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The 1980's FA Cup Finals Box Set (10 Disc DVD Boxset) £10.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco/RAC 5% @ Play

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Featuring all the FA Cup finals from the 1980's. West Ham United v Arsenal - 1980 FA Cup Final: Full match coverage as West Ham takes on London rivals Arsenal in the Wembley cup final of 1980. In t… Read More
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Featuring all the FA Cup finals from the 1980's.

West Ham United v Arsenal - 1980 FA Cup Final: Full match coverage as West Ham takes on London rivals Arsenal in the Wembley cup final of 1980. In the 99th FA Cup final, Terry Neill's Arsenal were making their record third succesive final appearence against second division underdogs, West Ham. With players like - Sir - Trevor Brooking and Frank Lampard Snr, the Gunners were never going to have it all their own way...

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City - 1981 FA Cup Final: Relive the classic FA Cup final of the 1980/81 season, including the replay where Ricky Villa scored one of the most memorable goals in FA Cup history.

Tottenham Hotspur v QPR - 1982 FA Cup Final: 100,000 people crammed into Wembley to witness the FA Cup Final Between Tottenham Hotspur and QPR. Defending champions Spurs were the favourites: with players such as Glenn Hoddle and Ray Clemence, they were a class outfit. This one was to go to a replay, with QPR battling all the way...

Manchester United v Brighton - 1983 FA Cup Final: In a relatively inglorious decade, 1983 stood out as a year that Manchester United could be proud. Brighton had just been relegated to the second division and were hoping to spring an upset. This tie went to a replay, where United turned on the style...

Everton v Watford - 1984 FA Cup Final: Quite simply an afternoon that any self-respecting Evertonian will never forget.... May the 19th 1984, was the day that Everton Football Club announced to the world 'We Are Back!'

Manchester United v Everton - 1985 FA Cup Final: With Everton's trophy cabinet bulging, they hoped to add the FA Cup to the Canon League trophy and the Cup-Winners cup already won. However, Man Utd had not read the same script, and repeated their treble-busting cup final performance of 1977, when they prevented Liverpool securing a treble.

Liverpool v Everton - 1986 FA Cup Final: Post-Heysel, Liverpool produced one of the greatest seasons in their history. Under the tutalage of Kop great, Kenny Daglish, Liverpool faced city rivals Everton: having just taken Everton's league crown, the whole of Merseyside was up for this one...

Coventry City v Tottenham Hotspur - 1987 FA Cup Final: George Curtis and John Sillett, guided Coventry to their finest hour in this thrilling 3-2 victory over Spurs. Certainly one of the greatest post-war finals ever played.

Wimbledon v Liverpool - 1988 FA Cup Final: Witness one of the greatest FA Cup victories of all-time, as 'The Crazy Gang' take on the Liverpool juggernaut.

Liverpool v Everton - 1989 FA Cup Final: Post-Hilsborough, Liverpool met Everton in the 1989 final. Memories of the terrible tragedy reverberated, but didn't stop this being one of the best FA Cup finals of the 80's.
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#1
r these the full 90 mins of each match?
[mod]#2
discodaddy
r these the full 90 mins of each match?


Plus injury time:thumbsup:
#3
Hot stuff. I've just ordered the 1970s one from Asda for £12.93
#4
According to Amazon - the 80s box set has a running time of 1315 minutes. So with 13 games that would be 101 minutes on each game. I think. . . . So i'd imagine it would be the full games.
#5
shame its upto 2 weeks for delivery
#6
I guess it's an age thing, but I'm sure the FA cup was a more worthwhile competition then. Some cracking games too. Good deal.
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NFS
shame its upto 2 weeks for delivery


It is is if you need it for a birthday present or something. I've ordered two. One for me, which I can watch whenever. Probably in the Summer when I'm feeling starved of footy. And the other (believe it or not) as a Xmas present for my brother in law. Been waiting for this to come down in price. And with the RAC code I got them both for £20.88 :thumbsup:
[mod]#8
Trickyjabs
I guess it's an age thing, but I'm sure the FA cup was a more worthwhile competition then. Some cracking games too. Good deal.


Especially City V Spurs. Shame the replay aint on their also. But, as a City fan I'm not sure I'll enjoy watching the replay; even though it wa/is a classic.
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andywedge
Especially City V Spurs. Shame the replay aint on their also. But, as a City fan I'm not sure I'll enjoy watching the replay; even though it wa/is a classic.


Oh, just read it.

It DOES include the replay:thumbsup::x:cry::-(:w00t:
#10
Does it include a lobotomy?
#11
These DVDs are just the game, shame they miss all the celevrations after each one etc. They normally sell for about £5 each so this is a pretty good price, especially as you can all watch the mighty Dons do one over on the culture club ;)
#12
Nice spot - ordered :)
#13
donttouchthehair
Hot stuff. I've just ordered the 1970s one from Asda for £12.93


The Hut has them for £12.43
#14
Excellent - ordered the 70s one as well from The Hut :)
#15
At Least Back In The 70's, Man U Could Play Football Without Cheating And Showing Off!, Unlike Today!
#16
Bought the 1970's and 1980's Cup finals box sets in 2007 for £3 more each. Have watched every one of the matches since then but it's the 1970's finals that I really enjoyed most even though my team Leeds Utd were in 3 of them but only won once. Great memories for those old enough to remember them like me and a chance to see some of the great players from another era in action.

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