We won 2-1, and it was very muddy! I watched from the old Brook Road stand, which was packed and rocking.
1963-64 was a crazy season. We demolished Wrexham 9-0, biggest ever home win; then lost 2-6 to Luton, biggest ever home defeat!
Plus we used 4 different goalkeepers that season, and The...
True! She worked in collaboration with the composer George Antheil ("Ballet Mechanique") on developing a torpedo guidance system based on frequency hopping:
Don't remind me. It was on my birthday and my dad offered to take me as a birthday treat. I said "no thanks" as I'd just seen us lose at home to Bristol Rovers 6-2 the previous Saturday. I wasn't going to have my birthday ruined by watching that rubbish. So he went by himself and gloated ever...
Home in Cranford. Went to the Quarter Final vs. Argentina with my mum. Saw Rattin sent off and Geoff Hurst's winner was at our end. Everyone went nuts. Watched the final on TV in black and white - only saw it in colour when the film "Goal" was released shortly after.
Definitely: When I first moved to LA in 1975 I lived 2 minutes away and met the great man for cocktails. Here's their website: http://www.dantanasrestaurant.com/
The Chicken Marsala is my favourite. The King's Head pub in Santa Monica is worth a visit too.
1 April, 1961, Sheffield United 1, Liverpool 1 (old Division 2). All my first games were in Sheffield as my mum's relatives were from there and her cousin Jack was a huge Blades fan. Bramall Lane was also a Yorkshire cricket ground back then so one side of the ground was open (terrible...