24th May – Today In Our Footballing History

24/05/1983 Glasgow Scotland 0-0

Pat Jennings, Jimmy Nicholl, Mal Donaghy, John O’Neill (Chris Nicholl), John McClelland, Ian Stewart, Gerry Mullan, Martin O’Neill, Billy Hamilton (Noel Brotherston), Gerry Armstrong, Sammy McIlroy

Northern Ireland had exceeded all expectations in the World Cup, beating the hosts and reaching the 2nd stage, they also went on to beat West Germany in a Euro’s qualifier in November and held both England and Scotland to goalless draws in this year’s Home Internationals but let themselves down in the final match at home to Wales.

Northern Ireland manager Billy Bingham believes the Home Internationals should be played at a different time of the season.

Bingham believes that players & supporters treat the Home Internationals as a “nothing tournament” when it is held at the end of the season.

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