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Eddie the Eagle : 1988 Featured Print

Eddie the Eagle : 1988

PA NEWS PHOTO 25/1/88: CHELTENHAM PLASTERER EDDIE EDWARDS (24) IN LONDON BEFORE FLYING OUT TO TRAIN WITH THE AMERICAN TEAM BEFORE THE WINTER OLYMPICS IN CALGARY. EDDIE IS TO BECOME BRITAIN'S FIRST OLYMPIC SKI-JUMPER. * 17/07/03 Eddie "The Eagle" Edwards, Britain's most famous ski-jumper, who has taken off in a new direction - by graduating from university as a mature student. The 39-year-old former plasterer, shown here in training before he shot to fame in the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, has spent the last three years studying law at De Montfort University, Leicester, and achieved a 2:2.

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World Cup Winners 1966 - England Team With World Cup Featured Print

World Cup Winners 1966 - England Team With World Cup

The England football team before their international match against Czechoslovakia at Wembley. *Back row (l-r): Harold Shepherdson, Nobby Stiles, Roger Hunt, Gordon Banks, Jack Charlton, George Cohen, Ray Wilson and Alf Ramsay (manager). Front row (l-r): Martin Peters, Geoff Hurst, Bobby Moore, Alan Ball and Bobby Charlton. *07/03/2000: The Queen was today (7th March 2000) honouring the five forgotten heroes of the 1966 World Cup-winning team. More than 30 years after helping England beat West Germany in the final at Wembley, Alan Ball, George Cohen, Roger Hunt, Nobby Stiles and Ray Wilson will be receiving MBEs at an investiture at Buckingham Palace, central London.

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Film - Michael Caine and Bobby Moore - Escape to Victory premiere - Leicester Square, London Featured Print

Film - Michael Caine and Bobby Moore - Escape to Victory premiere - Leicester Square, London

Actor Michael Caine, left, and footballer Bobby Moore in Leicester Square, London. Later in the week they line-up together for the Charity Premiere of Escape to Victory at the Odeon on Thursday. The duo star as Allied prisoners of war who are interned in a German prison camp during World War II. The film sees them play as team-mates in a football team made up of Allied prisoners of war who are challenged by a German side to an exhibition match.

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