We've all got one. A game changer. A match which means so much to you it stays with you for the rest of your life. For me, that was the 1966 FA Cup Final when I was aged just seven.
We'd just moved to a brand new housing estate in Huyton, near Liverpool, living just a few streets away from the legendary Peter Reid though I didn't know it then. The family were clustered around the black-and-white TV but after 57 minutes Everton went 2-0 down to Sheffield Wednesday so me and my 6-year-old brother decided to go and play football instead.
We'd only been outside a few minutes when our friend Chris shouted for us to come and watch the match as it was now 2-2 so we ran into his house as fast as we could. While they went into the kitchen where Chris's mum was making a cake for his birthday the next day, a long ball squirmed under Wednesday defender Gerry Young's foot leaving Derek Temple with a clear path to goal and only the 'keeper Peter Springett to beat.
As Temple advanced towards the penalty area, I shouted into the kitchen 'He's going to score' as he hit the ball as sweet as a nut into the far corner of the net! The memory of that moment still sends shivers down my spine over 50 years later. Football can do that.
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