Liverpool’s Steven Gerrard shakes hands with Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry during a press conference at Anfield where he confirmed he was staying with Liverpool.
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Scotland fans spilled on to the Wembley turf on June 4, 1977, after Gordon McQueen and Kenny Dalglish struck to secure a famous 2-1 win over England in the Home Internationals.
England’s Peter Crouch celebrates his second goal with a robot celebration during a 6-0 friendly win over Jamaica on this day (June 3) in 2006.
Manchester United became the first English side to be crowned European champions when Sir Matt Busby’s men beat Benfica in an emotional Wembley clash on May 29, 1968.
It was the day Don Revie’s appointment as England manager didn’t seem such a bad idea after all.
Tottenham’s young goalkeeper Tony Parks holds the UEFA Cup trophy at White Hart Lane after he saved two penalties against Anderlecht.
Chelsea lifted the European Cup Winners’ Cup on May 13, 1998, after a 1-0 victory over Stuttgart.
Liverpool stepped out at Wembley Stadium as reigning European Champions having won the trophy for the first time in Rome a year earlier.
Sir Bobby Charlton will go down as one of the greatest to play the game.