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    Re: RIP Keith Harvey

    Quote Originally Posted by STURTZ View Post
    Yeah that was the way teams were laid out back then, see programme below, from a similar era, for traditional line up. Oddly players fell into different positions, according to tactics, immediately after kick off, even the ball moved around a bit.



    Are you saying that Alan Ball played right wing Bobby Charlton played left wing, and, as it turned out Nobby Stiles was centre forward?
    Further to chat on another thread. I think Keith Newton was playing for England whilst in the second tier.

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    Re: RIP Keith Harvey

    Apologies for being off topic.

    Sorry.

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    Re: RIP Keith Harvey

    Quote Originally Posted by STURTZ View Post
    Yeah that was the way teams were laid out back then, see programme below, from a similar era, for traditional line up. Oddly players fell into different positions, according to tactics, immediately after kick off, even the ball moved around a bit.



    Are you saying that Alan Ball played right wing Bobby Charlton played left wing, and, as it turned out Nobby Stiles was centre forward?
    Coincidentally, Nobby Stiles scored the only goal of the game ! A friendly in the Feb before the World Cup '66.

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