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winning the world's most difficult and arduous domestic competition . . . the
Football League Championship.
Tonight we take enormous pleasure in
welcoming the exciting and adventurous Since the early 603, we have had our
Forest side t o Boundary Park. .For my odd bursts of success and near glory in the
money they were, last season, the most F.A. Cup but fame and fortune in the
exciting and progressive side in the country. League Cup has avoided us.
Manager Brian Clough has assembled a However, all runs of this sort must come
.
side rich in style and flair. . a side that to an end sometime, and i t could certainly
has brought back the word entertainment end for us this year despite the pedigree of
t o the game of football. our opponents in tonight's match.
We welcome Brian, one of the game's At the time of going t o press with
most colourful and controversial characters, tonight's programme, two big stories were
along with his team and the Forest officials hogging the sporting headlines.
and supporters. First was my own decision on not t o
I am sure they will not have travelled leave Boundary Park for Third Division ,
north with any illusions. Playing Oldham Walsall and second was the club's
Athletic at Boundary Park is no easy task determined efforts t o bring in players t o
and we will be looking t o tonight's match to strengthen our first team squad.
provide us with a passport into the third On the Walsall business, I have already
round of the League Cup. said much of what needs to be said. My
Over the years the League Cup tourna- decision was taken after a lot of careful
ment has not been especially kind t o us. We thought about the prospects and potential
had a marathon tie with Brighton in the of the two clubs.
second round last year before going out, I must be honest and confess that I
undeservedly we all believed, t o Hull City. would have dearly missed Oldham and
And unfortunately, that third round Boundary Park if 1 had left here to go t o
defeat was very much a part of a League the Midlands. Over the years, I have built
Cup pattern for Oldham Athletic .. .a up many friendships with people at the
pattern not painted with the colours of club and in the town and Oldham Athletic
have been very good t o me.
For last year was our first ever venture We have a marvellous set up here and,
into the third round since the tournament although we have made tremendous strides
started way back in 1961! over the last 10 years, there is still a job t o
And really, when you consider the do. That job is to get Oldham Athletic into
progess the club has made since the early the First Division and I believe i t can
60's. our total failure t o make any impact definitely be done.
on the competition is baffling. Any manager must have First Division
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And it would be marvellous to fulfil my ' more difficult and it gets worse every year.
First Division ambitions while s t i l l a t There is a definite shortage of top class
Boundary Park. players, who are available at the moment
On the question of improving our first and there are few signs that the situation
team squad, I hope that moves in that will improve over the next few years.
direction will have been taken before Maybe that is why so many managers
tonight's match with Forest. these days seem to be casting their eyes
Many people seem to believe that signing overseas in search of new ability.
new players is just a matter of picking upa Our hope for the future remains in a
U: telephone and agreeing on a transfer fee highly successful youth policy and I am sure
11 with the other club involved. Nothing could
be further from the truth.
you will all agree that future hopes at
Boundary Park are bright indeed thanks to
In the nine years I have been manager our present crop of youngsters.

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1978 undoubtedly the most successful the First Division Managers award for the
season i n the club's history when they won "Player of the Year."
their first ever League Championship and Peter Withe ended the season with 19 .
manager, Brian Clough, became only the League and Cup goals as the club's leading
second manager in English football t o take scorer, and Frank Clark delighted everyone
a side t o the Championship i n its first season b y scohng his first ever League goal at
after gaining promotion from the Second Ipswich in 485 outings1
Division. The season was made even more PETER SH ILTON: Their record signing, .
memorable b y the winning of the Football this superb professional cost them more '
League Cup with a side weakened b y the than E% million when signed from Stoke
ineligibility o f several players who were City in September 1977.
"Cup-tied". Young England goalkeeper Peter was obviously a major factor in
Chris Woods received the Man of the Match their League championship triumph, and is
Award for the 0-0 draw at Wembley against regarded b y Messrs. Clough and Taylor as
Liverpool and then went on t o star again in the best 'keeper in the world. A n England
the replay a t Old Trafford when they International on 25 occasions, he conceded
eventually won 1 4 following a John just 18 goals in 37 League outings for them
Robertson penalty. This was the first time last season - a tremendous record.
a club has accomplished the feat o f winning His other former club is Leicester City
both the Championship and the League - his local team -and he succeeded the one
Cup' in one season. they also reached the and only Gordon Banks in their goal before
quarter finals o f the F.A. Cup. eventually following his mentor's footsteps
The Championship was won b y 7 clear t o Stoke City.
points, giving a total o f 64 points, and ARCHIE GEMMILL: Another vital
they scored 69 goals whilst conceding only
24, the latter equalling the record held b y
Liverpool. They were undefeated i n their
member o f the old Derby County side (he
woe t w o First Division titles with them)
Archle joined them shortly after the start o f
.'
last 26 games and lost only 3 throughout last term in a six-figure ftxchange deal
the season. Several players gained Inter- Involving their former keeper John
national honours. Peter Shilton and Tony Middieton.
One of the outstanding midfieldmen i n
Woodcock for England. Tony also gained Greet Britain, he is a tireless source of
Under 21 honours. Viv Anderson and David inspiration t o any team and has represented
Needham appeared in the England 'B' team Scotland i n more than 20 Internationals A
and Chris Woods and Steve Burke at Youth several as skipper.
team level. Three players were selected t o Although not a prolific marksman the '
play for Scotland in the World Cup, John wee Scot netted one o f the really out-
Robertson, Archie Gemmill and Kenny standing goals in the recent World Cup
Finals In Argentina.
Burns. Martin O'Neill yet again played for His other former clubs ere St. Mirren I
Northern Ireland. and Preston North End, and he's now
Nearly all the game's individual awards completed some 450 League appearances
were gained b y their players. Kenny Burns in his career.
won the Sportwriters "Footballer of the CHRlS WOODS: The currant England
Yeaf' and the Midland Sportwriters "Player Youth team goalkee~er. Chris boasts the
unique recordof having 'played at Wembley 1
of the Year" awards. Peter Shilton was
selected the P.F.A. "Player of the Year" and
-- and gained a League Cup winner's medal
despite not having appeared in a League
Tony Woodcock took the "Young Player o f fixture.
the Year" award from the same body. This peculiarity arose because he
After gaining a record number of four deputlsed for the cup-tied Peter Shilton, and
"Manager of the Month" awards from Bells it culminated in his superb displays against
Whisky, Brian Clough was finally selected Liverpool at Wembley and Old Trafford.
Born at Swineshead, near Boston, the I
"Manager o f the Year". John Robertson teenager joined their staff i n July, 1976
won the A.T.V. Star Soccer "Goal o f the
Season" award and Tony Woodcock won
efter having represented them In the Central
League whilst still at school.
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Eric Houghton, t h e former Aston C o L l N B A R R E T T : Mr. Clough signed
V i l l a and England winger, is Chris's great this Stockport-born player o n loan f r o m
uncle. Manchester C i t y i n March, 1 9 7 6 and
K E N N Y BURNS: Following what is n o w p r o m p t l y added h i m t o their staff, once this
regarded as his amazing transformation period was completed, for a fee i n t h e
( f r o m tearaway striker t o immaculate region of £30.000.
defender) Kenny w a s justifiably voted
"Footballer o f t h e Year" b y t h e country's
. Colin was basically regarded as a right-
back o r centre-half b u t lost his place i n t h e
Sportwriters. It was n o more than his side during their p r o m o t i o n campaign.
superbly consistent displays merited Following an i n j u r y t o Frank Clark early
following his transfer f r o m Birmingham last season t h e former Maine Road man
C i t y a year ago for a fee o f some £150.000 was drafted i n t o t h e side as an emergency
..
. which has since proved t o b e an absolute left-back .. . and proved t o b e an absolute
Inspired signing. revelation.
Kenny missed just one match last t e r m He soon made t h e position his own, b u t
- t h e final one a t Liverpool - end t h a t was unluckily missed appearing i n t h e League
t o collect t h e aforementioned majog award. Cup Final games w i t h Liverpool because o f
He's played f o r Scotland o n approximately a n ankle i n j u r y sustained a t Carrow Road
twelve occasions, although h e didn't reveal against N o r w i c h C i t y a few weeks earlier.
his outstanding club f o r m for t h e m i n t h e Colin had completed 5 3 League games
recent Argentina World Cup competition. f o r t h e m b y t h e end o f t h e 1977/78
A S t i l l i n his early 20's. this Ice cool campaign.
performer has figured i n 2 0 0 plus League T O N Y WOODCOCK: A local youngster
games. He netted 1 9 League goals i n his f r o m Eastwood w h o has been an automatic
final season a t St. Andrews when playing as selection over t h e pest 2 0 months although
a striker, h e has n o t y e t figured i n attack he missed six of their final seven games
for Forestl last term through injury.
D A V l D N E E D H A M : Following Lerry T o n y regained f u l l fitness i n t i m e t o
Lloyd's ankle i n j u r y i n t h e early stages of receive his England debut against Wales I n
last season, David was signed f r o m Queens t h e H o m e Championships, and had earlier
Park Rangers as his replacement f o r a six- netted five goals f o r t h e England Under-21
figure fee. He soon settled i n t o his stride side i n just t w o Internationals (against
and q u i c k l y began t o score those vital Finland and Italy).
goals f o r w h i c h he's noted. H e joined t h e m as an apprentice i n
He did, o f course, commence his career August, 1 9 7 2 and received his Second
w i t h their neighbours Notts. County and Division d e b u t some 2 0 months later.
proved himself t o b e a tower o f strength Unfortunately, his expected improvement
during their climb f r o m t h e lower reaches d i d n o t continue and h e spent loan periods
o f Division F o u r t o contenders f o r a First w i t h b o t h L i n c o l n C i t y and Doncaster
Division berth. Rovers.
His ten-year association w i t h the When he returned f r o m t h e latter club
"Magpies" ended over a year ego when h e (October, 1976) he was immediately
joined Rangers, b u t his stay e t Loftus Road recalled t o their senior teem and his career
was n o t a particularly happy one and h e since t h e n has been a veritable fairy tale.
was delighted e t t h e o p p o r t u n i t y t o join Tony, w h o possesses tremendous pace
Forest. and skill, was elected "Young Player o f t h e
Devid f i r m l y established himself i n t h e Year" b y t h e Professional Footballers'
England B side last term. Association and grabbed 1 8 League and Cup
I A N BOWYER: "Bomber" burst u p o n goals f o r Forest last season.
t h e English football game as a goalscoring J O H N McGOVERN: A t r u e professional,
teenager (twelve goals i n 3 3 outings) w i t h whose talents are n o t always recognised b y
Manchester C i t y i n t h e 1969/70 campaign. supporters. Montrose-born John appeared i n
U p o n losing his first team position h e was all Four divisions o f t h e Football League
transferred t o Orient end p r o m p t l y finished
' as their leading marksman i n his first season
b y t h e t i m e h e was 2 0 years o f age. He's
since played under t h e jurisdiction o f Brian
a t Brisbane Road. Clough a t f o u r different clubs. end
Their former manager Dave Mackay completed almost 4 0 0 League games.
signed h i m f r o m the L o n d o n c l u b i n He was t h e manager's first major signing
October, 1 9 7 3 i n a deal t h a t has since f o r t h e m (along w i t h John O'Hare) i n
proved t o b e a real bargain f o r them. February, 1 9 7 5 w h e n t h e pair were bought
len, a vital member of their squad, is f r o m Leeds United i n a bargain package
n o w regarded as a midfieldman ... but that deal.
d i d n o t prevent h i m appearing a t right- T h e skipper of their side, John missed
back lest t e r m i n a couple of games. m u c h o f t h e latter part of last season
He was their j o i n t leading scorer along because o f a niggling groin injury.
w i t h Peter Withe - during their triumphant He's now won a First Division
League Cup r u n w h e n netting six goals. Championship medal w i t h t w o different
clubs, and has been used, w i t h great effect, A n extremely talented right-back h e has
i n a central defensive position i n their Improved rapidly and his exciting attacking
colours. Considering he's regarded as a play, allied t o his sound defensive work, has
midfialdman, and began his career as a been rewarded w i t h selection f o r t h e
winger, it illustrates his importance t o t h e England Under-21 and B sides.
side. V i v missed o n l y five League matches last
L A R R Y LLOYD: He started t h e last term - t h r o u g h suspension and i n j u r y -
and netted a pair o f blistering goals against
campaign i n superb f o r m b u t unfortunately
b r o k e a bone i n his f o o t against Coventry Middlesbrough which manager Brian Clough
C i t y before Christmas, and it resulted i n described as t h e *'two best goals I've ever
David Needham being b o u g h t f r o m Queens Seen scored b y one player i n a match".
Park Rangers as his replacement. M A R T I N O ' N E I L L : Martin joined their
When Larry was subsequently recalled C i t y Ground staff i n October. 1971 f r o m
t o t h e side d u r i n g their successful League Irish 'lubDistillery'
r u n (Needham was cup-tied i n this H e is approaching his 2 0 0 t h League
competition) his displays were so impressive
t h a t he once again ended t h e season as first
outing i n Forest colours
anyone else o n t h e staff -
-more than
b u t has o n l y f u l l y
choice centre-half. established himself i n t h e past t w o years.
He's w o n m o r e than 2 0 International Caps
A n England International, Larry began for Northern Ireland.
his career w i t h Bristol Rovers (his h o m e JOHN ROBERTSON: A former Scottish
t o w n club) w h o eventually transferred h i m and Youth Cap' he joined
t o Liverpool i n 1969. Followinglost a bad
his ~ o r e s tas an apprentice, after playing for
injury the massive local c l u b Drumchapel, i n March. 1969.
automatic Place in the Anfielders side and Along w i t h Martin O'Neill he's figured i n
was transferred to Coventry City for a m o r e League games f o r t h e m (almost 200)
approaching f X million. t h a n any other current first team member.
H a never d i d himself justice at Highfield John was always considered an o u t -
. Road, however, and joined Forest staff i n standing prospect b u t has really come t o t h e
November, 1 9 7 6 after enjoying a successful fore over t h e past three years.
loan period w i t h them. His total League "Robbo" has missed just one League
appearances have n o w passed t h e 3 0 0 mark. game i n t h e past t w o years and gained his
first International Cap f o r Scotland i n t h e
V I V A N D E R S O N : A Young Nottingham recent H o m e Championship tournament.
b o r n player w h o has been a member o f their JOHN O'HARE: A Scottish Inter-
playing staff since his apprentice days in national on 13. occasions he began his
1972. career w i t h S u w e r l a n d ( 1 4 goals i n 5 7
"Spider", as hels f o n d l y k n o w n at t h e outings) before 'Brian Clough signed h i m
C i t y Ground, received his Second Division for Derby County i n 1967.
d e b u t against Sheffield Wednesday i n One of t h e most skilful centre-forwards
September, 1974, shortly after signing t o have appeared i n t h e Football League
professional forms. He d i d n o t f u l l y i n recent years.
establish hlmself i n t h e side u n t i l their
p r o m o t i o n w i n n i n g season o f 1976/77, b u t "Solly" has netted 9 4 League goals i n
has n o w appeared i n more t h e n 1 0 0 League 3 8 2 L e a g appearances
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Mar. 17-MILLWALL (LCF) H
24-BRISTOL ROVERS . . . A
.... Aug. 19-STOCKPORT C. 'A' ... H Aug. 19-Liverpool ' B" (SC) ..... H

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Mar.
31-NEWCASTLE U. (SF) .. H
Aug. 26-CREWE ALEX. 'A' .... H 26-Manchester U "B" (SC) H
Mar. Sept. 2-MACCLESFI ELD T. . . . A Sept. 2-Rochdale "A" (SC) ....A
7-WREXHAM .......... 'A
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" April
April 13--BLACKBURN R. ...... H
Sept. 9-CARLISLE U. ........ H 9--Blackburn R "B" (SC) H
Sept. 16-BRADFORD C.. . . . . . . A 16-Manchester U "B" (SC) A
Sept. 9-BRIGHTON .......... A April 14-NOTTS. COUNTY. .... A Sept. 23-ROCHDALE ......... H 23-Rochdale "A" (SCJ ....H
Sept. 16-PRESTON N.E. ....... H April 16-LEICESTER CITY H .... Sept. 30-CMESTE R 'A'........ A 30-Burnley "A" (SC)....,.... A .
Sept. 23-CRYSTAL PALACE . . . A 21-OR1 ENT ............ A
Sept. 30-FULHAM ........... H
April
April 28-CAMBRIDGE -U. ...... H Oct. 7-MACCLESFIELDT. ... H
Oct. - . 7-Tranmere R .'K' (SC) H
14-Preston N.E:"B" (SC) A
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Dec. 9-CAMBRIDGE U. . . . . A 1979
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1071 r8f8rod thr ID77 Ghsrlty Shield at
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In 1 d ?@r*#ll Lugua Cup semi-final
ond luropun Oup quamr flnol.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
17-BOLTON W. 'B' . . . . . . . A
24-WIGAN ATH.
3-EVERTON 'A'.
........
.......
H
A
Mar.
24
3-Blackburn R "B" .......
10-Tranmere R "K' ....... H
A -

Jan. 20-PRESTON N.E. .... A m8rtbd man, h8 h81 two ohlldren, Mar. 10-PORT VALE ......... H 17-Liverpool "B!' .............
A -.
and 11 8 Hndmrrttr, M8 I# s qualified
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17-WREXHAM . . . . . . . . . . A
24-LEAGUE CUP SF 24
Jan. omoh md km m Intaraa! In, ooeching Mar.
Jan. 27-F.A. CUP 4 wh001@y~ 'tn dImlon, h@ Ilk. golf. Mar. 24-MANCHESTER C. 'A' .. H
31
April 7-Rochdale "A" .......,: ....
H
Feb. 3-CRYSTAL PALACE trnnh md wmn8rtla, Mar. 31-MORECAMBE.. . . . . . . A
10-FULHAM . . . . . . . . . . . A 13

I
Feb.
17-BURNLEY (5). ....... H
April 7-BOLTON W. 'B'. ...... H 14-Preston N.E. "6" .......
H
Feb.
24-WEST HAM .......... A
April 14-EVERTON 'A' ........ H 16-(Mon) Tranmere R "B" A
Feb.
Mar. 3-SHEFFIELD U. ....... H
., !' April 21-BLACKPOOL 'A' ..... H 21-Liverpool "B" .............
H
Mar. 10-SUNDERLAND (6) .... A April 28-MANCHESTER U. 'A' .. A 28-Rochdale "A" .............
A
May 5-MANCHESTERU.'A'.. H May &Everton "K' .............
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