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Homes of Football: “Bobby Moore recalled in snow” Carlisle United

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

In this regular blog photographer Stuart Roy Clarke will explain the thinking behind his best Homes of Football images, available to buy here…

“Bobby Moore recalled in snow” Carlisle United, 1993 (© Stuart Roy Clarke)

It’s February in England and everywhere English football is paying its respects to its greatest ever icon…the man who as captain lifted the World Cup in 1966.  The first member of the winning side to die, aged but 51.

Carlisle is the furthest outpost in England from Moore’s own upbringing in London.

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