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Here's the Cup! A delignted Jeff Astle. the scorer of West Bromwich Albion' Featured 00255 Image

Here's the Cup! A delignted Jeff Astle. the scorer of West Bromwich Albion'

Here's the Cup! A delignted Jeff Astle. the scorer of West Bromwich Albion's goal in their 1-0 Cup Final victory over Everton, produly shows the trophy to the fans outside West Bromwich Town Hall, Staffordshire, on Sunday (19-5-68). It was the magic moment that climaxed a rapturous welcome home for the Cup winners. More than 250,000 fans turned out to greet them, and their coach was cheered all along the 10-mile route from Birmingham, Warkwickshire, where they arrived by train from London, to West Bromwich. Outside the Town Hall, there were fantastic scenes as police struggled to control a 10,000 crowd. More than 130 people, mainly women, were treated for crush injuries and fainting, and a dozen people were taken to hospital. May 1968 P016886

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Manchester United sign Arnold Muhren. Four of England' Featured 00255 Image

Manchester United sign Arnold Muhren. Four of England'

Manchester United sign Arnold Muhren. Four of England's biggest glamour clubs lined up for the signatures of Dutch star Arnold Muhren. The choice for Muhren was between Chelsea, Everton, Manchester United and Manchester City. But the choice for Muhren was easy as for him there was only one club in England that could be dissuade him to leave Ipswich and that was Manchester United, "I knew about them as a boy in Holland. Their fame is world wide. So as you can see, it wasn't a difficult decision to make." Arnold Muhren in pre-season training with united boss Ron Atkinson. August 1982 P017057

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Kevin Moran, the first man ever to be sent off in a FA Cup final Featured 00255 Image

Kevin Moran, the first man ever to be sent off in a FA Cup final

Kevin Moran, the first man ever to be sent off in a FA Cup final, is to receive his winner's medal after all. The Manchester United defender became a celebrity in the worst possible fashion when the referee sent him off for a foul in the game against Everton. Manchester went on to win 1-0 in extra time, but Moran was waved away from the presentation ceremony and his medal was taken back. He is pictured with his manager Ron Atkinson at Heathrow Airport
May 1985 P017067

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