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1969 Fairs Cup Final - Scott scores third goal for Newcastle v Ujpesti Dozsa Featured 00243 Print

1969 Fairs Cup Final - Scott scores third goal for Newcastle v Ujpesti Dozsa

1969 Fairs Cup Final - Scott scores third goal for Newcastle v Ujpesti Dozsa
Following a successful remodelling of the squad at St James Park, the Magpies experienced their first taste of European action in the now quickly developing football world. Remarkably, United won a trophy at the first attempt and the Gallowgate stadium was filled to capacity as crack Hungarians Ujpesti Dozsa were toppled in 1969. Bob Moncur leaps in the air as Newcastle score, while Bryan Robson watches. Note the supporters on the roof tops of Leazes Terrace

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Bolton Wanderers v West Ham FA Cup Final 1923. Bolton centre half Jimmy Seddon appealing Featured 00243 Print

Bolton Wanderers v West Ham FA Cup Final 1923. Bolton centre half Jimmy Seddon appealing

Bolton Wanderers v West Ham FA Cup Final 1923. Bolton centre half Jimmy Seddon appealing for a foul during the match. Goals scored by David Jack two minutes after the start of the match and a second half goal by Jack Smit gave Bolton a two nil victory over the Hammers. The final was preceded by chaotic scenes as vast crowds surged into the stadium, far exceeding its official capacity of approximately 125,000. Its believed a crowd estimated up to 300,000 gained entrance resulting in the terraces overflowing and spectators surging onto the pitch. Mounted policemen, including one on a white horse, had to clear the crowds from the pitch to allow the match to take place. The game began 45 minutes late as crowds stood on the touchline. This first FA Cup final at Wembley is often referred to as the "White Horse Final"
28th April 1923

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Newcastle United players celebrate on a open top bus tour of Tyne side after winning Featured 00243 Print

Newcastle United players celebrate on a open top bus tour of Tyne side after winning

Newcastle United players celebrate on a open top bus tour of Tyne side after winning the Fairs Cup final . June 13th 1969
Bob Moncur is seen here holding the trophy aloft
An open-topped bus parade from Newcastle Airport to St JamesI Park took place as UnitedIs cup victors returned from Budapest. Bob Moncur shows off the trophy - now suitably decorated with a black-and-white scarf - alongside centre-half John McNamee. *** Local Caption *** watscan - - 05/05/2009

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