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Ruud Van Driver



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49 years ago, 22nd February 1967

Arsenal 3 Bolton Wanderers 0 (John Radford hat-trick)

FA Cup 4th Round Replay

Att. 47,050

Nice ticket with his one - A guest ticket dated for an Arsenal home cup tie on the 18th February but if drawn away and a replay is needed then the ticket would be valid for the replay instead!





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PostPosted: Tue Feb 23, 2016 1:15 am 
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23rd February 1980

Football League, Division I

Att: 22,857

Crystal Palace 1 (Walsh), Everton 1 (Eastoe)



Front cover shows Dave Swindlehurst and Jerry Murphy celebrating - but Dave was sold in this very month, to Derby Co, after 276 games (81 goals) for Palace. Below, scorer Ian Walsh.

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23rd February 1987

FA Youth Cup 4th Round

Mansfield Town 0 Leeds United 1 (Maguire)

Batty, Speed & Grayson in the Leeds line-up



40 years ago today, 23rd February 1976

FA Cup 5th Round 2nd Replay at neutral Elland Road

Bolton Wanderers 1 Newcastle United 2

Att. 43,448 - Not bad for a Monday evening

After a 3-3 at Bolton and a 0-0 at Newcastle, Leeds hosted the 2nd replay. Newcastle progressed with a 2-1 win with their goals scored by Burns and Gowling



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PostPosted: Tue Feb 23, 2016 10:37 pm 
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70 years ago today.

Good day at the office for the Rams' reserves.

Whoever bought this programme at the match kindly noted the scorers.

Derby 7 (Walker, Hiatt 2, Brinton, Shearer 3)
Blackpool 2 (Hobson, Finan)

Blackpool's lineup was as per the programme - Derby's had 5 changes from that printed.

4 page issue. Not much to read but interesting to read the opponents for our "A" team that season.......whatever happened to the clubs from Butterley, Brinston and Ollerton?



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PostPosted: Wed Feb 24, 2016 1:13 am 
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24th February 1964

Floodlight Friendly

Att: Mr Nutfield....?

Poole Town 2, Crystal Palace 2 (Brooks 2)



Johnny Brooks (father of Shaun)

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 24, 2016 12:45 pm 
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Pete’s Picture Palace wrote:
24th February 1964

Floodlight Friendly

Att: Mr Nutfield....?

Poole Town 2, Crystal Palace 2 (Brooks 2)



Johnny Brooks (father of Shaun)



Only mr nutfield and a guess attended?! Wink

Johnny Brooks, before my time at GP but is fondly remembered by those who did see him. Still alive too I believe?

Once again, some nice issues posted on here, maybe when I sort out scanning more I can stick some bees stuff up too!! Smile
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24th February 1962

United Counties League

Kettering Town v Bletchley Town

Single sheet printed on one side only featuring the defunct Bletchley Town



24th February 1981

FA Youth Cup 5th Round

Leeds United 1 Tottenham Hotspur 3

Again, single sheet printed on one side only. A few players involved who went on to have half decent careers including David Seaman in goal for Leeds


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25th February 1960

Football League, Division IV

Att: 3,687

Workington 1, Crystal Palace 1 (Woan)



Alan Woan (father of Ian)

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60 years ago (1955/6 season) and a 1st Division fixture between Charlton Athletic and Blackpool.

The programme is 8 pages with plenty to read and the adverts mainly confined to the centre pages if you ignore the large one on the front.

Blackpool won 2-1 with both goals coming from Ernie Taylor, one of them a penalty.

The attendance was 30,234.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 25, 2016 10:17 pm 
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This day in 1976.

I remember this one very well as it was the first programme I bought from Peter Holtom Programmes.
up till then, I tended to write to clubs for programmes but his "current season" list arrived and made life a lot easier for this fledgling collector.

I think he's still trading?

Man Utd 1
Derby 1 (Bruce Rioch)

att: 59,632


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60 years ago, 25th February 1956

London Senior Cup 3rd Round

Corinthian Casuals v Hayes

4 pager carrying just the one advert plus club notes & line-ups

England cricketers Doug Insole and Micky Stewart were both playing for Casuals at the time, fitting that they played at the Oval. Stewart actually turned professional with Charlton. Both of their Wiki's are worth a quick read, Insole's has an amusing story re Geoff Boycott that I'd somehow never heard before. It would appear that both are still with us, I had thought that Insole had passed away so apologies to him!

3 pics as I like the biscuit advert....





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PostPosted: Fri Feb 26, 2016 12:11 am 
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Not a "this day" but one for Mel seeing as how he liked the biscuit advert Smile

If my scanner was working I would have shown you the big ad on the back page!


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Not a "this day" but one for Mel seeing as how he liked the biscuit advert Smile

If my scanner was working I would have shown you the big ad on the back page!



That's a 'CRACKER' Steve Laughing Thank you

Could perhaps start a new thread on programmes with a biscuit on the cover, I'll kick it off with this old favourite again....



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PostPosted: Fri Feb 26, 2016 1:20 am 
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26th February 1972

Friendly Match

Att: 5,472

Crystal Palace 2 (Kellard, Wallace), Partick Thistle 0



Willie Wallace



One of my footballing heroes: Alan Rough, Thistle & Scotland legend

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 26, 2016 10:55 am 
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wandererpaul wrote:
Pete’s Picture Palace wrote:
24th February 1964

Floodlight Friendly

Att: Mr Nutfield....?

Poole Town 2, Crystal Palace 2 (Brooks 2)



Johnny Brooks (father of Shaun)



Only mr nutfield and a guess attended?! Wink

Johnny Brooks, before my time at GP but is fondly remembered by those who did see him. Still alive too I believe?

Once again, some nice issues posted on here, maybe when I sort out scanning more I can stick some bees stuff up too!! Smile


Sorry Mr Nutfield sadly did not attend this game as he was doing his homework! Regret I do not have the attendance for this match. Keep up the good work Peter
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 26, 2016 3:06 pm 
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Ruud Van Driver wrote:
derby1884 wrote:
Not a "this day" but one for Mel seeing as how he liked the biscuit advert Smile

If my scanner was working I would have shown you the big ad on the back page!



That's a 'CRACKER' Steve Laughing Thank you

Could perhaps start a new thread on programmes with a biscuit on the cover...


OK, then, here's a biscuit for cheese...

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Maidonian wrote:

OK, then, here's a biscuit for cheese...



Excellent Laughing


Non-biscuit issues......

50 years ago - 26th February 1966

Sheffield Utd 1 Leeds United 1 (Bell) - Div 1

Att. 35,682

Sheff U had the Wagstaff brothers Tony & Barry in their line-up along with 20 year olds Alan Birchenall & Mick Jones, Jones would of course see the light the following year and joined Leeds, the rest is history!

The programme contains a first season Soccer Review





45 years ago - 26th February 1971

Coventry City 0 Leeds United 1 (Lorimer) - Div 1

Att. 20,686

Only included this due to my liking for Coventry programmes and the fact that they unusually include an image of the opposition on the cover



40 years ago - 26th February 1976

Hastings United 3 Crawley Town 1

Bit of a mouthful this one - Sussex Floodlight Cup 1st Round 2nd Replay! Shame it's a little creased


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 27, 2016 12:19 am 
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not even a hint of a biscuit here, sadly........in fact, if I were either of the players involved, I'd be a wee bit miffed that all I got for my testimonial match was a single sheet issue.

ps - I do have some terrific old biscuit adverts...perhaps we should start a new thread? Old adverts are the best bit of many a pre-1970 programme.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 27, 2016 12:27 am 
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40 years ago - 26th February 1976

Hastings United 3 Crawley Town 1



Coincidentally, I was pottering about on YouTube the other night and was watching a few clips of Hastings United from this season.
I'll say this for them - their crowds of 350 or so probably make more noise than many a Premier League club's fans do!

And a piece of absolutely useless trivia - Hastings was where the "Journey To the Unknown" episode "The Last Visitor" was filmed in 1969 - and there is a (very) brief glimpse of their ground in that. But blink and you'll miss it.
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Good trivia there Steve. Another bit of trivia concerning that programme - After tweeting it someone replied that it was Kevin Barry on the cover, someone responded asking if that was Gareth's Dad? Turns out that it is Gareth Barry's Uncle who went on to sign for Chelsea for £2k before moving on to Margate before returning to Hastings. Sadly passed young at just 61 in 2011. Now you know!!

53 years ago - 27th February 1963

Belgium v Iraq

More of an itinerary by the looks of things as there are no line-ups included. I have included the notes from page one which are a superb insight into army football in the early 60's and make a fascinating read, enjoy!



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