Friday, 31 May 2013

Retro Round-Up - 31 May 2013

The domestic football season may be over, but the world of football nostalgia continues to turn, as witnessed by our latest weekly selection of the best the web has to offer...

Remember the days when sponsorship of the Football League was seen as something of a novelty? Does your memory go that far back? It does for The Two Unfortunates, as shown in their excellent article on the subject...

Let's all wish Twohundredpercent a Happy 7th Birthday by checking out its account of seven matches where seven goals were scored by the winning team...

Prior to last Saturday's Champions League Final, Who Ate All The Pies used Panini as the medium with which to remember great players from previous Finals...

A beautiful mosaic of football legends from the 1950's awaits when you visit Footysphere...

Meanwhile, Got, Not Got focus on 'Focus On' - Shoot magazine's regular player profile feature. Were there any players in the 1970's that didn't have Steak and Chips as their favourite meal?

Match magazine, however, tried their own version of 'Focus On' but was it a good idea to ask a player like Giles Stille of Brighton about his 'Biggest disappointment in life'? The Goldstone Wrap investigates...

The Vintage Football Club provides pictorial evidence of Czech team Bohemians from 1982/83 and, more importantly, the only known sighting of a completely red football...

And finally a reminder that we're currently inviting you to vote on your favourite England home kit from the last five decades, so get along to our online poll and choose your favourite. The winning kit will be announced at the end of June!

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