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  1. Alfred Ernest Ramsey ( Dagenham, 22 de enero de 1920 — Ipswich, 28 de abril de 1999), más conocido como Alf Ramsey, fue un futbolista y entrenador británico, que dirigió a la selección de fútbol de Inglaterra entre 1963 y 1974. En su etapa como futbolista destacó en las filas del Southampton F. C. y del Tottenham Hotspur, con el que ...

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Alf_RamseyAlf Ramsey - Wikipedia

    Sir Alfred Ernest Ramsey (22 January 1920 – 28 April 1999) was an English football player and manager. As a player, he represented the England national team and captained the side, but he is best known for his time as England manager from 1963 to 1974, which included guiding them to victory in the 1966 FIFA World Cup.

  3. La mente maestra detrás de la victoria de Inglaterra en la Copa del Mundo de 1966, Ramsey cambió la percepción y la trayectoria del fútbol inglés. Este artículo sumerge al lector en el viaje de Ramsey, desde sus humildes comienzos hasta el pináculo del éxito futbolístico.

  4. 15 de jul. de 2022 · Alf Ramsey – still the only manager of any England side to lead the country to World Cup glory – is the complex central figure in Duncan Hamilton’s elegiac account of the shadow that fell ...

  5. Knighted in 1967, Sir Alf Ramsey passed away in 1999. He was an inaugural inductee to the National Football Museum Hall Of Fame in 2002. Clubs: Southampton, Tottenham (player) / Ipswich, England, Birmingham City (manager) Caps: 32 (3 goals)

  6. 1 de may. de 1999 · Everyone agreed. By Brian Glanville. Fri 30 Apr 1999 22.13 EDT. Sir Alf Ramsey, distinguished footballer and still more distinguished manager, who took England to their only World Cup final ...

  7. 28 de abr. de 2015 · Sir Alf Ramsey, England’s World Cup-winning manager, passed away on 28 April 1999 after suffering a heart attack in a Suffolk nursing home. He was 79 years old. Born in Dagenham, Essex, on 22 January 1920, he became a top-class player, serving Southampton and Spurs with distinction and was capped 32 times for England at right-back ...