Full title reads: "The North V South Cup Final. Meet Mr Herbert Chapman & his famous 'happy family' Team, Arsenal - 'the hope of the South'..."
Highbury Stadium, London.
Mr Herbert Chapman and members of the Arsenal squad. Mr Chapman is asked to introduce the team, but he says that he is so husky that he will get Tom Whittaker to introduce the team.
He introduces the team - Cliff Bastin, Alec James, ('Wee Alec, he's called'), Jack Lambert, Bob John, Herbert Roberts, Little Charlie Jones, Frank Moss (the Goal Keeper), David Jack, Joe Hulme, Tom Parker ('he's not so old as he looks by the way').
C/U Charlie Jones - he say he 'hopes we have a good game'.
C/U Herbert Roberts.
C/U Bob John - introduces himself for the benefit of those who aren't Welsh.
C/U Joe Hulme - says he hope after success in the cup he will be able to go to Middlesex and have as good a season at cricket.
C/U David Jack - 4th appearance at Wembley in the cup.
C/U Jack Lambert.
C/U Tom Parker (Captain)
C/U Frank Moss - say he would rather face Wembley than this (meaning the camera).
C/U Cliff Bastin
C/U Alec James - still worried about injury - if he's fit to play it will all be down to the hard work of the trainer.
C/U Edris Hapgood.
The Arsenal team line up and sing us a song. "All good pals and jolly good company."
End title reads: "See Newcastle United in next Edition!"
Laurence Mckenna (The Front 3/The Football Republic) presents a match day overview of The Emirates FA Cup fourth round tie between Liverpool and West Ham at Anfield.
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10 May 1980
West Ham United 1--0 Arsenal
Goals : Brooking 13' (Report)
Referee: George Courtney (County Durham)
The 1980 FA Cup Final was contested by West Ham United and Arsenal at Wembley. West Ham won by a single goal, scored by Trevor Brooking. To date, it is the last time a team from outside the top flight has won the FA Cup. It was West Ham's third FA Cup triumph and the last time that they have won a major trophy.
The 1980 Cup Final was the 99th final to be played since 1872, and the 52nd to be played at Wembley since 1923. The tie involved Arsenal, who had played in the previous two FA Cup Finals and were a strong First Division side, and two time F.A. Cup winners West Ham United, a Second Division side that had only ever played at Wembley five times before and were huge underdogs on the day.
Present as the royal guests were the Duke and Duchess of Kent. The Duke was introduced to the teams directly after the national anthem and just prior to kick off. West Ham won the coin toss and captain Billy Bonds chose to stay at the end his team was already at.
The game started slowly with Arsenal playing their traditional defensive keep ball style of football. West Ham gained possession after Arsenal gave away a free kick due to Liam Brady being caught offside. After this West Ham maintained possession, frustrating Arsenal before Alan Devonshire broke down the left wing in the 12th minute, hitting a cross into the Arsenal box which fell to David Cross, whose shot was blocked by Arsenal's Willie Young. Stuart Pearson then shot at the Arsenal goal but his shot went across the goalmouth, where England international Trevor Brooking was the fastest player to react; with the Arsenal defence stranded he flicked a header past Jennings for the only goal of the game after 13 minutes.
Arsenal and West Ham both had attacks during the rest of the first half, Arsenal having more of the game as had been anticipated, but Phil Parkes and the West Ham defence held firm and they were unable to unlock the West Ham defence. The second half was again mainly Arsenal in possession, but the underdogs held out and almost made it two with minutes remaining. Paul Allen was through on goal with only Pat Jennings to beat, Young tackled the 17-year-old, taking him down just outside the penalty box. It was a challenge from behind on the then youngest ever player to play in an F.A. Cup final, however Young only earned himself a yellow card (the professional foul rule had not yet been instituted).
Despite their possession, Arsenal failed to break West Ham down in the second half, and West Ham ran out 1--0 winners. Bonds collected the trophy from the Duchess of Kent, and raised it above his head toward the jubilant West Ham fans to a chorus of cheers and "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles", the East End team's adopted anthem.
Final FA Cup | Arsenal - Ipswich Town - 1978
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11 May 1996
Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United
Goals : Cantona 85'
Wembley Stadium, London
Referee: Dermot Gallagher (Oxfordshire)
The 1996 FA Cup Final was the 51st to be held at Wembley Stadium after the Second World War and was held between two of the biggest rivals in English football, Manchester United and Liverpool.
The match, despite the rivalry between the two teams, was a fairly unmemorable game, rarely sparking into life, with playmakers Eric Cantona and Steve McManaman, marked and closed out by Jamie Redknapp and John Barnes and Roy Keane and Nicky Butt respectively. Keane went on to stop virtually every attack the Liverpool midfield threw at United, and covering as commentator Peter Brackley described, "every blade of grass", to win the man of the match award.
The game started with a frenetic pace and Manchester United started with several positive chances before Liverpool came back into the game, but chances at either end were limited. Neither goalkeeper, Peter Schmeichel for United and David James for Liverpool, was seriously tested throughout the majority of the game. However, with just five minutes remaining on the clock, David James tried to punch a corner clear. The ball landed just outside the penalty area, at the feet of United captain Eric Cantona, who had scored in his comeback game after a seven-month suspension at Old Trafford against Liverpool earlier that season in a game that ended 2--2. Cantona hit his shot goalwards, through the crowded penalty area and the ball nestled in the back of the goal, winning the game for United. Cantona had been marked out of the game, but true to his form all season, popped up with yet another magical moment.
The win was United's third FA Cup win under Alex Ferguson, having also won in 1990 and 1994. They became the first club to win the competition nine times, and also became the first club to win the league championship and FA Cup double on two occasions.
Two notable absences from the Manchester United side were the club's two longest serving players Steve Bruce and Brian McClair, who were dropped in favour of younger players and missed out on a chance to add to their impressive list of honours at the club. Bruce never played for United again, as he was transferred to Birmingham City 11 days later, while McClair remained at the club for a further two seasons and added another league title to his personal honours.
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