1966 World Cup

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Express and Star
The Big Interview: Pele « Express & Starexperience of football in England proved fleeting, with Brazil surprisingly goi
The Big Interview: Pele « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 6 hours ago
experience of football in England proved fleeting, with Brazil surprisingly going out of the home nation’s triumphant 1966 World Cup after the group stages. He was kicked all over the park in games against Bulgaria and Portugal, missing the... Read more
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Evening Standard
A new tech bubble for the kidswhich give a fascinatingly intimate insight into the past. There’s even a chanc
A new tech bubble for the kids
Evening Standard / Posted 15 hours 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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livesoccertv
Wenger admits he may “one day” manage the England national teamat unease, depending on their opinion on Le Prof. As per Sky Sports, the 66-ye
Wenger admits he may “one day” manage the England national team
livesoccertv / Posted yesterday
at unease, depending on their opinion on Le Prof. As per Sky Sports, the 66-year-old admitted the he may one day lead the 1966 World Cup winners – music to the ears of the “Wenger Out” brigade and heartbreak for the Arsene idolizers. It should be... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Weir's Week: A golf legend departs and Celtic produce memorable Champions League nightof sport will know exactly where and when they got ‘in to’ a particular sport.
Weir's Week: A golf legend departs and Celtic produce memorable Champions League night
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
of sport will know exactly where and when they got ‘in to’ a particular sport. In football terms, for me, it was always the 1966 World Cup; F1 would have been around the same time, grey, grainy images of Clark and Hill, while tennis came a bit later... Read more
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heraldscotland
Weir's Week: A golf legend departs and Celtic produce memorable Champions League nightof sport will know exactly where and when they got ‘in to’ a particular sport.
Weir's Week: A golf legend departs and Celtic produce memorable Champions League night
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
of sport will know exactly where and when they got ‘in to’ a particular sport. In football terms, for me, it was always the 1966 World Cup; F1 would have been around the same time, grey, grainy images of Clark and Hill, while tennis came a bit later... Read more
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iol.co.za
After Allardyce implosion, who next for England?such as Sven-Goran Eriksson and Fabio Capello, have been no more able to lead t
After Allardyce implosion, who next for England?
iol.co.za / Posted 2 days ago
such as Sven-Goran Eriksson and Fabio Capello, have been no more able to lead the side to a first major trophy since the 1966 World Cup than their homegrown counterparts. Well thought of at the FA, Wenger, 66, is out of contract with Arsenal at... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
After Allardyce implosion, who next for England?such as Sven-Goran Eriksson and Fabio Capello, have been no more able to lead t
After Allardyce implosion, who next for England?
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 2 days ago
such as Sven-Goran Eriksson and Fabio Capello, have been no more able to lead the side to a first major trophy since the 1966 World Cup than their homegrown counterparts. Well thought of at the FA, Wenger, 66, is out of contract with Arsenal at... Read more
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Super Sport
After Allardyce, who next for England?such as Sven-Goran Eriksson and Fabio Capello, have been no more able to lead t
After Allardyce, who next for England?
Super Sport / Posted 2 days ago
such as Sven-Goran Eriksson and Fabio Capello, have been no more able to lead the side to a first major trophy since the 1966 World Cup than their homegrown counterparts. Well thought of at the FA, Wenger, 66, is out of contract with Arsenal at... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Celebrating the life of Ipswich legend Sir Alf Ramseynames within football managing history. The East Anglian hero led England to v
Celebrating the life of Ipswich legend Sir Alf Ramsey
Ipswich Star / Posted 3 days ago
names within football managing history. The East Anglian hero led England to victory by managing the squad in the 1966 World Cup and managed Ipswich Town Football Club between 1955-1963. His famous face appeared many times throughout... Read more
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Scotsman
Aidan Smith: ‘We feel akin to the Argentinian psyche’had the issues of the English when playing Argentina at football – Antonio Ratt
Aidan Smith: ‘We feel akin to the Argentinian psyche’
Scotsman / Posted 6 days ago
had the issues of the English when playing Argentina at football – Antonio Rattin’s sustained moan at the referee in the 1966 World Cup and Alf Ramsey branding his team “animals”; Maradona’s Hand of God 20 years later – but we do have 1967’s... Read more
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Super Sport
Former France captain Artelesa dies Marcel Artelesa, a former bricklayer who skippered France at the 1966 World C
Former France captain Artelesa dies
Super Sport / Posted 7 days ago
Marcel Artelesa, a former bricklayer who skippered France at the 1966 World Cup, has died at the age of 78, the French football federation announced on Friday. Artelesa, nicknamed 'Macon' in reference to his time... Read more
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vitalfootball co uk
Marcus`s Six Pack and George Best`s Double Hat-Trickpunishment like no other player has ever endured during his career. Pele was pr
Marcus`s Six Pack and George Best`s Double Hat-Trick
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 8 days ago
punishment like no other player has ever endured during his career. Pele was practically kicked off the pitch during the 1966 World Cup Finals in England and in 1982, Italy`s Claudio Gentile, gave a young Diego Maradona a rough time during the... Read more
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Express and Star
Pele remains a legend 60 years later « Express & Starthe chance to play against Pele. He always rated him as one of the greats, as h
Pele remains a legend 60 years later « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 11 days ago
the chance to play against Pele. He always rated him as one of the greats, as he did Eusebio who he played against at the 1966 World Cup. “By the 1970 competition, dad had been injured and Alan Mullery was ahead of him but he was still in the... Read more
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Daily Star
Ex-Premier League striker hailed an 'angel' after keeping cancer mum aliveand appeals for donation on a Facebook page.Related Articles Brave mum has hal
Ex-Premier League striker hailed an 'angel' after keeping cancer mum alive
Daily Star / Posted 15 days ago
and appeals for donation on a Facebook page.Related Articles Brave mum has half her FACE removed to aid cancer fight 1966 World Cup England hero Nobby Stiles 'very poorly' with dementia and cancer Sheffield Wednesday 0 Leeds 2: Garry Monk... Read more
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The New Statesman
Is Alex Cox’s Sid and Nancy the finest British film of the 1980s?either side of them, which ask you taxing questions like “Is Mary Berry’s name
Is Alex Cox’s Sid and Nancy the finest British film of the 1980s?
The New Statesman / Posted 17 days ago
either side of them, which ask you taxing questions like “Is Mary Berry’s name a) Mary b) Bandril c) Geoff Hurst in the 1966 World Cup Final?” The question raised by some is why Love should not profit from the fruit of its labour, getting the... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
A chance to own a piece of England's 1966 football victory - and raise money for charityFootball fans in St Albans will have the chance to own a coveted treasure from
A chance to own a piece of England's 1966 football victory - and raise money for charity
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 17 days ago
Football fans in St Albans will have the chance to own a coveted treasure from England’s victory at the 1966 World Cup and help people living with a debilitating disease. One of the red shirts, signed by players from the team that lifted the cup, is... Read more
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Daily Record
Another kiss on the cheek from Pele? Now that would be a resultwith Pele when she went to meet the Brazilian squad at the Marine Hotel in Troo
Another kiss on the cheek from Pele? Now that would be a result
Daily Record / Posted 20 days ago
with Pele when she went to meet the Brazilian squad at the Marine Hotel in Troon, where they were based ahead of the 1966 World Cup in England. She said: “I was working in a hosiery in Stewarton that produced tartan tammies for Scotland... Read more
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Horse and Hound
The Beatles, a World Cup and royal visits: Liverpool's mounted police celebrate 130 yearsin general policing, as well as policing football matches.” Over the years, th
The Beatles, a World Cup and royal visits: Liverpool's mounted police celebrate 130 years
Horse and Hound / Posted 22 days ago
in general policing, as well as policing football matches.” Over the years, the section has helped police royal visits, 1966 World Cup matches, a civic reception for The Beatles and regular trophy processions by Everton and Liverpool football... Read more
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Chichester Observer
PICTURES: Football fever grips Goodwood Revival Goodwood Revival gets set for the 1966 World Cup Final Visitors to this year’
PICTURES: Football fever grips Goodwood Revival
Chichester Observer / Posted 22 days ago
Goodwood Revival gets set for the 1966 World Cup Final Visitors to this year’s Goodwood Revival festival will be greeted by a keen sense of excitement for the 1966 World Cup final. Vocal England fans... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The shocking legacy of England's 1966 World Cup triumphDementia: the shocking legacy of England's 1966 World Cup triumph The survivin
The shocking legacy of England's 1966 World Cup triumph
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 days ago
Dementia: the shocking legacy of England's 1966 World Cup triumph The surviving members of England's 1966 World Cup winning side gathered in July to commemorate the 50th anniversary of their famous victory, but not everyone could make it. Martin... Read more
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BBC News
Micro Focus International MCROhas become the centre of a controversy between India and Pakistan - and between
Micro Focus International MCRO
BBC News / Posted 23 days ago
has become the centre of a controversy between India and Pakistan - and between his father and mother. The story of the dog that saved England's blushes by finding the 1966 World Cup trophy after it was stolen from an exhibition in central L... Read more
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Japan Today
England fears Brexit could harm bids for soccer tournaments ‹ Japan Todaybriefing: ENGLAND TEAM Clarke is scrubbing the firm target set by predecessor
England fears Brexit could harm bids for soccer tournaments ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 24 days ago
briefing: ENGLAND TEAM Clarke is scrubbing the firm target set by predecessor Greg Dyke that England must emulate its 1966 World Cup triumph in 2022. England exited Euro 2016 with a humiliating round of 16 loss to Iceland, leading to Roy... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
England fears Brexit could harm bids for soccer tournamentsbriefing: ENGLAND TEAM Clarke is scrubbing the firm target set by predecessor
England fears Brexit could harm bids for soccer tournaments
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 24 days ago
briefing: ENGLAND TEAM Clarke is scrubbing the firm target set by predecessor Greg Dyke that England must emulate its 1966 World Cup triumph in 2022. England exited Euro 2016 with a humiliating round of 16 loss to Iceland, leading to Roy... Read more
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Brandon Sun
England fears Brexit could harm bids for soccer tournamentsbriefing: ENGLAND TEAM Clarke is scrubbing the firm target set by predecessor
England fears Brexit could harm bids for soccer tournaments
Brandon Sun / Posted 24 days ago
briefing: ENGLAND TEAM Clarke is scrubbing the firm target set by predecessor Greg Dyke that England must emulate its 1966 World Cup triumph in 2022. England exited Euro 2016 with a humiliating round of 16 loss to Iceland, leading to Roy... Read more
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ESPN FC
For better and worse, Joao Havelange did much for the global gameMuch of this was down to Havelange. And once Brazil had become the best in the
For better and worse, Joao Havelange did much for the global game
ESPN FC / Posted 24 days ago
Much of this was down to Havelange. And once Brazil had become the best in the world, he aimed his sights higher. The 1966 World Cup gave him his chance. At the end of the Second World War, Europe had more than half of the FIFA membership. By... Read more
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Newsweek
In Brazil, as soccer goes, so goes the nationreal problems? Journalists and athletes alike have long debated these questions
In Brazil, as soccer goes, so goes the nation
Newsweek / Posted 24 days ago
real problems? Journalists and athletes alike have long debated these questions. Pelé complained in his memoir that at the 1966 World Cup, the Brazilian team suffered “tremendous pressure” from the newly installed military government to win a third... Read more
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The New Statesman
Russian vlogger charged with “offending religious sensibilities” for playing Pokémon Gocentury; Antonio Rattín’s petulance after being sent off for “violence of the t
Russian vlogger charged with “offending religious sensibilities” for playing Pokémon Go
The New Statesman / Posted 25 days ago
century; Antonio Rattín’s petulance after being sent off for “violence of the tongue” while playing against England in the 1966 World Cup (he refused to leave the pitch); Alf Ramsey’s subsequent rant about “animals”; the careers of Ossie Ardiles... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Lost stadiums 40-31: From Wimbledon's Plough Lane to the Pope's old hauntover 53,000, although with seating in place the official capacity was half that
Lost stadiums 40-31: From Wimbledon's Plough Lane to the Pope's old haunt
Daily Mirror / Posted 25 days ago
over 53,000, although with seating in place the official capacity was half that. The stadium hosted three games during the 1966 World Cup, including North Korea's 1-0 win over Italy, but endured less glamorous events over the following decades. In... Read more
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Evening Standard
London teenager named UK's busker of the yearwhich give a fascinatingly intimate insight into the past. There’s even a chanc
London teenager named UK's busker of the year
Evening Standard / Posted 25 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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Daily Mirror
Lost football stadiums 50-41: From Arsenal's Manor Ground to Camp de Les Cortshit by delays.White City Stadium Built in 1908 for the Summer Olympics, the Wh
Lost football stadiums 50-41: From Arsenal's Manor Ground to Camp de Les Corts
Daily Mirror / Posted 26 days ago
hit by delays.White City Stadium Built in 1908 for the Summer Olympics, the White City Stadium also hosted a game at the 1966 World Cup. In 1931, QPR began the first of their two spells at the stadium, which ended in 1933. They returned for the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Footballer called "little coloured boy" in TV commentary slams erasure of remarkof the coverage. Dave Bennett was playing for Manchester City in the 1981 cup
Footballer called "little coloured boy" in TV commentary slams erasure of remark
Daily Mirror / Posted 26 days ago
of the coverage. Dave Bennett was playing for Manchester City in the 1981 cup final against Tottenham when co-commentator, 1966 World Cup winner Jack Charlton, made the description. The comment was repeated when the game was shown earlier this... Read more
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The New Statesman
Tainted love: a history of the most football-obsessed nation on Earthcentury; Antonio Rattín’s petulance after being sent off for “violence of the t
Tainted love: a history of the most football-obsessed nation on Earth
The New Statesman / Posted 26 days ago
century; Antonio Rattín’s petulance after being sent off for “violence of the tongue” while playing against England in the 1966 World Cup (he refused to leave the pitch); Alf Ramsey’s subsequent rant about “animals”; the careers of Ossie Ardiles... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Howard Wilkinson exclusive: Big Sam, the Euros and ending England's penalty jinxwere out there so people might better understand why England have only reached
Howard Wilkinson exclusive: Big Sam, the Euros and ending England's penalty jinx
Daily Mirror / Posted 28 days ago
were out there so people might better understand why England have only reached two major tournament semi-finals since the 1966 World Cup triumph. Wilkinson explained: “The facts show in general World Cups and Euros are won by ­experienced teams,... Read more
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HITC Sport
Leeds United's Ronaldo and Romario Vieira among remarkable group of footballing twinsthey had to feature. They are undoubtedly the best brothers to have ever repres
Leeds United's Ronaldo and Romario Vieira among remarkable group of footballing twins
HITC Sport / Posted 28 days ago
they had to feature. They are undoubtedly the best brothers to have ever represented England, having been part of the 1966 World Cup winning-squad.SEE ALSO: Leeds United teenager discusses his achievements at club The Vieira twins may be... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Miller: England managers' debutswho had since moved to Hamburg, and Ian Callaghan, winning his third cap: his s
Miller: England managers' debuts
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 29 days ago
who had since moved to Hamburg, and Ian Callaghan, winning his third cap: his second had been 11 years earlier, in the 1966 World Cup, but neither could inspire a win nor a goal. Bobby Robson -- Denmark 2-2 England, European Championship... Read more
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Daily Mail
Franz Beckenbauer becomes suspect in World Cup money laundering casewere questioned by or on behalf of the Office of the Attorney General of Switze
Franz Beckenbauer becomes suspect in World Cup money laundering case
Daily Mail / Posted 29 days ago
were questioned by or on behalf of the Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland.’ After losing to England in the 1966 World Cup final at Wembley, the man known affectionately as ‘Der Kaiser’ skippered West Germany to World Cup glory in... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Franz Beckenbauer faces World Cup corruption probe after he admits 'mistake'members of the executive board of the organising committee.” Last October Beck
Franz Beckenbauer faces World Cup corruption probe after he admits 'mistake'
Daily Mirror / Posted 29 days ago
members of the executive board of the organising committee.” Last October Beckenbauer – who played against England in the 1966 World Cup final and went on to win it with Germany in 1974 – said he did not give “money to anyone in order to buy... Read more
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Evening Standard
A silent disco is being held in a drained lock this weekendwhich give a fascinatingly intimate insight into the past. There’s even a chanc
A silent disco is being held in a drained lock this weekend
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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