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Default DERBY (N) - FAC Semi - 03/04/1976 - 2 Videos

03/04/1976 ? FA Cup Semi Final
Manchester United 2-0 Derby County


2 goals from Gordon Hill see United progress to the final in their first season back in the top flight. (8:03 min clip)
A shorter clip of the same match is in the second post of this thread.


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A shorter version of the same match (54 sec clip)


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