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Football Programmes of Yesteryear No. 2: The FA Amateur Cup Final, 1960

By Football Web Pages (fwpbot)14/1 12:04Tue Jan 14 12:04:47 2020

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We're heading back to the start of the swinging 60's, a time of great change in society, and a time when the balance of power in the Non League game switched...

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Re: Football Programmes of Yesteryear No. 2: The FA Amateur Cup Final, 1960

By K's196015/1 16:31Wed Jan 15 16:31:45 2020In response to Football Programmes of Yesteryear No. 2: The FA Amateur Cup Final, 1960Top of thread

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That is when Non-League Football changed, I might add for the better. There was no promotion or relegation (I stand to be corrected) I will however add the competition was still very competitive. You have to remember the Amateur Cup was the major tournament in those days and was played in front of massive crowds, almost 9 thousand at Richmond Road in 1955 for that infamous drubbing by that Great Bishop Auckland team which was captained by the even greater Bob Hardisty.

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