So many forward-thinking men in English football in the Fifties: Matthews and Finney after seeing Brazil in the 1950 World Cup, Malcolm Allison after watching Austrians train in Vienna in 1946, Joe Mercer and Don Revie in the wake of the Hungarians. It took England four years to go from the Magyars to once again being one of the world’s best teams – a fact disguised, filthily, by Munich.
But even before then, they had their moments, Here England put nine past Ireland, with Finney man of the match:
1 Reply to “Christmas 2009: Tom Finney, Man of the Match”
Jolly entertaining: I can’t see the ball.
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