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Dixie Dean, Everton Captain, with the F. A. Cup, 1933

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Dixie Dean, Everton Captain, with the F. A. Cup, 1933

Photograph of the Everton Captain and centre-forward, Dixie Dean (1907-1980), running around Wembley Stadium after the F.A. Cup Final of 1933. Dean, who scored the only goal in the match between Everton and Manchester City, holds the victors Cup in his left hand

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1933 1980 Dean Dixie Everton Final Forward Goal Holds Manchester Match Running Scored Stadium Wembley 1907


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This evocative photograph captures the moment of triumph for Everton Football Club and its legendary captain, Dixie Dean, following their hard-fought victory in the FA Cup Final of 1933. The image shows Dean, dressed in Everton's blue and white striped jersey, with the FA Cup aloft in his left hand, a triumphant smile gracing his face as he runs around Wembley Stadium in celebration. The scene is one of pure jubilation, with a sea of ecstatic supporters in the background, waving scarves and hats, their voices united in a cacophony of cheers and chants. Dean, born in 1907, was not only Everton's captain but also their centre-forward. His goal in the FA Cup Final, the only one of the match, secured the trophy for his team, adding another accolade to his already impressive career. The goal came in the 85th minute, and the crowd erupted in delight as Dean scored from the penalty spot, sending Everton to their third FA Cup triumph. The historical significance of this photograph lies not only in the victory itself but also in the context of the time. The FA Cup Final of 1933 was played during a period of economic hardship, with the country still recovering from the Great Depression. The victory provided a much-needed morale boost for the people of Liverpool and beyond, offering a moment of respite from the challenges of everyday life. As the years passed, Dixie Dean became a legend in the annals of Everton and English football history. He retired from professional football in 1938, leaving behind a legacy of 383 goals in 437 appearances for Everton. This photograph, with its powerful imagery and historical significance, stands as a testament to his achievements and the indomitable spirit of Everton Football Club.

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