Back To The Eighties: 1980/81, Part Eighteen – Goal Of The Season, Courtesy Of Tony Morley

Back To The Eighties: 1980/81, Part Eighteen – Goal Of The Season, Courtesy Of Tony Morley

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We’re into February of 1981 now and Aston Villa, unburdened as their main rivals for the Football League Championship were by the distractions of cup football, were starting to come into form. By the time of this match, a gap had opened up between Villa and Ipswich Town at the top of the table and the rest. Even Liverpool, the defending champions and pre-season favourites to retain their title, had slipped to six points behind the top two – a sizable gap when a win is only worth two points. The cameras of Match Of The Day followed Ron Saunders’ team north, to Goodison Park for a match against Everton, and viewers were treated to that year’s Goal Of The Season, courtesy of Villa’s Tony Morley. Our second match, meanwhile, takes us to Stamford Bridge, where a Chelsea side still chasing promotion from the Second Division were at home against Cambridge United.

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