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England players Ray Charnley (left), Jim Armfield and Ron Flowers (right Featured 00247 Print

England players Ray Charnley (left), Jim Armfield and Ron Flowers (right

England players Ray Charnley (left), Jim Armfield and Ron Flowers (right) chat over tea at the Royal Victoria Hotel in Sheffield 2nd October 1962.
The England team are playing in a European Nations Cup match against France at Hillsborough tomorrow night

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1960s, 20th Century, Drinking, England, European Nations Cup, Football, International, Seated, Sport, Table, Tea

Ray Charnley of Blackpool (left), tucks into a plate of toast Featured 00247 Print

Ray Charnley of Blackpool (left), tucks into a plate of toast

Ray Charnley of Blackpool (left), tucks into a plate of toast and tea as England & club team mate Jimmy Armfield looks on, at the Royal Victoria Hotel in Sheffield 2nd October 1962.
The England team are playing in a European Nations Cup match against France at Hillsborough tomorrow night

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1960s, 20th Century, Drinking, England, European Nations Cup, Football, International, Seated, Sport, Table, Tea

The Sunderland squad relax at their Southport Training camp ahead of the FA Cup Semi Featured 00247 Print

The Sunderland squad relax at their Southport Training camp ahead of the FA Cup Semi

The Sunderland squad relax at their Southport Training camp ahead of the FA Cup Semi final against Birmingham City. Southport was a regular venue for the Sunderland team in the 1930's when they wanted to get away from the football madness on Wearside!
From left to right - Jock MacDougall, Bobby Gurney, Harry Shaw, Sam Morris, Jimmy Connor, Alex Hastings, Jimmy Leonard a.k.a. Hookey, Bob Middleton, Arthur Andrews, Bill Murray, Joe Devine, Billy Eden, Reid
Sunderland lost the FA Cup match to Birmingham 2-0

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