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Scorcher Issue 25 -27 June 1970

Scorcher Issue 25 -27 June 1970

Scorcher Issue 25 -27 June 1970

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Price: 9.95

Front Cover: Their Finest Hour: Aberdeen (beating Celtic in 1970 Cup final)
How I Began: Chris Cattlin Coventry
Floodlight On: World Cup Stars
Scorcher Team of the Week:St ursula's,Romford
Roll of Honour:Southampton 1966
Short Story:The Goal Thief.
The Champions :Everton league Champions 1966

Comic Strips:

Billy's Boots:Billy Dane wasn't any good at football until he discovered a pair of old football boots. The football boots had once belonged to "Dead Shot Keen, the old centre forward for England." Wearing the boots gave Billy the ability to play football like the old star.

· Royal's Rangers: the story of Caxford Rangers and their manager, Ben Royal.

· Sub.: a comedy story about a perpetual reserve and his efforts to get a game.

· Kangaroo Kid: Redstone Rovers' coach breaks down in the Australian Outback after a summer tour, and they discover a boy with amazing football abilities living wild.

· Bobby of the Blues: Bobby Booth plays for Everpool City, nicknamed "The Blues" because of their colours.

· Paxton's Powerhouse: Vince Paxton, the ruthless soccer dictator who vowed to build a team of world-beaters, using scientific methods.

· Byrd of Paradise Hill: Richard Byrd prefers to take up a teaching post at Paradise Hill Secondary Modern School, rather than the offer of a trial for Hampton Orient reserves.

· Lags Eleven: Willie Smith, known to his friends as "Brilliant Genius", was the greatest super-crook in Britain, having been the master-mind behind numerous bank-raids, jewel-robberies and wage-snatches. Unfortunately for him he'd been caught and was doing a ten-year stretch in Bankhurst Prison, where he decides to start a football team as part of a master plan to escape during the first away match.

Besides the comic strips there were other regular features:

· How I Began: each week the story of how a different top star got started in the game.
· Roll of Honour: a football team picture.
· Floodlight On: photographs and mini-biography of a different star each week.
· Big Match Preview: illustrated preview of a big match for the following weekend.
· Football Club Badges: "Start your collection today". Colour illustrations of club badges.
· Scorcher Team of the Week: a different schoolboy team featured each week has their team photograph published and wins a Scorcher football.
· Goal Post: Pete, "the office junior", answers readers' letters, and each one published wins £1 for the sender.
· Know-All: Know-All, "Soccer's Mister Big-Head", makes 10 statements about football and the reader has to spot where he goes wrong.
· Challenge Your Chum to quiz football: a quiz for readers to move a ball up and down the printed pitch into the goal by answering football questions.

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