England’s 1966 World Cup triumph over Germany at Wembley was one of the nation’s finest sporting moments and ever since then we have all had to endure constant reminders that it has been now nearly forty years since England defeated Germany 4-2 at Wembley Stadium enabling Bobby Moore to proudly hold aloft the Jules Rimet trophy on home soil. Whilst this famous victory will live...
West Ham have agreed a deal to sell Upton Park to a developer once the club have completed their move to the Olympic Stadium in 2016. The Galliard Group has been named as the successful bidder for the site, with West Ham saying they had chosen a developer with close links to the community and a plan to honour the history of the club as part of its development on the site. Hammers...
The 1966 World Cup will always be remembered as England's hour. There was the drama of the extra-time final against West Germany, the famous performance by Geoff Hurst and the so-familiar picture of Bobby Moore with the trophy aloft. Yet it was not an Englishman who stood astride that Cup. Nor was it Pele. That honor belonged to Eusebio, the Portuguese legend born in Mozambique...
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