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FA Cup 1977 1978 Ipswich Town Arsenal

Final 6 May 1978 Wembley London Attendance: 100,000 Referee: Derek Nippard Arsenal, though strong favourites, soon began to lose their grip on the game after a promising start had seen them gain two corners in the first two minutes. Some of Ipswich's combined movements were a delight to watch, as they gradually overran Arsenal's midfield.Poor Liam Brady, obviously not fully fit, could do nothing right and was substituted after 66 minutes. In spite of their ever‑increasing superiority, the…

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Mick Mills Stock Photos and Pictures |

Mick Mills of Ipswich Town leads out his team before the UEFA Cup final against AZ 67 Alkmaar at the Olympic Stadium in Amsterdam, Holland. \ Mandatory Credit: Allsport UK /Allsport

Days Gone By - compare Ipswich scenes then and now | Ipswich Star

From the Dock, now known as The Waterfront, to the streets in and around the town centre, we see many changes in Ipswich town centre.

July 1981. Ipswich Town Dutch midfield duo Frans Thijsen and Arnold Muhren holding the UEFA Cup which was won the previous campaign.

July 1981. Ipswich Town Dutch midfield duo Frans Thijsen and Arnold Muhren holding the UEFA Cup which was won the previous campaign.

IPSWICH Town Center , Hasn't changed too much over the years but no cars or buses have come through here for many years.

IPSWICH Town Center , Hasn't changed too much over the years but no cars or buses have come through here for many years.

Falmouth Town Centre: Cornwall -

Falmouth town centre is deceivingly large and winding, with plenty places to get something to eat. The harbour is very picturesque, and there are some quirky shops with funny titles. It was a pleasure visiting Falmouth for two nights. SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave