Football Legends | The players who built British football
Jimmy Armfield - former England captain and Blackpool stalwart - speaks to some of the heroes of the British game about life before, during and after football in this series of radio interviews.
From the days when a professional's wage was capped at £20 a week and football was an escape route from the pit or the factory, to the unheard of glamour of a continental club contract and the start of the cult status attending the modern game, we hear from some of those who made the journey to legendary status.
One of England's greatest players on his regrets at retiring at 50.
The record-breaking 'Lion of Vienna', who could 'run, shoot and head'.
'Last Minute Reilly' - Scotland's greatest striker.
England's 1966 hero recalls the match that changed his life.
Top goalkeeper Pat Jennings remembers his long career.
Player, manager and one of the 'Busby Babes'.
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