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John Barnwell
... A semi-regular in the Arsenal side for the next six seasons, Barnwell initially played as an inside forward, behind the main strikers, but during 1961–62 he ... as First Division runners-up and FA Cup semi-finalists ... after a dispute with the club's board, but soon joined Wolves, taking the club to an FA Cup semi-final against his old club Arsenal in 1979, and then victory in ...
Liverpool F.C.–Manchester United F.C. Rivalry - All-time Results - Results At Neutral Venues
... Heath Football League Test Match 21 May 1977 Wembley Manchester United 2–1 Liverpool 1977 FA Cup Final 13 August 1977 Wembley Liverpool 0–0 ...
1979–80 In English Football - Diary of The Season
11 August 1979 League champions Liverpool defeat FA Cup holders Arsenal 3–1 at Wembley Stadium to win the Charity Shield. 3 October 1979 Liverpool are knocked out of the European Cup 4–2 on aggregate by Dinamo Tbilisi. 5 January 1980 Fourth Division Halifax Town cause the upset of the FA Cup third round by beating Manchester City 1–0 ...
1984–85 In English Football - Diary of The Season
17 October 1984 England open their World Cup qualifying campaign with a 5–0 win over Finland at Wembley ... a hat-trick as England beat Turkey 8–0 in Istanbul in their second World Cup qualifying match. 5 January 1985 In the FA Cup third round, Arsenal are held to a 1-1 draw by Fourth Division Hereford United ...
Ray Lewis (referee) - Career
... In 1983 he was appointed to the League Cup semi-final first leg between Liverpool and Burnley with the Merseysiders (eventual Cup winners) winning 3-0 ... In April 1987 he refereed the FA Cup semi-final between Tottenham and Watford and a few months later the Charity Shield between Everton and Coventry ... later he refereed Liverpool again in the FA Cup semi-final against Nottingham Forest at Hillsborough ...

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    The cup of Morgan Fay is shattered.
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    Allen Tate (1899–1979)