January 6, 1968:
This unusual image of Manchester United and England player Bobby Charlton appears to have been taken through the legs of a West Ham player during a match at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils won with First Division encounter with goals from midfielder Charlton, George Best and John Aston. Trevor Brooking scored for the Hammers.
It was a bumper season for United under manager Matt Busby. They became the first English team to win the European Cup, beating Benfica 4-1 at Wembley.
January 15, 1980:
Wigan Athletic winger Tommy Gore is on top of the world – or at least a postbox – after scoring the winning goal against Chelsea in the FA Cup Third Round at Stamford Bridge.
The 1-0 victory was something of a giant-killing act for Wigan who were in the Third Division at the time while Chelsea were in the second.
Wigan made club history by reaching the Fourth Round where they met First Division Everton at Goodison Park. Unfortunately the Latics lost 3-0.
January 7, 1997:
Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane directs play in the 0-0 draw with Norwich at Old Trafford during the 1996-7 Premier League campaign.
Injuries and suspensions made it a difficult season for the Republic of Ireland international. A yellow card in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final against Borussia Dortmund ruled him of the return leg in Manchester.
United ended up losing both legs 1-0, but could take consolation from winning the Premier League title.