ENGLAND 0 HOLLAND 2 – Friendly International – 9th February 1977, Wembley Stadium

1977 would be a happy and glorious year in England with the Queen celebrating her Silver Jubilee, but it would certainly prove to be an “Annus Horribilis” for the nation’s football team and particularly it’s manager, Don Revie. A year that would see him become a pariah in the English game started as it meant

1974 World Cup – Flair vs Functionality – The Finalists are revealed.

The 2nd phase of the 1974 World Cup had thrown up two virtual semi-finals for its final round of matches which would all take place on Wednesday 3rd July. As had been the case with all the other 2nd round matches, West Germany would play their game at a different time to the other three

1974 World Cup – Game 2

Whilst Scotland and Brazil kicked each other into submission, Yugoslavia were taking control of Group 2 and putting themselves in pole position for a place in the last eight by demolishing Zaire in Gelsenkirchen. After Scotland had declared at two in their clash, Yugoslavia knew what they needed to do to ensure their World Cup