The first look back at times gone by....
Check out the dodgy haircuts from the
1976 cup winning team.
|Hugh Fisher : Scottish
star who has been a magnificent servant to Southampton since his 30000 transfer
from Blackpool in March 1967. Despite breaking a leg in October 1971, he
has played nearly 300 League games for the club. Was substitute in the semi-final.
|Mick Channon : At 27 takes
a testimonial with 'Saints' this year after ten seasons at The Dell. Capped
31 times by England(11 goals), he supplies style and elegant front running.
Tops the club's scoring list for the fifth successive season. Is approaching
a career total of 150 League goals, and has scored five on the way to Wembley.
Born Orcheston, Wiltshire.
|Peter Osgood : Was
brought into big football by Tommy Docherty at Chelsea, for whom he scored
103 League goals. Scored in every round of their 1970 F.A. Cup triumph (but
not at Wembley) and a year later earned a Cup-Winners' Cup medal. Cost Southampton
their record fee, 275000, in March 1974. Four England caps. Age 29. Born
|Jim McCalliog : Another
'Saint' pre-associated with Manchester United manager Tommy Docherty, who
introduced him with Chelsea, transferred him to Sheffield Wednesday, signed
him for United from Wolves and sold him to Southampton for 40000 in February
1975. Now 29, he scored in the opening minutes of the 1966 Final for Wednesday
v. Everton but finished on the losing side. Five caps for Scotland. Born
||Bobby Stokes : Former
England youth international now in his eighth season as a Southampton professional.
Plays in midfield or as a striker. Scored twice when making his League debut
against Burnley at Easter, 1969 and has played more than 200 first team matches.
|Paul Gilchrist : His
curving 25-yard shot launched the semi-final victory against Crystal Palace-high
spot of a career that began with Charlton Athletic. Freed by them, he went
briefly to Fulham, then showed form as a striker with Doncaster Rovers, from
whom Southampton signed him for 30000 in March 1972. Aged 25. Born Dartford