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1969 FA Charity Shield

 

1969 FA Charity Shield

1969 FA Charity Shield
Date 2 August 1969
Venue Elland Road, Leeds
Referee K. H. Burns
1968
1970

The 1969 FA Charity Shield was the 47th FA Charity Shield, an annual football match played between the winners of the previous season's Football League and FA Cup competitions. The match was contested by the league champions, Leeds United, and Manchester City, the cup winners. Leeds won the match 2–1, with goals from Eddie Gray and Jack Charlton. Colin Bell scored a consolation for City.

This match saw the début of Allan Clarke for Leeds United following his £165,000 transfer from Leicester City during the summer. Clarke was on the losing side to Manchester City in the previous season's FA Cup. Leeds took the lead after Giles' long ball into the box was headed across the six yard box for Gray to score. Leeds increased their lead three minutes later when Charlton headed in a free kick form Giles. Manchester City scored a late goal when Bell shot in following a goalkeeper error at a corner kick.[1]


Match details

2 August 1969
Leeds United 2–1 Manchester City
Gray Goal 55'
Charlton Goal 58'
Report Bell Goal 90'
Elland Road, Leeds
Attendance: 39,835
Referee: K. H. Burns
Wales Gary Sprake
England Paul Reaney
England Terry Cooper
Scotland Billy Bremner (c)
England Jack Charlton
England Norman Hunter
England Paul Madeley
England Allan Clarke
England Mick Jones
Republic of Ireland Johnny Giles
Scotland Eddie Gray
Substitute
Scotland Peter Lorimer
Manager:
England Don Revie
England Joe Corrigan
England Tony Book (c)
England Glyn Pardoe
England Mike Doyle
England Tommy Booth
England Alan Oakes
England Mike Summerbee
England Colin Bell
England Francis Lee
England Neil Young
England Tony Coleman
Manager:
England Joe Mercer

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