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Soccer - Northern Football Managers Discuss England National Team - Manchester Featured Print

Soccer - Northern Football Managers Discuss England National Team - Manchester

England team manager Alf Ramsey at a Manchester Hotel while holding a meeting with Northern Soccer managers to talk over - it is widely believed - the subject of the England team and the forthcoming 1966 World Cup. The managers are (back row, l-r) Trevor Porteous, player-manager of Stockport, Les McDowall (Oldham), Ron Suart (Blackpool), Harry Potts (Burnley), Jimmy Milne (Preston), Matt Busby (Manchester United), Harry Catterick (Everton), Don Revie (Leeds United) and George Poyser (Manchester City). On the front row with Alf Ramsey are (l-r) Alan Brown (Sheffield Wednesday), Jack Marshall (Blackburn Rovers), John Carey (Nottingham Forest) and Dave Russell (Tranmere Rovers).

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M6 Bridge Restaurant - Keele Featured Print

M6 Bridge Restaurant - Keele

Patrons will be able to watch the busy traffic on this section of the M6 (the Birmingham-Preston Motorway) from the unique bridge restaurant spanning the roadway at Keele, Staffordshire. The restaurant, with seating close to 300, is included in a 500, 000 service area to be operated by Forte's & Co, Ltd. There will be snack bars and transport cafes, serving each side of the road, parking facilities for 240 cars and 70 lorries and a mothers' room staffed by trained stewardesses. The Keele section of the motorway is due to be opened in the autumn.

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Mo Mowlam Sports Scheme Featured Print

Mo Mowlam Sports Scheme

Cabinet Office Minister Mo Mowlam, plays table tennis at the Geoffrey Chaucer School in Southwark, London, while launching a 1million scheme to boost sports in inner city schools - paid for with the confiscated wealth of drug dealers. *The projects, aimed at 10 to 16-year-olds, are designed to steer vulnerable young people away from a life of crime.See PA story POLITICS Crime Drugs. PA photo: Toby Melville.

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