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1892 FA Cup Final: West Bromwich Albion 3 Aston Villa 0

1892 FA Cup Final Score: West Bromwich Albion 3 Aston Villa 0 Venue: Kennington Oval Date: Saturday 19th March 1892 Scorers: West Bromwich Albion – Geddes, Nicholls, Reynolds West Bromwich Albion Team: Joe Reader; Mark Nicholson, Thomas M’Culloch, Jack Reynolds, …

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1890 FA Cup Pamphlet

1890 FA Cup Final: Blackburn Rovers 6 Sheffield Wednesday 1

1890 FA Cup Final Score: Blackburn Rovers 6 Sheffield Wednesday 1 Venue: Kennington Oval Date: Saturday 29th March 1890 Scorers: Blackburn Rovers – Walton, John Southworth, Lofthouse, Townley 3. Sheffield Wednesday – Bennett Blackburn Rovers Team: Johnny K Horne; James …

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1888 FA Cup Final Team West Bromwich Albion squad

1888 FA Cup Final: West Bromwich Albion 2 Preston NE 1

1888 FA Cup Final Score: West Bromwich Albion 2 Preston North End 1 Venue: Kennington Oval Date: Saturday 24th March 1888 Scorers: West Bromwich Albion – Woodhall, Bayliss. Preston North End – Dewhurst West Bromwich Albion Team: Bob Roberts, Albert …

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1884 Blackburn Rovers FA Cup team

1884 FA Cup Final: Blackburn Rovers 2 Queen’s Park 1

1884 FA Cup Final Final Score: Blackburn Rovers 2 Queen’s Park 1 Venue: Kennington Oval – Saturday 29th March 1884 Scorers: Blackburn Rovers – (Sowerbutts, Forrest), Queen’s Park (Christie) Blackburn Rovers Team: H. J. Arthur; J. Beverley, F. Suter; H. …

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1883 FA Cup Final: Blackburn Olympic 2 Old Etonians 1

1883 FA Cup Final Result: Blackburn Olympic 2 Old Etonians 1 Venue: Kennington Oval – Saturday 31st March 1883 Scorers: Blackburn Olympic – (Costley, Matthews), Old Etonians (Goodhart) Blackburn Olympic Team: T. Hacking; J. T. Ward, S. A. Warburton; T. Gibson, W. Astley, …

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1882 FA Cup Final: Old Etonians 1 Blackburn Rovers 0

1882 FA Cup Final Result: Old Etonians 1 Blackburn Rovers 0 Venue: Kennington Oval Date: Saturday 25th March 1882 Scorers: Old Etonians – Anderson Old Etonians Team: J. F. P. Rawlinson; T. H. French, P. J. de Paravicini; Hon A. …

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Craig Johnston: Liverpool Winger And Predator Inventor

Craig Johnston deserves a special place in the history of world soccer. He was born to Australian parents, on 25 June 1960, in Johannesburg (South Africa). However, his parents soon moved back to Australia, and this is where Johnston spent …

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Everton Football Club: The Original Liverpool Team

Everton Football Club are pioneers of club soccer. So many of the facets of the beautiful game we take for granted today were innovations by the Goodison Park institution, which rank among the most successful in British soccer. As well …

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Liverpool Football Club Trophy Room

Liverpool Football Club: You’ll Never Walk Alone

Liverpool Football Club would not exist if it weren’t for one man. John Houlding, the ground’s owner, was determined that football would continue at Anfield after Everton left the site in 1892 over rent disputes. So he formed a new …

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Graham Taylor Ex-England Manager

Graham Taylor: Real Gentleman And Brillant Football Brain

Graham Taylor served as an English football player, manager, pundit, and chairman. He was England’s manager from 1990 to 1993. Aston Villa, Watford, and Lincoln City were three of the great English clubs managed by Graham Taylor during the post-war …

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