The Giant Killers

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Giant Killers

 

1976

1975 - 1977

Blackpool 1-0 Burnley

Third Round: Saturday January 3rd 1976
 
Attendance:20,573
 
Scorer: Bill Bentley
 
Ranked at the time:438
 
Blackpool: 1:George Wood, 2:Dave Hatton, 3:Bill Bentley, 4:Stan McEwan, 5:Peter Suddaby, 6:Terry Alcock {replaced by 12:Kevin Moore}, 7:Paul Hart, 8:Steve Harrison, 9:Mickey Walsh, 10:Jimmy Weston, 11:John Evanson. Manager:Harry Potts
 
Burnley1:Gerry Peyton, 2:Mike Docherty, 3:Keith Newton, 4:Billy Ingham, 5:Colin Waldron, 6:Jim Thompson, 7:Mike Summerbee, 8:Willie Morgan {replaced by 12:David Loggie} 9:Ray Hankin, 10:Brian Flynn, 11:Paul Bradshaw. Manager:Jimmy Adamson
 
Birmingham City 0-1 Portsmouth
Third Round Replay: Tuesday January 6th 1976
 
Attendance:26,106
 
Scorer: Bobby McGuinness
 
Ranked at the time:265
 
Birmingham: 1:Dave Latchford, 2:Ray Martin 3:Tony Want, 4:Gary Pendrey, 5:Joe Gallagher {replaced by 12:Jimmy Calderwood} 6:Kenny Burns, 7:Malcolm Page,8:Trevor Francis, 9:Peter Withe, 10:Bob Hatton, 11:Steve Bryant. Manager:Willie Bell
 
Portsmouth1:Grahame Lloyd, 2:Chris Lawler, 3:Mick Mellows, 4:Phil Roberts, 5:Paul Went, 6:Eoin Hand, 7:Bobby McGuinness, 8:Norman Piper, 9:George Graham, 10:Richie Reynolds, 11:Billy Eames. Manager:Ian St John
 
Bury 3-2 Middlesbrough
Third Round Replay: Tuesday January 6th 1976
 
Attendance:11,488
 
Scorers:{Bury} Andy Rowland, Jimmy McIlwraith, John Hulme. {Middlesbrough} Peter Brine, John Hickton {pen}
 
Ranked at the time:142
 
Bury: 1:John Forrest, 2:Steve Hoolickin, 3:Keith Kennedy, 4:Gerry Keenan, 5:John Hulme, 6:Tony Bailey, 7:Jimmy McIlwraith, 8:Billy Rudd, 9:Andy Rowland, 10:Derek Spence, 11:Brian Williams. Manager:Bobby Smith
 
Middlesbrough1:Jim Platt, 2:John Craggs, 3:Ian Bailey {replaced by 12:Alan Foggon}, 4:Peter Brine, 5:Stuart Boam, 6:Willie Madden, 7:Bobby Murdoch, 8:David Mills, 9:Terry Cooper, 10:John Hickton, 11:David Armstrong. Manager:Jack Charlton
 
Aston Villa 1-2 Southampton
Third Round Replay After Extra Time: Wednesday January 7th 1976
 
Attendance:44,623
 
Scorers:{Villa} Ray Graydon. {Southampton} Jim McCalliog {2}
 
Ranked at the time:409
 
Villa: 1:John Burridge, 2:John Gidman, 3:John Robson, 4:Ian Ross, 5:Chris Nicholl,6:Leighton Phillips, 7:Ray Graydon, 8:John Deehan, 9:Andy Gray, 10:Ian 'Chico' Hamilton, 11:Frank Carrodus. Manager:Ron Saunders
 
Southampton:1:Ian Turner, 2:Peter Rodrigues, 3:David Peach, 4:Nick Holmes, 5:Mel Blyth 6:Jim Steele, 7:Hugh Fisher, 8:Mike Channon, 9:Peter Osgood, 10:Jim McCalliog, 11:Bobby Stokes. Manager: Laurie McMenemy
 
Leeds United 0-1 Crystal Palace
Fourth Round: Saturday January 24th 1976
 
Attendance:43,116
 
Scorer: Dave Swindlehurst
 
Ranked at the time: 26
 
Leeds: 1:David Harvey, 2:Paul Reaney, 3:Frank Gray, 4:Billy Bremner {replaced by 12:Norman Hunter}, 5:Paul Madeley, 6:Trevor Cherry, 7:Peter Lorimer, 8:Allen Clarke, 9:Duncan McKenzie, 10:Terry Yorath, 11:Eddie Gray. Manager:Jimmy Armfield
 
Palace:1:Paul Hammond, 2:Peter Wall, 3:Jim Cannon, 4:Derek Jeffries, 5:Stewart Jump, 6:Ian Evans 7:Nicky Chatterton, 8:Martin Hinshelwood, 9:Alan Whittle, 10:Dave Swindlehurst, 11:Peter Taylor. Manager:Malcolm Allison
 
Sunderland 2-1 Stoke City
Fifth Round Replay: Tuesday February 17th 1976
 
Attendance:47,583
 
Scorers: {Sunderland} Bryan 'Pop' Robson, Mel Holden. {Stoke} Denis Smith
 
Ranked at the time: 460
 
Sunderland: 1:Jim Montgomery, 2:Dick Malone, 3:Joe Bolton, 4:Tony Towers, 5:Jeff Clarke, 6:Bobby Moncur, 7:Bobby Kerr, 8:Jackie Ashurst, 9:Mel Holden, 10:Bryan 'Pop' Robson, 11:Tom Finney {replaced by 12: Vic Halom}. Manager:Bob Stokoe
 
Stoke:1:Peter Shilton, 2:Jackie Marsh, 3:Danny Bowers, 4:John Mahoney, 5:Denis Smith, 6:Alan Dodd, 7:Jimmy Robertson, 8:Jimmy Greenhoff, 9:Terry Conroy, 10:Alan Hudson, 11:Geoff Salmons {replaced by 12:Ian Moores}. Manager:Tony Waddington
 
Norwich City 1-2 Bradford City
Fifth Round: Monday February 23rd 1976
 
Attendance:27,047
 
Scorers: {Norwich} Martin Peters. {Bradford} Don Hutchins, Billy McGinley
 
Ranked at the time: 13
 
Norwich: 1:Kevin Keelan, 2:Davd Jones, 3:Colin Sullivan, 4:Mick McGuire, 5:Duncan Forbes, 6:Dave Stringer, 7:Mel Machin, 8:Ted McDougall, 9:Phil Bowyer, 10:Colin Suggett, 11:Martin Peters. Manager:John Bond
 
Bradford:1:Peter Downsborough, 2:Ces Podd, 3:Ian Cooper, 4:Rod Johnson, 5:John Middleton, 6:David Fretwell, 7:Billy McGinley, 8:Gerry Ingram,9:Joe Cooke, 10:David Hall, 11:Don Hutchins. Manager:Bobby Kennedy
 
Manchester United 0-1
 
Southampton
 
The 1976 FA Cup Final
 
Saturday May 1st 1976 {Wembley, London}

Attendance:100,000     

Scorer: Bobby Stokes {83}

Ranked at the time: 173

United: 1:Alex Stepney, 2:Alex Forsyth, 3:Stewart Houston, 4:Gerry Daly, 5:Brian Greenhoff, 6:Martin Buchan, 7:Steve Coppell, 8:Sammy McIlroy, 9:Stuart Pearson, 10:Lou Macari, 11:Gordon Hill {replaced by 12: David McCreery}. Manager:Tommy Docherty
 
Southampton:1:Ian Turner, 2:Peter Rodrigues, 3:David Peach, 4:Nick Holmes, 5:Mel Blyth 6:Jim Steele, 7:Paul Gilchrist, 8:Mike Channon, 9:Peter Osgood, 10:Jim McCalliog, 11:Bobby Stokes. Manager: Laurie McMenemy
 
 
Honourable Mention
Coventry Sporting, who in 1975/76 were in the West Midlands League when drawn at home to Fourth Division Tranmere Rovers in the first round. The tie was switched to Coventry City's Highfield Road ground where 4,565 people watched Sporting record a shock 2-0 victory thanks to two Gallagher goals. The team was Jeavons Sorbie, Mundy, Dunk, Jones, Skelcey, Randle, Starkey, Gallagher, Core and Manning

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