Tag Archives: May 5 1973

The Leeds United Who are You?: ‘top six for us and SAFC’

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You’ll need to scroll down now if you want to know Kevin Ayscough‘s* link to Salut! Sunderland and why he thinks a certain Sunderland fan ought really be supporting Leeds. Kevin is a down-to-earth United supporter who sees no point in harking back to his club’s glory days, though he says he still cannot work […]

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Sunderland vs Leeds: 41 years have flown by

From the wall of my bunker in France

As the FA Cup 3rd round looms, and just for the memories, here are some jottings that have cropped up here in the eight years since Salut! Sunderland was created … Forty-one years on from our great triumph at Wembley, 77 years after we had last done it and a shorter time, though still too […]

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The FA Cup Who are You?: (2) ‘proud of that dirty Leeds tag’

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Julian Young is a good friend. The cross he bears is that of being a Leeds United supporter. Not surprisingly, as his club went into steep decline, he put some distance between him and them. For some years, he has been in Paris. It works; as M Salut remembers from his own time there, it […]

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SAFC vs Leeds United Guess the Score: 1973 revisited, a few rounds early

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No one correctly guessed 3-2 as the score from the Etihad so the latest edition of Guess the Score is a rollover, with two mugs as the prize. READ ON … Over the years, and perhaps with relatively little else to shout about, Salut! Sunderland has published plenty about the great day in history – […]

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FA Cup ‘Who are You?’: (1) part of Sunderland Family, supporting Leeds

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For the first of two Sunderland vs Leeds United ‘Who are You?’ interviews,, we turn to Susan Gutteridge*, who has always been Salut! Sunderland’s link to the SAFC Ladies Team, for which she is official (voluntary) photographer and the mother of team member Natalie. She happens to support Leeds, despite being a County Durham girl […]

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Sunderland’s 1973 victory parade: mistaking Sobs’s trainer for Porterfield’s golden boot

From the wall of my bunker in France

See all Salut! Sunderland’s articles recalling May 5 1973 and the run that took SAFC to FA Cup glory: https://salutsunderland.com/category/fa-cup/may-5-1973/ Bill Taylor could not make the final and watched it instead at his parents’ home in Bishop Auckland. His dad had been at Wembley for the previous Sunderland FA Cup-winning final, against Preston North End […]

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Sunderland, Leeds and Wembley 1973: a Frenchman in search of the Roker Roar

The latest edition of French Fancies is special and timely, a must for any Sunderland supporter who happens to be studying – or knows a little of – the language of Molière. Entrez, s’il vous plaît, our new friend Kevin Quigagne, who is French but has been in England for 21 years, lives in the […]

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Sunderland and Wembley 1973: not just about us. Leeds fans remember

From an old birthday card sent to Monsieur Salut

The Leeds fan, “yorxman”, who posted his silly Yah Boo comment to one of our FA Cup Final 40th anniversary pieces, did at least have a point in implying we were sad to have to go back so long for anything to celebrate. Members of the London and SE branch of the Sunderland AFC Supporters’ […]

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Sixer’s Sevens: FA Cup Final 1973 (8): SAFC 1 Leeds United 0 turns world upside down

Each matchday, Pete Sixsmith – or a supersub in his absence – summarises the outcome and/or performance with a seven-word verdict, invariably followed by his considered Soapboax report. Today, May 5, though not literally, he’s been up to London to see the … Team of All The Talents, Bob Stokoe’s valiant men in red and […]

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Sunderland, Leeds and Wembley 1973 (9): Sixer’s Soapbox on a day of glory

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Pete Sixsmith***** was there. Monsieur Salut was not, having been repeatedly promised a ticket by a drunken colleague whose work gave him close contact with Wembley. The promises continued right up to May 4 but the ticket did not materialise.. A fabulous day all the same, even if you had to watch it in an […]

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The end of an era. Salut! Sunderland’s journey will soon be over

Jake: 'this is the place where you find true support, unconditional commitment'

AS MANY READERS KNOW, WE CANNOT CURRENTLY PUBLISH COMMENTS. IF YOU WISH TO OFFER YOUR VIEWS ON WHAT APPEARS BELOW […]

Salut! Sunderland’s 13 years, SAFC’s 13 managers. A Sixer series: (2) the Sbragia interlude

Jake: 'we have some good time'

Monsieur Salut writes: no fairy godmother has appeared – though one did briefly hover – and the site is still […]

Salut! Sunderland’s 13 years, SAFC’s 13 managers. A Sixer series: (1) Roy Keane

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Elections are a time for presenting old policies as new, re-announcing expenditure plans as if part of a bold, vote-winning […]

Sixer’s Gillingham Sevens – Jozy’s looking good right now

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John McCormick writes: Although comments are still not being processed, which must put a dampener on participation, Wrinkly Pete did […]

Salut! Sunderland’s 13 years and Sunderland’s 13 managers: (1) Keano

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As Salut! Sunderland winds down, Pete Sixsmith comes up with an idea to keep us occupied in our remaining weeks. […]

Wycombe, Oxford, Coventry and Fleetwood intrude. But what about Peterborough, Rotherham, Doncaster and Portsmouth?

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Another international weekend with Sunderland players called up. You might wonder how, given that we’re a League One club and […]

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