Yeah, it's mad. Are they right? Fuck knows. Maybe Scottish football needs it because they're fucking agricultural expertsScottish football is to put major restrictions on heading in training.
First penalty shootout I ever saw.Barcelona v Steaua Bucharest 1986 stuff.
sincere apologies - How I listed someone who died on 23/12 as dying on "22 November'' even I can't explain.George Cohen (1939 -22 November 2022)
Fulham & England right back.
Cohen spent his entire career at Fulham (459 games) before retiring due to injury aged 29.
He was a quick player with an eye on going forward.
Cohen took over as England right back in 1964 after Jimmy Armfield suffered a bad injury. Cohen played in all England's matches during their 1966 World Cup victory. He earned 37 caps between 1964-67.
Fulham supporters are intensely proud of George's part in the 1966 Final -
''Gentleman George Cohen - the only west Londoner that ever won the World Cup''
is the ultimate Chelsea diss.
A statue of Cohen was unveiled at Craven Cottage in 2016.
Famously George's nephew Ben also was won a world cup in rugby.
Only Geoff Hurst and Bobby Charlton (who has dementia) are still alive from the 1966 eleven. Along w/ squad members Terry Paine, Ian Callaghan and George Eastham.
This is sad news; I had no idea he had any health problems but I've just read George had cancer in the 1970s.
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