Extractions: In 1953 Matthews had his finest hour during the Cup Final. At that time Stanley played with Blackpool against Bolton Wanderers. Blackpool stood twenty minutes away from defeat with 3-1. His dazzling footwork carved out a hat-trick for Mortensen and with only twenty seconds to go, Matthews went on to set up the winning goal for Bill Perry. This game will always be remembered as "The Matthews Final". The two-times European footballer of the year was capped 54 times for England and made more than 700 Football League appearances for Stoke City and Blackpool. He played his last game in 1965 at the record-breaking age of 50 years and was knighted the same year. Matthews was the first knighted football player ever.
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Extractions: Front Page World UK UK Politics ... Newyddion UK Contents: Northern Ireland Scotland Wales Thursday, 24 February, 2000, 18:41 GMT Sir Stanley Matthews, the first professional footballer to be knighted, has died in hospital at the age of 85. Sir Stanley was renowned for his sense of fair play - he was never once booked or sent off - and his remarkable dribbling skills.
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Extractions: Filed at: 05:04 PM The Football Writers' Association has dedicated the game's oldest award to the memory of the late Sir Stanley Matthews. From this season the Footballer of the Year trophy will be known as the Sir Stanley Matthews Trophy. Paul McCarthy, chairman of the FWA, said that Sir Stanley was the first winner of the prestigious award in 1948 and personified the spirit of the award in terms of dignity, excellence and example. The Association feels this is a fitting gesture to the great man's memory. E-mail this story to a friend
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Extractions: Coming in the Spring... Official Soccer Rankings voted by Premier Youth Regional Coaches. Any Premier youth soccer coaches interested in joining the voting pool, please email us for more details ... Webmaster@youthsocceryellowpages.com The Coaching Youth Soccer: A Baffled Parent's Guide Matthews, Sir Stanley C.B.E. Born: 1st February 1915, Position: Outside Right Died: 23rd February 2000 (Stoke City, Blackpool, Stoke City and England) Major Honours: Footballer of the Year 1948 and 1963, European Footballer of the Year 1956, International Fair Play Committee Award for Services to Sport 1987. Relevant Career Statistics: 664 league appearances, 84 England caps; 11 England goals Admitted to the Hall of Fame: March 2000 with 23% of the votes. Internet Links: There is no specific web site dedicated to Sir Stanley Matthews, but the links below do give further information on the "Wizard of the Dribble". International Hall of Fame A fitting write up for the 'Wizard of the Dribble'.
Extractions: Can't Beat that: Dominguez is WUSA player of week Kansas City joins the Army ... in MLS promotion Australia says it can host Women's World Cup Fire get '04 fourth-round pick for Moore ... More News The England legend epitomized a bygone age in the English game when style and humility went hand in hand. Still playing top-class soccer three months after he turned 50, Matthews possessed an extraordinary ability to dribble past his opponents, leaving defenses in disarray.
Extractions: Have your say Sir Stanley Matthews - the first professional footballer to be knighted - was the most renowned player of modern times. His professional career covered some 33 years. When he retired in 1965 -aged 50 - he had made nearly 700 League appearances for Stoke City and Blackpool and had played for England 84 times, including two appearances for Great Britain.
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Extractions: Mourning Matthews Click here for more on this story Posted: Friday March 03, 2000 10:10 PM AP STOKE-ON-TRENT, England (AP) At least 100,000 fans and mourners lined the streets Friday as English soccer paid its final tribute to Sir Stanley Matthews, the game's first real superstar, who died last week at age 85. Bobby Charlton, Gordon Banks, Tom Finney and other former greats joined relatives and fans for a moving funeral service at a packed church in Matthews' home city of Stoke-on-Trent. Some 5,000 fans went to Stoke City's Britannia Stadium to see the funeral cortege drive around the edge of the field. The coffin was draped with flowers arranged in the shape of Matthews' No. 7 shirt in the Stoke City team colors of red and white. Matthews, who was still playing top flight soccer at age 50, was the first soccer player to be knighted shortly after his retirement in 1965.
Extractions: Genius and gentleman Click here for more on this story Posted: Sunday February 27, 2000 03:01 PM A former teammate referred to Sir Stanley Matthews as "probably the first real soccer superstar." AP By Phil Jones, CNNSI.com ATLANTA Tributes have been pouring in for Sir Stanley Matthews, who died on Wednesday at the age of 85. Others have matched and in some cases even surpassed his celebrity down the decades. But no player in England has ever been held in such high regard as both a genius with a ball at his feet and a gentleman with the public at large. Only when the television cameras rolled were world football superstars created. Images of Brazilian great Pele flashed around the globe, and, later, dazzling Dutchman Johan Cruyff and Argentine maestro Diego Maradona household names one and all. But long before they were beamed in living color to every corner of the Earth, it was a black and white case that Stan was the man. Stanley Matthews, a gifted played dubbed the "Wizard of the Dribble," the pre-TV soccer icon.
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Extractions: Sir Stanley Matthew's, is one of the world's most famous football players, who enjoys the admiration and respect of almost all of the players in today's game. many of whom started their own career to follow in the footsteps of the legend, Sir Stanley Matthew's. This double cassette gives this genius of football an opportunity to talk about his long and illustrious career that covers, his tough apprentice at Stoke, his England career, his controversial move to Blackpool, the 'Matthew's Final', his return to Stoke and Sir Stanley's farewell match at Stoke at the age of 50. He also finds time to talk about his unhappy management career at Port Vale, aspects of the modern game and his experience of coaching all over the world including being crowned 'king of soccer' in Ghana. Sir Stanley's profile has been raised still further after recently opening the Euro '96 Championships and therefore introducing him to a new generation of football fans. Total Football will feature the recording of the session in their August edition. Coverage is expected in Goal, 90 Minutes, Four Four Two, Shoot, Match and the Sun. UK 6.95
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