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Shirts Of '66 Series 1 (6 Episodes)
July 2006

UKTV, has just completed a six part series where Ricky Tomlinson (aka Jim Royle and Mike Bassett) looks for the whereabouts of the shirts that the 1966 team wore in the World Cup final. All 10 living players are individually interviewed,and most of the shirts are located.

The programme also reviews the '66 competition with the players, which is worthy of watching aside from the diversion of looking for the shirts, but actually the shirt hunt does throw up some great stories that I've never heard before in relation to the team.

The personal highlight for me was the interview with '66 squad player, and non-finalist, Ian Callaghan (Liverpool), who said it was him who had Nobby Stiles (Man U) teeth in his pocket and couldn't get to him before the celebrations began. He would have made history so much duller if he had!

Sir Bobby Charlton sounded almost upset that his shirt had been thrown away by Uwe Seeler (Hamburger SV) at the end of his career. Made all the more upsetting by the fact that he had looked after Uwe's so carefully!

The programme seemed to be responsible for turning up George Cohen's shirt, which was a bit moth-eaten and had been in a box in Lothar Emmerich's loft. Lother died in 2003, so his son showed the shirt as if he were showing us one of his Dad's old bottle top collection. He looked shocked when he found out how much it is worth and the next time we see it is in the Christies showroom!

The programme also showcased Stan Boardman's xenophobic/humourously ironic (depending on your perspective) World Cup single, in which he sings the line 'Aye,aye yippy, da Jeer-mans bombed our chippy' to the tune of She'll be Coming Around the Mountains. I noticed Stan was one of the programme's exectutive producers, but more impressively than any of this, Stan owns a World Cup shirt itself. It was one of Alan Ball's white ones, and thus wasn't worn in the final.

He had been given to him by Alan Ball Senior (Preston North End manager) - who was also responsible for Alan Ball himself losing Nobby Stiles shirt (Alan and Nobby having swapped with each other on the day). He'd lent it to a local TV hire shop in exchange for a colour telly, but never claimed it back!

It is not the first time the heroes of 1966 have been reunited.

But this time there were a few extra reasons for nostalgia.

Eight surviving members of the England World Cup winning squad met up at the Hendon Hall Hotel near Wembley, the same one they used during the tournament 40 years ago.

The last time they were there together was the night before the biggest game in their careers.

This time they spent a more relaxed evening catching up over a few drinks and debating the merits of the current England squad.

They were brought together to promote a television show which features comedian Ricky Tomlinson embarking on a mission to track down the iconic shirts worn on that famous day.

He manages to trace most of them and the players are brought up to date with their whereabouts.

Missing from the line-up were Sir Bobby Charlton and Ray Wilson, who had prior engagements. And as the players posed in the shadow of the new Wembley Stadium, a vacant seat was adorned with the number 6 shirt as a tribute to Bobby Moore, who died in 1993.

Right back George Cohen was one of the lucky few reunited with his shirt. "It was very emotional," he said. "I hadn't seen it since the end of the game when I swapped it with a German player who has since died but passed it on to his son."

The Shirts of 66 starts on June 4 on UKTV Gold. Here is a brief rundown of the players and their lives after football.

4 Nobby Stiles

Aged 64, Manchester United midfielder. After retiring, made a living as an after-dinner speaker. Lives with wife Kay and has three sons and six grandchildren.

21 Roger Hunt

Aged 67, Liverpool forward. Retired from the family haulage company which he joined when he gave up football. Separated from his wife, lives with partner Rowan in Warrington.

1 Gordon Banks

Aged 68, Leicester city goalkeeper. Retired from football in 1972 after car crash in which he lost the sight in his right eye. Sold World Cup medal in 2001 for £124,750. Lives with wife Ursula in detached house near Crewe.

5 Jack Charlton

Aged 70, Leeds United centre half. Regarded as a saint in Ireland after leading the Republic as manager to the quarter-finals of the 1990 World Cup. Supplements pension with broadcasting, celebrity appearances and speaking engagements.

2 George Cohen

Aged 66, Fulham right back. Became a property developer and won a 14-year battle against cancer. Sold World Cup medal to his former club for around £80,000 to help fund a pension plan

16 Martin Peters

Aged 62, West Ham midfielder. Teamed up with Geoff Hurst to run a car insurance business. Lives with his wife Cathy in Brentwood, Essex. They have two children, Lee-Ann, 40, and Grant, 36.

10 Geoff Hurst

Aged 64, West Ham centre forward. As explained, went into business with Peters. Currently Director of Football for McDonald's and has written a book called World Champions. He was knighted in 1998.

6 Bobby Moore

West Ham defender. Died from cancer in 1993 at 51 leaving second wife Susan, known as Stephanie, and two children from his first marriage. His medals were bought at auction for £1.25million by his beloved club, West Ham.

Moore is regarded as one England's finest ever footballers - Pele called him the greatest defender he had ever played against.

7 Alan Ball

Aged 60, Blackpool midfielder. Went on to manage Portsmouth but was sacked. Wife Lesley died in 2004 after fighting cancer. Sold World Cup medal last year for £165,000 and planned to split the proceeds between children Mandy, 38, Keeley, 34, and Jimmy, 30.

Bobby Charlton

Aged 69, Manchester United midfielder. Has become one of football's foremost ambassadors and is a director of Manchester United. Lives in Knutsford, Cheshire, with wife Norma. They have two daughters, Andrea and Suzanne

Ray Wilson

Aged 71, Everton left back. After giving up football, joined his father-in-law's funeral business as an undertaker before moving to a small farm in Yorkshire.

S01_E01/6 Football fanatic Ricky Tomlinson on his quest to find the famous shirts worn by captain Bobby Moore and his team during the final of the World Cup at Wembley in 1966.

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S01_E02/6 Following football fanatic Ricky Tomlinson as he continues his quest to find the shirts worn by captain Bobby Moore and his team on that famous afternoon at Wembley in 1966.

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S01_E03/6 Ricky Tomlinson reveals how many shirts he has found so far. His task is complicated when he realises that players like Bobby Charlton swapped shirts with their German counterparts.

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S01_E04/6 The search for the football shirts worn by the England team in 1966 continues as Ricky Tomlinson delves into the soccer history of that year.

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S01_E05/6 Ricky Tomlinson investigates the most famous change of kit in England's history - from white to red - and with the photo reunion fast approaching, Ricky is running out of time.

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S01_E06/6 Ricky has his work cut out trying to reunite the shirts with their original owners for the 40th anniversary reunion at the new Wembley Stadium.

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