Friday, 24 May 2013

Retro Round-Up - 24 May 2013

Bringing you the best that the world of football nostalgia has to offer, this is The Football Attic's weekly Retro Round-Up...

Former Charlton goalkeeper Sam Bartram celebrates 500 appearances for the club by having a celebratory cake cut for him by a Portsmouth player. The 1950's presented in a single image by Who Ate All The Pies...

It's always great to remind oneself about the legend that was Robin Friday, and The Goldstone Wrap does a fine job of keeping his spirit alive here...

The Sound of Football podcast looks at England's golden generation of the late-90s and ponders how many have retired to start running a pub...

Is Jupp Heynckes heading for Real Madrid? One thing is certain: he made his mark on the 1973 UEFA Cup Final Second Leg against Liverpool, as shown in On This Day for May 23rd...

Wallow in a forgotten world where Roy Race was king over at The Greek Roy of the Rovers Fan Club...

Utterly beautiful football illustrations that appeal readily to the most nostalgic among us - check out Miniboro and you won't be disappointed...

Pick up a real piece of history - an original medal from the 1928 Olympic soccer tournament on eBay...

Finally, a great tribute to the late Brian Greenhoff by his autobiographer over at the Manchester Evening News.

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