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  1. 25 de may. de 2023 · Alfred Ernest Ramsey(Dagenham, 22 de enerode 1920— Ipswich, 28 de abrilde 1999), más conocido como Alf Ramsey, fue un futbolistay entrenador británico, que dirigió a la selección de fútbol de Inglaterraentre 1963 y 1974. En su etapa como futbolista destacó en las filas del Southampton F. C.y del Tottenham Hotspur, con el que ...

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    Hace 1 día · 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. Hace 6 días · Alf Ramsey was in charge of Ipswich Town F.C. for nearly ten years, Ipswich are the only team to win the First Division title in their first season in the top flight the season after winning the second division. Ramsey then became manager of the England team. He was manager when England beat Germany 4–2 in the World Cup final at Wembley Stadium.

  4. 27 de may. de 2023 · The three points meant that Southgate has won more matches at major tournaments for the 'Three Lions' than any of his predecessors, including Sir Alf Ramsey who won eight. Another win in the group stage (vs Wales) and first knockout stage (vs Senegal) takes his standing tally to 11.

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    Sir Alfred Ernest Ramsey - Birmingham City, Ipswich Town, Tottenham Hotspur, Southampton FC / England. ... Alf Ramsey. Profile; Club matches; Internationals; Record/opponent; Record/referee; Slideshow of Alf Ramsey . Teams managed. 09/1977 - 03/1978 : Birmingham City: Manager: 07/1955 - 04/1963 :

  6. › wiki › Alf_RamsøyAlf Ramsøy - Wikipedia

    18 de may. de 2023 · Alf Ramsøy (13 September 1925 – 27 May 2014) was a Norwegian long-distance runner, cross-country skier, actor and farmer.. He was born in Todalen, Surnadal as a son of farmers Jon Ramsøy and Ingrid Ramsøy, née Halle. As an active runner, his personal best times were 8:37.8 minutes in the 3000 metres (1955), 14:51.2 minutes in the 5000 metres (1958) and 30:46.8 minutes in the 10,000 ...

  7. Hace 4 días · With Charlton approaching his 30th birthday, he was called up by Alf Ramsey to play for England against Scotland at Wembley on 10 April 1965. The game ended 2–2 despite England being forced to end the game with nine men after picking up two injuries; he assisted his brother Bobby for England's first goal. [61]

  8. Hace 1 día · Alf Ramsey uznał, że należy zaufać tym, którzy się sprawdzili, i do Meksyku zabrał kadrę niemal identyczną jak na Mistrzostwa Świata 1966 i Europy 1968. Anglicy trafili na turnieju do Grupy C, razem z Rumunią, Czechosłowacją i Brazylią.

  9. 30 de may. de 2023 · Alf Ramsey, a former Tottenham Hotspur player known in his playing days as "the general", was appointed manager of England in 1962, possibly because of his record in taking an unfashionable club from the Second Division to the First Division championship in successive seasons.

  10. 28 de may. de 2023 · Which team did the England manager Alf Ramsey describe as 'animals'? Answer: Argentina Argentina met England in an ill-tempered quarterfinal which saw the South American's Antonio Rattin sent off.

  11. 31 de may. de 2023 · Typically, it's the last player to be numbered, naturally a left-winger; when Alf Ramsey first named his wingless wonders and put the No.21, Roger Hunt, up front, it caused confusion and ...

  12. 28 de may. de 2023 · Under the managership of Alf Ramsey, they were league champions in the early 1960s in their first season as a top-flight team. Answer: Ipswich Town. Ipswich Town were formed in 1878, and played in local leagues until being elected to the Football League in 1938.

  13. 27 de may. de 2023 · Sheffield Wednesday players Peter Swan, Tony Kay and David ‘ Bronco’ Layne each bet £50 on their team to lose at Alf Ramsey’s Ipswich Town in December 1962 at odds of 2-1. each man played in the match and although they claimed to have tried their hardest and Kay was judged the game’s outstanding player, Wednesday lost 2-0 and the three men made a £100 profit.