'Alf Ramsey Knew My Grandfather' by Ed Waugh & Trevor Wood. 16th April 2009, 19:30, Gala Theatre, Durham. Free Engage Scheme tickets - Thurs 16th, Tues 21st & 22nd April The extrordinary true story of how a group of lads from West ...
Sir Alfred Ernest "Alf" Ramsey (22 January – 28 April 1999) was an English footballer and manager of the English national football team from to His greatest achievement was winning the World Cup with England on 30 July They also came third in the European Championship and reached the quarter-final stage of the World Cup and the European Championship under his management. He was knighted in in recognition of England's World Cup win the previous year.
[TWTD.co.uk] - From Alf Ramsey's champions, through the Bobby Robson UEFA Cup-winning era, to George Burley's Premiership team and the bonus Fair Play League season under Joe Royle. David and his brother Philip were responsible for organising supporters' trips during
[World Soccer] - Some 29 countries entered the competition, including England – who made a swift exit in Alf Ramsey's first competitive encounter, beaten 6-3 on aggregate by France in the first round. Under coach Jose Villalonga, Spain were rebuilding, using players
[Mirror.co.uk] - Now that would be a real story! At last, an Englishman with real pedigree in charge of the national team. Finally, we have a man who can speak the same football language as his players and who reminds me of a certain Sir Alf Ramsey.
[The Guardian (blog)] - Alf Ramsey's misplaced aspirates made him sound like Eliza Doolittle, Ron Greenwood was apt to say "revelant" when he meant relevant and Bobby Robson warned his players to stay out of the sun because of the dangers from "ultra-ray violets".
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - Sir Alf Ramsey, because he's still the only manager who has won England anything worth talking about and finally one of my mentors and the best manager I ever had, Terry Venables. Those four would make an interesting party. My one forte whenever I get