Tuesday, June 07, 2016

"... 'cause I remember ..."

Not all England team-members came away empty-handed when (wait for it) football (almost) came home at Euro 96.
Twenty years ago this month, and some 16 years before London 2012’s 70,000 selfless and tireless ‘Games Makers’ became the world’s most acclaimed ‘under-rated heroes’, a volunteer army ten times as small played their part in another summer of now-nostalgia-drowned sporting glory.
Or, of course, and indeed agonisingly, near-glory.