Celebrating three decades of sensational English football. It's been 40 years since the first ever 'Match of the Day' heralded a golden era of English football. The days when England World Cup winners - Moore, Peters, Hurst, Charlton and Ball - rejuvenated domestic football; when defenders like Norman Hunter took chunks out of opponents' legs - and got away with it; when the legends like Best, Bowles, Law, Dalgleish and Hoddle strutted their stuff and when managers like Clough and Shankly talked the talk - and walked the walk. Remember just how good the 70s Liverpool machine was in full flow? How Don Revie's Leeds side always seemed to fail at the last hurdle and how Manchester United rose from the dark days of relegation? And, back then, FA Cup giant-killing really meant something. Hereford's defeat of Newcastle was celebrated by a pitch invasion of hundreds of parka-clad teenagers, Sunderland's miraculous final victory over Leeds shocked the world and nobody gave the Sunday League style of Wimbledon any chance against the mighty Liverpool. These, and the other marvellous memories of football from the 60s, 70 and 80s captured by the Match of the Day cameras, are the great matches of your youth, the players your dad still talks about and the stories that help make football the beautiful game.