1966 World Cup

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ESPN.co.uk
Mitten: Criticism won't affect MourinhoSir Alex Ferguson, they focus on silverware won and forget the significant numb
ESPN.co.uk / Posted yesterday
Sir Alex Ferguson, they focus on silverware won and forget the significant number of dull matches. When England won the 1966 World Cup by playing defensively at home, people remembered winning the actual trophy more than the team's style. Do you... Read more
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Daily Mail
Harry Gregg opens up on life after Manchester United air disastermanager to Dave Sexton at United in the early 1980s. Hanging proudly in Gregg'
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
manager to Dave Sexton at United in the early 1980s. Hanging proudly in Gregg's house is Nobby Stiles' shirt from the 1966 World Cup final George liked crosswords. He drank to live with the image 'I am delighted they are doing well again and... Read more
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Gulf News
The history of Arab nations at the World Cupthe Green Falcons making it to the next three consecutive tournaments. As a pla
Gulf News / Posted 4 days ago
the Green Falcons making it to the next three consecutive tournaments. As a player Solari was a member of Argentina’s 1966 World Cup squad that reached the quarter-finals, and but for a spell in charge of Spain’s Tenerife, Saudi had been his... Read more
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Goal.com
Own your club's stand or build the training ground: Vialli is helping fans invest safely in their clubsand donating money to make the club eventually better. "So the museum at Parma
Goal.com / Posted 4 days ago
and donating money to make the club eventually better. "So the museum at Parma, training facilities at Portsmouth, the 1966 World Cup winner statue at Fulham. The big screen inside a stadium at some second division clubs for the fans to look at... Read more
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tribalfootball.com
​Man Utd legend Beckham praises all-time club great Charltonhas expressed his gratitude for Bobby Charlton being apart of Manchester United
tribalfootball.com / Posted 6 days ago
has expressed his gratitude for Bobby Charlton being apart of Manchester United The 1966 World Cup winning captain, who has a stand named after him at Old Trafford, turns 80 on Wednesday. Beckham told the "I was lucky enough to meet him when I went... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Former Manchester United stars pay tribute on Sir Bobby Charlton's 80th birthdaywhy some household names believe that Sir Bobby is one of the greatest of all-t
Daily Mirror / Posted 6 days ago
why some household names believe that Sir Bobby is one of the greatest of all-time. Charlton in action during the 1966 World Cup final (Image: Hulton Archive)Charlton is considered a legend of England and Manchester United (Image: Hulton... Read more
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Pendle Today
Sir Bobby Charlton, one of football's great championslikened playing at Wembley as a schoolboy to arriving in paradise - and his dre
Pendle Today / Posted 6 days ago
likened playing at Wembley as a schoolboy to arriving in paradise - and his dreams came true there. His brace in the 1966 World Cup semi-final defeat of Eusebio-inspired Portugal was followed by a quieter display in the final against West... Read more
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Manchester United
Sir Bobby Charlton through the yearsthe tragedy of Munich in 1958 to the twin Wembley triumphs which made Sir Bobby
Manchester United / Posted 7 days ago
the tragedy of Munich in 1958 to the twin Wembley triumphs which made Sir Bobby's name around the globe, the finals of the 1966 World Cup and the 1968 European Cup. The gallery above also captures some of the hard-working legend's activity off the... Read more
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Football.co.uk
Sir Bobby Charlton, one of football's great championslikened playing at Wembley as a schoolboy to arriving in paradise - and his dre
Football.co.uk / Posted 7 days ago
likened playing at Wembley as a schoolboy to arriving in paradise - and his dreams came true there. His brace in the 1966 World Cup semi-final defeat of Eusebio-inspired Portugal was followed by a quieter display in the final against West... Read more
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soccernews
Messi in esteemed company if Argentina fail to make the World Cuphis adopted homeland, Spain, when they finished second in their qualifying grou
soccernews / Posted 7 days ago
his adopted homeland, Spain, when they finished second in their qualifying group to Scotland. Eusebio was a star of the 1966 World Cup, finishing as the tournament’s top scorer with nine goals, as Portugal made it to the semi-final stage, where... Read more
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HITC Sport
England legend thinks Hart's poor West Ham form should see him droppedBanks thinks that Stoke City's Jack Butland should be England's number one goal
HITC Sport / Posted 7 days ago
Banks thinks that Stoke City's Jack Butland should be England's number one goalkeeper ahead of Joe Hart. The 1966 World Cup winner has pointed to Hart's poor form in recent times with West Ham United as the key reason as to why... Read more
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Soccer Way
Messi in esteemed company if Argentina fail to make the World Cup his adopted homeland, Spain, when they finished second in their qualifying grou
Soccer Way / Posted 7 days ago
his adopted homeland, Spain, when they finished second in their qualifying group to Scotland. Eusebio was a star of the 1966 World Cup, finishing as the tournament's top scorer with nine goals, as Portugal made it to the semi-final stage, where... Read more
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give me sport
What happened whenever Sir Bobby Charlton entered the Man Utd dressing roomNews In the history of Manchester United, few players have been more important
give me sport / Posted 8 days ago
News In the history of Manchester United, few players have been more important to the club than Sir Bobby Charlton. The 1966 World Cup winner was the club's record goal scorer before Wayne Rooney and is still a highly-respected ambassador for... Read more
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Island Packet
Doubts surround England despite World Cup qualificationis now more than 50 years since England, the country that invented soccer, won
Island Packet / Posted 8 days ago
is now more than 50 years since England, the country that invented soccer, won its one and only major tournament — the 1966 World Cup. The weight of history is proving immense. British newspapers can be unforgiving. Steven Gerrard described... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Let’s bin a bad Tory austerity policy, says Voice of the Mirroras 22 years ago that heading a ball could result in dementia must be worth a wi
Daily Mirror / Posted 9 days ago
as 22 years ago that heading a ball could result in dementia must be worth a wider inquiry. The fact that so many former 1966 World Cup winning stars suffer the disease could be a terrible coincidence. It not we may need to reassess how the game... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Sir Bobby Charlton at 80 - England and Manchester United's finest pay tributeThe iconic footballing figure, on and off the pitch, played an integral role in
Daily Mirror / Posted 9 days ago
The iconic footballing figure, on and off the pitch, played an integral role in England's 1966 World Cup victory after surviving the 1958 Munich air disaster which killed a number of his Busby babes team-mates. Only recently has Sir Bobby seen his... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Rooney reveals the trophy he'd swap all of his for with Sir Bobby Charltonthis iconic Daily Mirror image after England's World Cup win (Image: Daily Mirr
Daily Mirror / Posted 9 days ago
this iconic Daily Mirror image after England's World Cup win (Image: Daily Mirror)Charlton (far right) celebrates England's 1966 World Cup triumph with his brother Jack, Martin Peters, George Cohen, Jack Bobby Moore and Ray Wilson (Image:... Read more
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Daily Mail
Glenn Hoddle and Paul Ince: England must play without fear like ustrying to get it back but players have changed, times have changed.’ Lunch at
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
trying to get it back but players have changed, times have changed.’ Lunch at the Royal Garden Hotel — where Alf Ramsey’s 1966 World Cup winners were based — is followed by an afternoon stroll in nearby Kensington Gardens. So what about one final... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Football legend Malcolm MacDonald auctions prized items after health scarethat everything is in place. You never know what’s going to happen.Malcolm said
Daily Mirror / Posted 10 days ago
that everything is in place. You never know what’s going to happen.Malcolm said the idea came after talking to England’s 1966 World Cup Final hat-trick scorer Sir Geoff Hurst who auctioned his own treasures (Image: Nicholas Bowman/Sunday... Read more
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Daily Mail
We ask our reporters who should make England's XI in Russia openeras club eye...Paper plane ¿goal¿ was the highlight of the night! England...Engl
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
as club eye...Paper plane ¿goal¿ was the highlight of the night! England...England have never been close to repeating 1966 World Cup...England 1-0 Slovenia: Harry Kane scores stoppage-time winner... Share this article IF - a huge IF -... Read more
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Daily Mail
Real Madrid's Dani Carvajal faces 'minimum of two months out'of Ireland job even... Rocket League is one of the most watched channels on...
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
of Ireland job even... Rocket League is one of the most watched channels on... England have never been close to repeating 1966 World Cup... Jockey Graham Gibbons struck with over two years... Kei Nishikori in race against time to return from... Read more
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SKY News
England qualify for World Cup - and there are some reasons for optimismcaptain and leader. But a reminder that he is no Bobby Moore came this week wh
SKY News / Posted 11 days ago
captain and leader. But a reminder that he is no Bobby Moore came this week when one of the surviving members of Moore's 1966 World Cup winners visited Southgate's men in training. Sir Bobby Charlton told them: "I know that the manager has the... Read more
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The Hindu
FIFA U-17 World Cup: A watershed moment for Indian footballreplete of amazing comebacks. One that stands out is Portugal erasing a 0-3 def
The Hindu / Posted 12 days ago
replete of amazing comebacks. One that stands out is Portugal erasing a 0-3 deficit to prevail 5-3 against DPR Korea in the 1966 World Cup. Those expecting coach Luis Norton de Matos to pull off a miracle of India progressing from the group would... Read more
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EuroNews
FA chief slams critics of England players' passionin terms of psychological support for that senior team,” said Glenn. England’s
EuroNews / Posted 12 days ago
in terms of psychological support for that senior team,” said Glenn. England’s only major tournament victory was in the 1966 World Cup on home soil and they have not reached the semi-finals in one since the 1996 European Championship which they... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
FA chief executive says England team doesn't travel wellis already concerned about how the team gains the "physiological edge" missing
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 12 days ago
is already concerned about how the team gains the "physiological edge" missing so often in England teams. Since winning the 1966 World Cup on home soil, England has only won six knockout games at major tournaments. England was eliminated from the... Read more
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holdthefrontpage.co.uk
Thief hands in Soviet flag from 1966 World Cup to Northern Echoof our back pages from July 1966 about a Soviet Union flag that was stolen from
holdthefrontpage.co.uk / Posted 13 days ago
of our back pages from July 1966 about a Soviet Union flag that was stolen from the team’s training base in Durham for the 1966 World Cup. “He then proceeded to hand over a carrier bag containing the flag, and said he was the man that stole it 51... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Dementia concerns starting in soccerup the research being undertaken, and the way Alzheimer’s or memory loss has af
Rutland Herald / Posted 13 days ago
up the research being undertaken, and the way Alzheimer’s or memory loss has afflicted several members of England’s 1966 World Cup winning squad has sharpened the need to investigate. Geoff Hurst, who scored a hat trick in England’s 4-2 win... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Dementia concerns starting among academy players in soccerup the research being undertaken, and the way Alzheimer's or memory loss has af
The Register Citizen / Posted 14 days ago
up the research being undertaken, and the way Alzheimer's or memory loss has afflicted several members of England's 1966 World Cup winning squad has sharpened the need to investigate. Geoff Hurst, who scored a hat trick in England's 4-2 win... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Dementia concerns starting among academy players in soccerup the research being undertaken, and the way Alzheimer's or memory loss has af
The Middletown Press / Posted 14 days ago
up the research being undertaken, and the way Alzheimer's or memory loss has afflicted several members of England's 1966 World Cup winning squad has sharpened the need to investigate. Geoff Hurst, who scored a hat trick in England's 4-2 win... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Hart: No explanation for England's failureswe have not been good enough in knockout football." Hart is expected to win hi
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 14 days ago
we have not been good enough in knockout football." Hart is expected to win his 74th cap against Slovenia, surpassing 1966 World Cup-winning goalkeeper Gordan Banks, and he will equal David Seaman as the second most-capped England goalkeeper... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Dementia concerns starting among academy players in soccerup the research being undertaken, and the way Alzheimer's or memory loss has af
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 14 days ago
up the research being undertaken, and the way Alzheimer's or memory loss has afflicted several members of England's 1966 World Cup winning squad has sharpened the need to investigate. Geoff Hurst, who scored a hat trick in England's 4-2 win... Read more
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International Business Times
Marcus Rashford believes England can win the World Cup travelling to Vilnius on Sunday (8 October) to take on Lithuania in their final
International Business Times / Posted 14 days ago
travelling to Vilnius on Sunday (8 October) to take on Lithuania in their final game of the group. Earlier this week, 1966 World Cup winner Sir Bobby Charlton met the England squad at St George's Park and Rashford said the current crop of... Read more
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express
Marcus Rashford: England can win World Cup in Russiathemselves a place in the draw on December 1, Rashford believes that after 52 y
express / Posted 14 days ago
themselves a place in the draw on December 1, Rashford believes that after 52 years, England can finally emulate the 1966 World Cup winners. “We will go there with a real plan and intensity to try to win the tournament,” he said. “We are... Read more
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soccernews
Bertrand refuses to lose focus as England close in on qualificationcomes in in place of him will do an amazing job.” Bertrand was speaking after
soccernews / Posted 15 days ago
comes in in place of him will do an amazing job.” Bertrand was speaking after England’s players listened to a speech from 1966 World Cup winner Bobby Charlton, who had a training pitch named after him at St George’s Park in a tribute to coincide... Read more
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Goal.com
England national team news: Bertrand focused as England close in on qualificationcomes in in place of him will do an amazing job." Bertrand was speaking after
Goal.com / Posted 15 days ago
comes in in place of him will do an amazing job." Bertrand was speaking after England's players listened to a speech from 1966 World Cup winner Bobby Charlton, who had a training pitch named after him at St George's Park in a tribute to coincide... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Sir Bobby Charlton delivers emotional World Cup speech to England squad(Image: Action Images via Reuters)Gary Cahill shakes the hand of Sir Bobby (Ima
Daily Mirror / Posted 15 days ago
(Image: Action Images via Reuters)Gary Cahill shakes the hand of Sir Bobby (Image: PA)The England team all got to meet the 1966 World Cup winner (Image: Getty Images Europe)The England squad listen to the words of Sir Bobby (Image: Action Images... Read more
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Soccer Way
Bertrand refuses to lose focus as England close in on qualification comes in in place of him will do an amazing job." Bertrand was speaking after
Soccer Way / Posted 15 days ago
comes in in place of him will do an amazing job." Bertrand was speaking after England's players listened to a speech from 1966 World Cup winner Bobby Charlton, who had a training pitch named after him at St George's Park in a tribute to coincide... Read more
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Football.co.uk
Hurst fears World Cup team-mate Martin Peters wouldn’t recognise him any moreis becoming one of the most serious illnesses and it is increasing,” Hurst said
Football.co.uk / Posted 15 days ago
is becoming one of the most serious illnesses and it is increasing,” Hurst said. “My involvement with the players from my (1966 World Cup) squad who have got it is seeing how the families deal with it all, and it is arguably one of the most... Read more
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Daily Mail
Romelu Lukaku due in Los Angeles court over excessive noise complaintin Premier League history......Crystal Palace offered opportunity to sign forme
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
in Premier League history......Crystal Palace offered opportunity to sign former Italy...Sir Geoff Hurst fears fellow 1966 World Cup hero Martin...Cristiano Ronaldo hailed by Real Madrid president Florentino... Share this article Days after... Read more
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HITC Sport
Top 7 One Man Teams in Football Historytalisman and their dependency on him was such that he deserves his place in thi
HITC Sport / Posted 15 days ago
talisman and their dependency on him was such that he deserves his place in this seven. When Portugal finished third at the 1966 World Cup, their best ever performance at a World Cup, Eusebio scored nine of the countries 17 goals in England, which... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Sir Geoff Hurst on World Cup-winning team-mates with dementiaWorld Cup winner Sir Geoff Hurst has joined the Alzheimer's Society Memory Walk
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
World Cup winner Sir Geoff Hurst has joined the Alzheimer's Society Memory Walk campaign, which is aiming to help raise... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Hurst fears World Cup team-mate Martin Peters wouldn't recognise him any moreis becoming one of the most serious illnesses and it is increasing," Hurst said
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 15 days ago
is becoming one of the most serious illnesses and it is increasing," Hurst said. "My involvement with the players from my (1966 World Cup) squad who have got it is seeing how the families deal with it all, and it is arguably one of the most... Read more
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The News and Star
Hurst fears World Cup team-mate Martin Peters wouldn't recognise him any moreis becoming one of the most serious illnesses and it is increasing," Hurst said
The News and Star / Posted 15 days ago
is becoming one of the most serious illnesses and it is increasing," Hurst said. "My involvement with the players from my (1966 World Cup) squad who have got it is seeing how the families deal with it all, and it is arguably one of the most... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Hurst fears World Cup team-mate Martin Peters wouldn't recognise him any moreis becoming one of the most serious illnesses and it is increasing," Hurst said
Whitehaven News / Posted 15 days ago
is becoming one of the most serious illnesses and it is increasing," Hurst said. "My involvement with the players from my (1966 World Cup) squad who have got it is seeing how the families deal with it all, and it is arguably one of the most... Read more
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Manchester United
United great Sir Bobby Charlton to have England pitch named after himSt. George's Park unveiled in his name, to mark the national football centre's
Manchester United / Posted 16 days ago
St. George's Park unveiled in his name, to mark the national football centre's fifth anniversary and to coincide with the 1966 World Cup-winning great's 80th birthday. England manager Gareth Southgate and his squad will join Sir Bobby, his wife... Read more
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birminghammail
GQ Men of The Year sees Stormzy and Liam Gallagher win awardsBrazil footballer Pele was given the Inspiration award by Gareth Southgate. Si
birminghammail / Posted 22 days ago
Brazil footballer Pele was given the Inspiration award by Gareth Southgate. Sir Geoff Hurst, who scored a hat-trick in the 1966 World Cup final, was handed the Legend prize. One Direction star Zayn Malik was named most stylish man at the awards,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Geoff Hurst says it's his "duty to fight dementia" after it struck England palsattempt to raise £9million. By Sir Geoff HurstDefenders Nobby, Martin and Ray
Daily Mirror / Posted 25 days ago
attempt to raise £9million. By Sir Geoff HurstDefenders Nobby, Martin and Ray converge on German striker Sigfried Held in 1966 World Cup final (Image: Getty) I am about to embark on what will be one of the most emotional walks of my life, when I... Read more
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Canberra Times
Questions remain on same-sex marriage vote England-German football rivalry. The words came from an editorial in The Times
Canberra Times / Posted 25 days ago
England-German football rivalry. The words came from an editorial in The Times preparing readers for the worst case in the 1966 World Cup final. Yes, Herald readers are a mighty fount of wisdom, wit and occasional steel. Llieda Wild, of Eastwood,... Read more
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The Age
Questions remain on same-sex marriage vote England-German football rivalry. The words came from an editorial in The Times
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
England-German football rivalry. The words came from an editorial in The Times preparing readers for the worst case in the 1966 World Cup final. Yes, Herald readers are a mighty fount of wisdom, wit and occasional steel. Llieda Wild, of Eastwood,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Questions remain on same-sex marriage vote England-German football rivalry. The words came from an editorial in The Times
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 25 days ago
England-German football rivalry. The words came from an editorial in The Times preparing readers for the worst case in the 1966 World Cup final. Yes, Herald readers are a mighty fount of wisdom, wit and occasional steel. Llieda Wild, of Eastwood,... Read more
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