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1970 Football League Cup Final

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1970 Football League Cup Final

1970 Football League Cup Final
Event 1969–70 Football League Cup
after extra time
Date 7 March 1970
Venue Wembley Stadium, London
1969
1971

The 1970 Football League Cup Final took place on 7 March 1970 at Wembley Stadium with an attendance of 97,963. It was the tenth Football League Cup final and the fourth to be played at Wembley. It was contested between Manchester City and West Bromwich Albion.

Jeff Astle opened the scoring for Albion after five minutes, becoming the first player to score in the final of both the League Cup and FA Cup at Wembley. He had already scored in the first leg of the 1966 League Cup Final four years previously, however that was at West Ham's Boleyn Ground. City equalised through Mike Doyle to send the game into extra-time, and eventually won 2–1, with Glyn Pardoe scoring the winner.

Players and officials

1 England Joe Corrigan
2 England Tony Book (c)
3 Scotland Arthur Mann
4 England Mike Doyle
5 England Tommy Booth
6 England Alan Oakes
7 England George Heslop
8 England Colin Bell
9 England Mike Summerbee Substituted off
10 England Francis Lee
11 England Glyn Pardoe
Substitute:
12 England Ian Bowyer Substituted in
Manager:
England Joe Mercer
1 England John Osborne
2 Scotland Doug Fraser
3 Scotland Ray Wilson
4 England Tony Brown
5 England John Talbut
6 England John Kaye
7 England Len Cantello
8 England Colin Suggett
9 England Jeff Astle
10 Scotland Asa Hartford Substituted off
11 Scotland Bobby Hope
Substitute:
12 Wales Dick Krzywicki Substituted in
Manager:
England Alan Ashman

Background

Honours were shared in the league matches between the two sides during the 1969–70 league season, with Manchester City gaining a 2–1 victory at Maine Road and West Bromwich Albion winning 3–0 at The Hawthorns. City went on to achieve a 10th place finish in the First Division, while Albion finished 16th.[1] The only previous meeting between the two sides in the League Cup had taken place at the third round stage of the 1966–67 competition; on that occasion, Albion progressed by a 4–2 scoreline and went on to reach that season's final.[2]

References

Template:1969–70 in English football


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