Smith helped us to the 1972 win, and was in the Guinness Book of Records for the most injuries (including 5 broken legs). He never did play for England, but did manage a lot of teams.
Didi was right: the Dutch beat them 2-0 in a violent semi-final.
The great John Ritchie. Stoke's top scorer for many years in a row. His 171 goals have never been rivalled.
In March 1974, after a row with Southampton's Peter Osgood who criticised Ritchie's heading ability, the striker completed his hat-trick against the Saints by dribbling around keeper Eric Martin, stopping the ball on the line and kneeling to head it over!