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Tranmere Rovers & Cheltenham Town Stare Into The Abyss
Well, it certainly feels like it’s about time. By 2018, it will be over half a century since England last hosted a World Cup, and it’s pleasing to see that a concerted effort is going into preparing everyone for a sustained bid to host the tournament in eleven years’ time. In the half a century…
I promised you a match every night, and I’ve managed to find twenty already that fit the bill. Tonight’s match comes from Division Two in 1976-77, in the middle of Chelsea’s “Building Site” phase. The visitors to a Sahara-esque Stamford Bridge were promotion rivals Wolverhampton Wanderers. Commentary comes courtesy of the much-missed Brian Moore.