament side," Rooney said.... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Wayne Rooney announces his retirement from England's national teamstage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country's inability to come cl
Baltimore Sun / Posted 13 hours ago
stage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country's inability to come close to adding to its solitary title in the 1966 World Cup. "One of my very few regrets is not to have been part of a successful England tournament side," Rooney said.... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
England striker Wayne Rooney ends international careerstage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country’s inability to come cl
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 13 hours ago
stage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country’s inability to come close to adding to its solitary title in the 1966 World Cup. "One of my very few regrets is not to have been part of a successful England tournament side," Rooney said.... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
England striker Wayne Rooney ends international careerstage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country's inability to come cl
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 14 hours ago
stage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country's inability to come close to adding to its solitary title in the 1966 World Cup. "One of my very few regrets is not to have been part of a successful England tournament side," Rooney said.... Read more
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KTVN Reno
England record-scorer Wayne Rooney ends international careerstage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country's inability to come cl
KTVN Reno / Posted 14 hours ago
stage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country's inability to come close to adding to its solitary title in the 1966 World Cup. "One of my very few regrets is not to have been part of a successful England tournament side," Rooney said.... Read more
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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
England striker Wayne Rooney ends international careerstage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country's inability to come cl
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted 14 hours ago
stage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country's inability to come close to adding to its solitary title in the 1966 World Cup. "One of my very few regrets is not to have been part of a successful England tournament side," Rooney said.... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
England striker Wayne Rooney ends international careerstage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country's inability to come cl
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 14 hours ago
stage often saw him cast as the fall guy for his country's inability to come close to adding to its solitary title in the 1966 World Cup. "One of my very few regrets is not to have been part of a successful England tournament side," Rooney said.... Read more
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International Business Times
Wayne Rooney's England career is over, says Sir Geoff Hurst not warrant a recall to the England squad and his career with the national team
International Business Times / Posted 16 hours ago
not warrant a recall to the England squad and his career with the national team should effectively be over, according to 1966 World Cup winner Sir Geoff Hurst. Rooney has hit the ground running since moving back to Goodison Park in the summer... Read more
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Goal.com
Southgate should end Rooney's England career - HurstGareth Southgate should tell Wayne Rooney his England career is over, according
Goal.com / Posted yesterday
Gareth Southgate should tell Wayne Rooney his England career is over, according to 1966 World Cup final hat-trick hero Geoff Hurst. Rooney has scored two goals in two Premier League games since leaving Manchester United to go back to Everton,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Should England recall Rooney? Three Lions greats and team-mates have their saypermanently. With Rooney playing again, there is a new dilemma for Southgate.
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
permanently. With Rooney playing again, there is a new dilemma for Southgate. But Hurst, the hat-trick hero of England’s 1966 World Cup triumph, argues it's time to draw a line under the star’s career.New boss Southgate has overlooked Rooney... Read more
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Everton FC
Remembering BallyThe Willow Foundation north of London in Hertfordshire. Funds will also be dis
Everton FC / Posted yesterday
The Willow Foundation north of London in Hertfordshire. Funds will also be distributed amongst the families of the England 1966 World Cup squad, including Alan’s family. Jimmy Ball, Alan’s son said: “Losing both our parents at a young age turned... Read more
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soccernews
Rooney´s England career is over - HurstGareth Southgate should tell Wayne Rooney his England career is over, according
soccernews / Posted yesterday
Gareth Southgate should tell Wayne Rooney his England career is over, according to 1966 World Cup final hat-trick hero Geoff Hurst. Rooney has scored two goals in two Premier League games since leaving Manchester United to go back to Everton,... Read more
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Soccer Way
Rooney´s England career is over - Hurst England career is over - Hurst Gareth Southgate should tell Wayne Rooney his E
Soccer Way / Posted yesterday
England career is over - Hurst Gareth Southgate should tell Wayne Rooney his England career is over, according to 1966 World Cup final hat-trick hero Geoff Hurst. Rooney has scored two goals in two Premier League games since leaving... Read more
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thedaisycutter
How Football Is reinventing Itself With 18 Man Teamscentre forward in goal, your left back playing right wing as all clubs stuck to
thedaisycutter / Posted yesterday
centre forward in goal, your left back playing right wing as all clubs stuck to the rigidly to the Sir Alf Ramsey inspired 1966 World Cup winning formation of the 4-4-2 wingless wonders. I grew up with 4-4-2 and its rigidity pigeonholed players... Read more
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sportsmole
Geoff Hurst tells Gareth Southgate to forget about Wayne Rooneyand I have been there as a striker, comes where you lose a bit of sharpness and
sportsmole / Posted yesterday
and I have been there as a striker, comes where you lose a bit of sharpness and I think his time playing for England is over." Hurst scored a hat-trick in the 1966 World Cup final win against West Germany to help England to their only major succ... Read more
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chroniclelive
Jack Charlton backs charity football match for Alzheimer’s Societyraise awareness of dementia. And participants will all wear red and white shir
chroniclelive / Posted 4 days ago
raise awareness of dementia. And participants will all wear red and white shirts, just like the two countries did in the 1966 World Cup final. A replica of the Jules Rimet Trophy will also be presented to the winning team. Jack, who won the... Read more
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FIFA
London's football history: Wembley Stadiumto gold. 30 July 1966: England 4-2 West Germany (AET) (FIFA World Cup™ Final)
FIFA / Posted 8 days ago
to gold. 30 July 1966: England 4-2 West Germany (AET) (FIFA World Cup™ Final) The Three Lions played all six of their 1966 World Cup games on the hallowed Wembley turf, so they were familiar with the stadium by the time they lined up for the... Read more
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Gulf News
Transfer window pits players against clubs in power strugglewhile West Ham United stopped Bobby Moore from moving to Tottenham Hotspur with
Gulf News / Posted 9 days ago
while West Ham United stopped Bobby Moore from moving to Tottenham Hotspur within months of his captaining England to their 1966 World Cup win.However, players downing tools, like Payet and Costa, is a more modern phenomenon linked to Fifa’s... Read more
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EuroNews
Transfer window pits players against clubs in power strugglewhile West Ham United stopped Bobby Moore from moving to Tottenham Hotspur with
EuroNews / Posted 9 days ago
while West Ham United stopped Bobby Moore from moving to Tottenham Hotspur within months of his captaining England to their 1966 World Cup win. However, players downing tools, like Payet and Costa, is a more modern phenomenon linked to Fifa’s... Read more
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Stoke City FC
Everton Travel Packpattern on the frontages of the stand balconies. Goodison Park has staged many
Stoke City FC / Posted 12 days ago
pattern on the frontages of the stand balconies. Goodison Park has staged many internationals including five games in the 1966 World Cup, numerous FA Cup Semi-Finals and even FA Cup Final replays. The current capacity is 40,569 although the... Read more
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Spalding Today
Farmer Keith awarded for 50 years’ workbe very proud of his achievements over that time.” In 1967, the year Keith joi
Spalding Today / Posted 18 days ago
be very proud of his achievements over that time.” In 1967, the year Keith joined the farm, events included: ○ England’s 1966 World Cup winning manager Alf Ramsey got a knighthood and captain Bobby Moore received an OBE. ○ Charlie Chaplin opened... Read more
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DW
Women's Euro 2017: Two favorites in one semifinal |It seems like English football has struggled for confidence ever since the morn
DW / Posted 20 days ago
It seems like English football has struggled for confidence ever since the morning after the 1966 World Cup victory, but in 2017, England's women are creating a sense of belief around a team that feels new. "The really cool thing is that people have... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Is London football losing its soul?Tottenham Hotspur. "From 2016, West Ham will have one of the best stadiums in
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 22 days ago
Tottenham Hotspur. "From 2016, West Ham will have one of the best stadiums in the country, if not the world," England's 1966 World Cup final hat trick hero and Hammers legend Geoff Hurst declared in a launch brochure in September 2014. Time has... Read more
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FIFA
Behind the World Cup record: Helmut Schonwith 16 wins, four draws and five defeats in four World Cups [editor’s note – t
FIFA / Posted 23 days ago
with 16 wins, four draws and five defeats in four World Cups [editor’s note – the matches lost after extra-time in the 1966 World Cup Final and 1970 World Cup semi-final are counted as defeats]. Schon’s 1966 campaign only ended in defeat to the... Read more
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Evening Standard
20 top things to do with the kids in London over the summer holidayswhich give a fascinatingly intimate insight into the past. There’s even a chanc
Evening Standard / Posted 23 days ago
which give a fascinatingly intimate insight into the past. There’s even a chance to rewatch England’s victory in the 1966 world cup final. Youtube, eat your heart out. 10/50 Get your karaoke on... or join in a film club The Alibi, 91... Read more
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Evening Standard
The best summer date ideas in Londonwhich give a fascinatingly intimate insight into the past. There’s even a chanc
Evening Standard / Posted 23 days ago
which give a fascinatingly intimate insight into the past. There’s even a chance to rewatch England’s victory in the 1966 world cup final. Youtube, eat your heart out. 10/50 Get your karaoke on... or join in a film club The Alibi, 91... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Fans support ex-City star Stan Bowles in Alzheimer's fightcan no longer sign autographs and struggles to speak. At least 375 ex-players
Manchester Evening News / Posted 26 days ago
can no longer sign autographs and struggles to speak. At least 375 ex-players have been diagnosed with dementia, including 1966 World Cup winners Nobby Stiles, Martin Peters and Ray Wilson, prompting calls for more research into damage caused by... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Stan Bowles was a football maverick but Alzheimer's has robbed him of memoriesspeak. Stan is the victim of an epidemic sweeping football. At least 375 ex-pl
Daily Mirror / Posted 26 days ago
speak. Stan is the victim of an epidemic sweeping football. At least 375 ex-players are diagnosed with dementia, including 1966 World Cup winners Nobby Stiles, Martin Peters and Ray Wilson. It has prompted calls for more research into damage caused... Read more
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Manchester United
Countdown to 2017/18: Evertonto hold a number of other high-profile football matches in the past, including
Manchester United / Posted 26 days ago
to hold a number of other high-profile football matches in the past, including the 1894 FA Cup final and five games at the 1966 World Cup, in which hosts England famously triumphed. With a capacity of 40,157, it will be the ninth-biggest venue in... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
North Korea: Coach Andersen eyes World Cup return and says sport can build bridgesthe country’s teams making fitful appearances in regional competitions. Having
Asian Correspondent / Posted 27 days ago
the country’s teams making fitful appearances in regional competitions. Having famously reached the quarter-finals of the 1966 World Cup in England, North Korea’s subsequent forays into the international arena are few and far between, although... Read more
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EuroNews
Norwegian Andersen aiming to take North Korea back to World Cupthe country’s teams making fitful appearances in regional competitions. Having
EuroNews / Posted 27 days ago
the country’s teams making fitful appearances in regional competitions. Having famously reached the quarter-finals of the 1966 World Cup in England, the country’s forays into the international arena in the years after were few and far between,... Read more
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Reuters Sports News
Norwegian Andersen aiming to take North Korea back to World Cupthe country's teams making fitful appearances in regional competitions. Having
Reuters Sports News / Posted 27 days ago
the country's teams making fitful appearances in regional competitions. Having famously reached the quarter-finals of the 1966 World Cup in England, the country's forays into the international arena in the years after were few and far between,... Read more
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dna
Norwegian Andersen aiming to take N. Korea back to World Cupthe country's teams making fitful appearances in regional competitions. Having
dna / Posted 27 days ago
the country's teams making fitful appearances in regional competitions. Having famously reached the quarter-finals of the 1966 World Cup in England, the country's forays into the international arena in the years after were few and far between,... Read more
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Liverpool FC
Iconic images: The man who 'deserved all 11 medals'of the best players he had. And he was." Byrne was a Scouser who played 333 ti
Liverpool FC / Posted 27 days ago
of the best players he had. And he was." Byrne was a Scouser who played 333 times for Liverpool. He won league titles and was part of England's 1966 World Cup-winning squad. But he'll forever be remembered for his heroism on Saturday May 1,... Read more
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Evening Standard
The Conjuring inspires immersive haunted house experiencewhich give a fascinatingly intimate insight into the past. There’s even a chanc
Evening Standard / Posted 29 days ago
which give a fascinatingly intimate insight into the past. There’s even a chance to rewatch England’s victory in the 1966 world cup final. Youtube, eat your heart out. 10/50 Get your karaoke on... or join in a film club The Alibi, 91... Read more
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HITC Sport
Top Seven Icons We'd Love To See on FIFA 18Portugal at international level, scoring 41 goals in 64 games and winning the G
HITC Sport / Posted 30 days ago
Portugal at international level, scoring 41 goals in 64 games and winning the Golden Boot as Portugal finished third at the 1966 World Cup. He scored a grand total of 580 goals in 575 games over the course of his career, the vast majority coming... Read more
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chroniclelive
'This is what you dream of' - Steph Houghton targets Euro glory with Englandthat Steph Houghton will emulate Bobby Moore in just three weeks and become a n
chroniclelive / Posted 1 months ago
that Steph Houghton will emulate Bobby Moore in just three weeks and become a national icon. Moore’s team started the 1966 World Cup slowly, but the manner with which the Lionesses dismissed bitter rivals Scotland on Wednesday caused the whole... Read more
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The Comet
Farewell to a Baldock legend: End of an era as Victoria pub landlord Tony West retires after 40 yearsover. An avid golfer, he played alongside distinguished partners such as Bobby
The Comet / Posted 1 months ago
over. An avid golfer, he played alongside distinguished partners such as Bobby Moore and Martin Peters from England’s 1966 World Cup-winning football team, and caddied at Woburn for heavyweight champion boxer Sir Henry Cooper. Tony had... Read more
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Football365
A Football365 love letter to... Jimmy ArmfieldThat’ll be Jimmy Armfield, then. Now 81, he was a one-club man, turning out fo
Football365 / Posted 1 months ago
That’ll be Jimmy Armfield, then. Now 81, he was a one-club man, turning out for Blackpool 629 times. He was also in the 1966 World Cup-winning squad, and manager of Bolton and Leeds United, leading the former to a league title and the latter to... Read more

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