Poland 1970s White What did for England in 1973 wasn't the draw at Wembley to the Poles; it was the craven manner of their defeat to the Poles in Chorzow in front of 105000 fans. Bobby Moore's mistake and Alan Ball's sending off first deflated any hopes of a return to the World Cup. For that game Poland wore this white shirt and England, were clad in yellow! Pictured is Kazimierz Deyna who won 97 Caps and scored 41 goals, a gifted playmaker who won the Golden Boot Award at the 1972 Olympics and captained Poland at the 1974 World Cup. This shirt is long sleeved and made from knitted cotton.
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Growing up in the 70's you were forced to pick a football team very early on and schooldays were made up of ribbing your mates if your team beat theirs so you always picked the top teams and not necessarily the local team (Leyton Orient weren't noted for their first division presence) to avoid the abuse if your team lost.
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