Podcast 199: An Echo of Glory, Part 9 – 1966, 1967, 1968 & All That

by | Mar 1, 2020

In 1962, the FA finally took a big brave step into the 20th century and allowed a manager complete control over team affairs. But could Alf Ramsey turn England around, with just four years before they were due to host a World Cup? Also, there’s Manchester United at Wembley, QPR and Swindon Town scraping League Cup wins, trouble at Port Vale, and the sudden rise of Leeds United. This week, it’s 1964 to 1968.

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An Echo of Glory, Part 9: 1966.1967, 1968 & All That