Friday, 17 May 2013

Retro Round-Up - 17 May 2013

After the relentless parade of FA Cup articles we brought you last week on The Football Attic, this week's been a little quieter for us post-wise, but fortunately there are lots of other like-minded folk on the interweb that have been doing their bit for the football nostalgia cause. Here's a selection of the best we could find for your viewing pleasure.

Hull City's tumultuous promotion campaign this season prompts The Two Unfortunates to remember a similarly successful time for The Tigers back in 1965/66 - read about it here...

Double Diamond works wonders - even for under-age kids! (Well it does if the double diamond in question belongs to Umbro, according to Got, Not Got...)

The Goldstone Wrap takes a look back to the seemingly random coming together of Brighton & Hove Albion and Nigeria in a friendly match in 1981...

Billie Jean-King playing for Swedish women's football team IFK Hässleholm? She could be in the front row of a picture at The Vintage Football Club, but it's probably not her...

On Goals Scored have a nice infographic showing how many times various teams have changed manager since 1985...

And for anyone that wants an instant classic sticker collection, what about this set of 37 albums in a single eBay lot? Yours for only £1,350...

2 comments:

  1. The ebay seller is lying when he says it is 37 football sticker albums. That is unless He Man, Fisto and Spikor have formed a team.




    Robin

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    1. Lol... well spotted, Robin! :)

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