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1)* European Cup Winners' Cup
3) www.treetonweb.co.uk list Gordon's junior teams as, Sheffield Boys, Millspaugh, and Rawmarsh Welfare Club,
4) Also played for Fort Lauderdale Strikers in the North American Soccer League 1977-78
5) Gordon did not make any substitute appearances, or score any goals for the treams in the above table.
Gordon Banks - at England
Gordon Banks - in his famous yellow England jersey.
Further links on this site ...
See where Gordon came in the vote by readers of Shoot! magazine's of the top 100 players of the past thirty years.
See Gordon in the photo of the 1966 World Cup winning team.
See Gordon's Typhoo Tea Card.
Gordon sells his World Cup Winners Medal, see March 2001 News.
Gordon's famous save in Mexico 1970 was this site's readers most memorable moment of the tournament - see Quizlet 4
Gordon was this site's favourite England goalie, see Quizlet
Where are they now? UKTV
For further links try ...
Scouse, a Merseyside Stoke City fan offers a great biography and some facts and figures at Gordon Banks
A list of every England match can be found at Player Profile - Gordon Banks
A graphic display of the Mexico World Cup save, can be found at The Greatest Ever Save
The Association of Football Statisticians has a good picture and brief biography
Home town information is available at About Gordon Banks, OBE
There is a further profile at GORDON BANKS - International Football Hall of Fame
His NASL career can be traced at:
A poem about Gordon can be found at Football Poets - P Maguire
Birth and appearance information comes from the combined sources of:
'Banksy: My Autobiography' by Gordon Banks. London,
Penguin Books 2003. (Expanded paperback edition.) This
book individually lists every full competative game
Gordon played whilst an English League professional.
and 2) "The PFA Premier and Football League Players' Records 1946-1998"
Edited and compiled by Barry J. Hugman.
Lennard Queen Anne Press, 1998.
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