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Looking back on the Glory Days with Sir Bobby, Roger Hunt and Jimmy Armfield

Roger Hunt, Sir Bobby Charlton and Jimmy Armfield at the exhibition. Credit: ITV News

Now England are up in the Euro's in France tomorrow but in Manchester a special exhibition is looking back at the 1966 World Cup glory days.

The biggest collection of memorabilia has gone on show at the National Football Museum marking the 50 years since England won the tournament.

Three members of that winning squad from our region were the guests of honour as the exhibition opened to the public.

David Chisnall went to see them:

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Tyson Fury has just postponed Klitschko rematch

Tyson Fury has just announced on Instagram that his anticipated rematch against Wladimir klitschko has been postponed until October.

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The fight was supposed to be taking place on July 9th at Manchester Arena, Fury has announced that he has been forced to put the date back to October due to the heavyweight champion picking up an ankle injury.

Fury shared a video to inform his fans that, while running in the Lake District for fitness training, he took a fall and badly sprained his ankle – a prognosis confirmed by a hospital visit.

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Cheshire equestrian is China's 'One in a Billion'

The Olympic dreams of China's leading equestrian has brought Alex Hua Tian to a stables in Cheshire.

Alex has British and Chinese heritage.

An international upbringing saw him spend his early years in Beijing and Hong Kong where he first rode a horse.

He shot to fame in China in 2008 when at the Beijing Games he became the first person to represent his country in an equestrian event. A feat that's led to people in China calling him "One in a Billion."

Now from his base in Alderley Edge he's hoping for success at the Rio Olympics.

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Football League fixtures announced

Wigan Athletic celebrate promotion back to the Championship Credit: Nigel French/PA Wire/Press Association Images

The fixtures for the 2016/17 Football League season have been announced. Find out who our North West teams face on the opening games of the season right here.

Saturday August 6th

CHAMPIONSHIP:

  • Blackburn v Norwich
  • Bristol City v Wigan
  • Reading v Preston
New Bolton manager Phil Parkinson begin his reign at the club at home to Sheff United Credit: Steven Paston/PA Archive/Press Association Images

LEAGUE ONE

  • Bolton v Sheff United
  • Bury v Charlton
  • Millwall v Oldham
  • Northampton v Fleetwood
  • Rochdale v Peterborough
Gary Bowyer starts life as Blackpool manager with a home game against Exeter Credit: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Archive/Press Association Images

LEAGUE TWO

  • Accrington v Doncaster
  • Blackpool v Exeter
  • Grimsby v Morecambe
  • Stevenage v Crewe

Prince Harry in Stockport for rugby skills workshop

Prince Harry joined an RFU-backed community rugby programme in Alexandra Park in Stockport to get youngsters to play the sport.

Harry is Vice-Patron of the Rugby Football Union Credit: ITV Granada

The RFU has partnered with StreetGames, as part of their Try for Change initiative designed to promote and broaden the reach of rugby to more young people in local communities.

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Harry gets involved in the skills workshop Credit: ITV Granada

As Vice-Patron of the RFU, Prince Harry is keen to support the organisation's efforts to make rugby more inclusive across society, and in doing so, use the sport to help tackle a number of significant social challenges around educational and social inclusion, mental and physical wellbeing, unemployment and community cohesion.

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