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Banner Hammers Logo theyflysohigh MOORE Bobby Pele BM Cartoon 100 Caps Bobby Moore Statute BM England 01 MOORE cap 01 MOORE cap 02 BM England poster 1966 World Cup Programme

Internationals Bobby Moore ...

He debut was so impressive that he stayed in the team for the whole of England's participation in the World Cup, which ended in defeat by eventual winners Brazil in the quarter finals at Viña del Mar.

 

On 29 May 1963, 22-year-old Moore captained his country for the first time in just his 12th appearance after the retirement of Johnny Haynes and an injury to his successor, Jimmy Armfield. He was the youngest man ever to captain England at the highest level. England defeated Czechoslovakia 4–2 in the game and Armfield returned to the role of captain afterwards, but new coach Alf Ramsey gave Moore the job permanently during a series of summer friendlies in 1964, organised because England had failed to reach the latter stages of the European Championships.

 

 

The World Cup

 

On the verge of his greatest triumph, details were released to the press in early 1966 that Moore wanted to leave West Ham. Moore had let his contract slip to termination, and only after the intervention of Sir Alf Ramsey and realisation he was technically ineligible to play, did he re-sign with West Ham to allow him to captain the England team of 1966. Ramsey had summoned West Ham manager Ron Greenwood to England's hotel and told the two of them to resolve their differences and get a contract signed up. Moore was the leader of the World Cup winning side and established himself as a world-class player and sporting icon.

441 MOORE Bobby - England

In 1960, Moore earned a call up to the England Under-23 squad. His form and impact on West Ham as a whole earned him a late call-up to the full England squad by Walter Winterbottom and the Football Association selection committee in 1962, when final preparations were being made for the summer's World Cup finals in Chile. Moore was uncapped as he flew to South America with the rest of the squad, but made his debut on 20 May 1962 in England's final pre-tournament friendly – a 4-0 win over Peru in Lima.

BOBBY MOORE - ENGLAND (108 caps)

25th INTERNATIONAL HAMMER (13th for England)

1966 World Cup Finals England

1970 World Cup Finals Mexico

1962 World Cup Finals Peru

1968 European Championshp Finals Italy

Kent Gavin The Daily Mirror

Bobby Moore with help from ninety nine young mates displays his England Football Caps

mexico70 WC Willie For the Record Internationals 1902 to 1961 Internationals 1963 to 1979