Did Liverpool win the FA Cup in 1986?

Did Liverpool win the FA Cup in 1986?

Liverpool won the match 3–1, thus completing the Double in Kenny Dalglish’s first season as a player manager. Everton led at half-time through Gary Lineker, before the second half saw Ian Rush score two goals and Craig Johnston one. This was Liverpool’s third FA Cup Final victory, and their first since 1974.

What did Liverpool FC win in 1986?

Super Cup
1986–87 Liverpool F.C. season

1986–87 season
First Division 2nd
FA Cup Third round
League Cup Runners-up
Super Cup Winners

Who won FA Cup 1988?

Wimbledon F.C.
1988 FA Cup Final/Champion

Who won the FA Cup in 1987?

Coventry City F.C.
1986–87 FA Cup/Champion

Who won the 1986 Cup final?

Liverpool F.C.
1986 FA Cup Final/Champion

Who was Liverpool manager in 1985?

Kenny Dalglish
Kenny Dalglish is the only person to have managed the club on two occasions. He first managed Liverpool from 1985 to February 1991, and then from January 2011 to July 2012.

What did Liverpool win in 1985?

The 1985-86 season was Liverpool’s 94th season of football since they were established. This was a very successful season for Liverpool, as they won the league and FA Cup double (the only time they have ever done so).

Who managed Wimbledon in 1988?

Bobby Gould
It was their first season under the management of Bobby Gould, who had been appointed following the close season resignation of Dave Bassett….1987–88 Wimbledon F.C. season.

1987–88 season
Manager Bobby Gould
Stadium Plough Lane
First Division 7th
FA Cup Winners

Who did Wimbledon beat in the FA Cup?

On this day in 1988 Wimbledon completed one of the greatest FA Cup shocks when they beat Liverpool 1-0 at Wembley. Here, the PA news agency looks at the Crazy Gang’s finest moment.

What was the score in the 1987 FA Cup final?


Coventry City 3–2 (a.e.t.) Tottenham Hotspur
Bennett 9′ Houchen 63′ Mabbutt 96′ (o.g.) Report C. Allen 2′ Mabbutt 41′

What year did COV win FA Cup?

BBC Archive – 1987: Coventry win FA Cup | Facebook.