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England remembers 1966 World Cup win on 50th anniversary with mixed feelings
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FA Marks 50 Years Since 1966 World Cup Win

English football is marking 50 years since its finest hour, when Sir Alf Ramsey's side beat West Germany 4-2 in the 1966 World Cup final at Wembley. A series of events to mark the anniversary will culminate in a major event at The SSE Wembley ... Sky News, 4 weeks ago
Catching up with England's champions CHINAdaily.com.cn, 4 weeks ago
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England still dejected about World Cup

Fifty years on from the greatest day in the history of English football, pessimists fear that the prospect of becoming world champions again is as remote as it has ever been. On that day, Saturday, July 30 1966, the nation came together in a ...
 The New Daily4 weeks ago 50th anniversary of World Cup triumph leaves English football with mixed feelings  Manorama Online4 weeks ago 50 years on England still pessimistic  Nine MSN4 weeks ago Highs and lows of England's famous World Cup win  IOL4 weeks ago
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They think it's all over ..., 1966 and all that

Fifty years since England won the World Cup at Wembley, but did it cross the line? London: This Saturday marks 50 years since English football's finest hour, when Alf Ramsey's side beat West Germany 4-2 in an incident-packed 1966 World Cup final ...
 Gulf News4 weeks ago They think it's all over..., 1966 and all that  Gulf News1 month ago

1966 World Cup: how apathy turned to joy in England's golden summer

over a psychedelic collage of city landmarks, outlandish cars and even more outlandish clothing, the cover of Time magazine described London as the swinging city. In this century, every decade has had its city, the cover story explained. Today, it ...
 MSN UK4 weeks ago How apathy turned to joy in England's golden summer  MSN UK4 weeks ago

The view from Wembley: It still amazes me we were there

My dad and I had no right to be there. It still amazes me that we were. Wed gone to none of the earlier games, had no friends in high places, had visited London only once throughout my childhood. My dad, a weekend golfer and motor-racing fan, wasn't ...
 MSN UK4 weeks ago
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The Welshman who helped England win the 1966 World Cup

From the section Wales Image copyright Popperfoto/ FA Image caption Dr Phillips with members of the England squad We all know who won the 1966 World Cup - England, 50 years ago on Saturday. But they might not have been able to do it if it were not ...
 BBC4 weeks ago Barmaids and Brazilians  BBC1 month ago Full article Glorious summer  BBC1 month ago Did the 1966 World Cup change England?  Spy News Agency1 month ago

MANCHESTER UNITED : 50 years later... the heroes of '66

GORDON BANKS Went on to win 73 England caps and make 628 club appearances in a 15-year career. Still famed for his stunning save from Pele's header in England's 1970 World Cup clash with Brazil. Helped Stoke to the 1972 League Cup though lost the ...
 4 Traders4 weeks ago
Irish Independent

James Lawton: FAI have perfect fit in Martin O'Neill as England roll the dice yet again with Sam Allardyce

This week's tale of the two international managers has featured not so much a demarcation line as a yawning chasm. On the one hand, there is the man who will again live life on the frontier of long-shot possibilities and another giving the sharp ...
 Irish Independent4 weeks ago

England's march to glory

It all started, of course, with Pickles. The black and white collie that sniffed out the world's most coveted piece of silverware, stolen by a mystery thief, at the bottom of a garden hedge. England captain Bobby Moore lifts the World Cup at ...
 Times of Malta4 weeks ago

'Bobby Moore had his feet up reading the paper - you wouldn't believe the World Cup final was hours away'

It was the greatest moment in the history of English sport. That World Cup victory in 1966 has become as important to the national identity as 1066 and the Battle of Hastings. More than 32million people tuned in to watch the final, the largest ...
 Irish Mirror1 month ago
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