Saturday, 30 July 2011

Rowdies Memorabilia - 1975 Rowdies vs. Sting Game Report

A newspaper clipping from the Rowdies game against the Chicago Sting, played on August 6th, 1975, at Tampa Stadium. The Rowdies lost 0-3.

Rowdies Press Photo - Mike Connell

Mike Connell celebrates after scoring during a shootout against the San Jose Earthquakes in 1979.

Rowdies Press Photo - Gregg Thompson and Manny Rojas

Gregg Thompson and Manny Rojas team up to stop Tulsa Roughnecks' Iraj Danaifard, during the 1983-84 indoor season.

Rowdies Press Photo - Jan Van Der Veen

Jan Van Der Veen is challenged by San Diego Sockers' Yilmaz Orhan, in 1979.

Rowdies Press Photo - Camp Kikinthagrass Staff

A Camp Kikinthagrass staff photo, circa 1986. (L to R): Steve Wegerle, Pat McStay (former high school coach), Brian Doyle (former Cleveland State coach), Ed Austin, Dave Power, Glenn Hoddle, Andrew Parkinson and Nick Cowell.
Many thanks to Nick Cowell for this info.

Friday, 29 July 2011

Rowdies Snap Shots - Steve Glickman and Mark Lindsay

Another photo of the late Steve Glickman, with Mark Lindsay.

Thursday, 28 July 2011

Very Sad News!! - Steve Glickman

Sad news; our friend and former Athletic Trainer of the Rowdies, Steve Glickman, passed away yesterday in Allentown, PA. 
He had battled ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) for 3 years. He will be buried in Tampa at the Garden of Memories, and a graveside service is planned for 10AM this Sunday. 
He will be missed.

Rowdies Press Photo - John Sissons and Derek Smethurst

John Sissons celebrates his goal with Derek Smethurst against the Baltimore Comets in 1975.

Rowdies Memorabilia - 1975 Rowdies vs. Diplomats Game Report

A newspaper clipping from the Rowdies game against the Washington Diplomats, played on August 2nd, 1975, at Robert F. Kennedy Stadium. The Rowdies lost 1-3.

Rowdies Snap Shots - The Wowdies

The Wowdies celebrate the 4th of July, 1980.

Rowdies Press Photo - Luis Fernando

Luis Fernando celebrates scoring a goal in 1981.

Rowdies Press Photo - Mark Karpun

Mark Karpun gets past Tulsa Roughnecks' Val Fernandes, during the 1983-84 indoor season.

Rowdies vs. FC Edmonton

Rowdies 3 vs. FC Edmonton 1
The Rowdies defeated FC Edmonton 3-1 Wednesday night at Al Lang Stadium, thanks to second half goals from midfielder Shane Hill and midfielder Pascal Millien.
The Rowdies claimed the season series with FC Edmonton, with two wins, one tie and one loss in the four matches, and has now moved within one point of third place in the NASL standings.
"It was fantastic for us to get the three points tonight," said head coach Ricky Hill. "The players worked hard tonight and took care of business."
With the victory, the Rowdies wrapped up the month of July by earning 10 out of a possible 15 points in its five league matches, in addition to a 1-0 victory over the English Premier League's Bolton Wanderers in a friendly.
Forward Aaron King scored in the sixth minute for the Rowdies and forward Alex Semenets scored his first goal of the year for FC Edmonton in the 28th minute as the teams headed to halftime knotted at 1.
King's goal marked the fifth straight game with a goal for the forward as he finished off a cross from Millien, who notched his team-high fifth assist of the year. The goal came in the sixth minute, marking the earliest the Rowdies has scored in a match this season.
"I think the balance has been very good," said Ricky Hill. "Aaron has worked exceptionally well in the last few months in training and we've seen his consistency improve, and as we've seen he does have an eye for the goal."
The Rowdies regained the lead in the 60th minute when Hill scored his first goal of the year off of a rebound in the 18-yard box.
"The momentum was high, and everyone was working hard for each other," said Shane Hill. "It was good to get back on track today; we needed a win."
Millien extended the lead to 3-1 with a goal into an open net in the 84th minute off a beautiful assist from forward Mike Ambersley. It was Millien's third goal of the year.

Lineups:
Rowdies Lineup: Attinella, Arango (Captain), Rodrigues, Hayes, Yamada, Hill (Yoshitake 73'), Millien, Gyorio, Savage, Ambersley, King (Ukah 78')
FC Edmonton Lineup: Baart, Jonke, Saler, Hamilton, Rago, Saiko, Kooy (Captain), Van Leerdam (Smith 81'), Semenets (Chin 67'),  Antoniuk, Porter (Lemire 67')

Scoring Summary:
Rowdies: Aaron King - 6th minute (assisted by Pascal Millien)
FC Edmonton: Alex Semenets - 28th minute (assisted by Daniel Antoniuk)
Rowdies: Shane Hill - 60th minute
Rowdies: Pascal Millien - 84th minute (assisted by Mike Ambersley)

Monday, 25 July 2011

Rowdies Press Photos - Andres Arango

Andres Arango tussles with Bolton Wanderers' Kevin Davies, during the recent Exhibition Game at Al Lang Stadium. 

Rowdies Snap Shots - Steve Glickman and Steve Wegerle and Winston DuBose

Another photo from Steve Glickman's 2009 leaving Tampa party, this time he is pictured with Steve Wegerle and Winston DuBose.

1979 Rowdies KICK Magazine

September 2nd, 1979, today's opponents were the San Diego Sockers, an attendance of 38,766 saw the Rowdies win 3-2, with the goals scored by Steve Wegerle, which tied the Playoff Games at 1-1. So, a Mini-Game was played which the Rowdies won 1-0, with Ivan Grnja scoring the winning goal, which sent the Rowdies to Soccer Bowl '79.
The team this day was: (1st Game): Bilecki, Andruszewski, Kitchener, Connell, Gorman, Van Der Veen, Wegerle, McLeod, Fabbiani, Marsh, Van Der Beck.
Substitutes: DuBose, Grnja.
(Mini-Game): DuBose, Quraishi, Andruszewski, Kitchener, Gorman, Van Der Veen, Wegerle, McLeod, Fabbiani, Marsh, Van Der Beck.
Substitutes: Grnja, MacWilliams.

Sunday, 24 July 2011

Rowdies vs. Atlanta Silverbacks

Atlanta Silverbacks 2 vs. Rowdies 1
The Rowdies dropped a 2-1 decision to the Atlanta Silverbacks Saturday night at Atlanta Silverbacks Park. The loss snapped the Rowdies' season-long four-match unbeaten streak, dating back to its previous last setback on June 18 at Carolina.
Assistant coach David Hayes took over the head coaching duties for the second straight match in the absence of head coach Ricky Hill, who did not travel with the team because of a death in the family. The Rowdies played without captain Frankie Sanfilippo, who had played in every minute of the first 16 matches, as well as midfielder Chad Burt (foot). Sanfilippo suffered dehydration symptoms at Thursday’s practice at Shimberg Fields and was hospitalized for observation in Tampa.
"When you miss your captain and a player like Frankie, it is very hard if you can even replace a guy like him," said Hayes. "My heart goes out to him and his family, and the first priority is to make sure he is okay."
The first goal of the match was scored by Junior Sandoval in the seventh minute, with Matt Horth getting the assist for the Silverbacks. It was Sandoval's second goal of the year and Horth's first assist this season.
The Rowdies had a great opportunity in the 22nd minute when midfielder Pascal Millien's shot was deflected by Atlanta goalkeeper Jimmy Maurer and off the crossbar. Forward Mike Ambersley followed with a shot that was blocked and he followed that with a shot that went wide.
Atlanta midfielder Ciaran O'Brien headed in a long throw-in from Tyler Ruthven for his fourth goal of the year and a 2-0 Silverbacks lead in the 41st minute.
"We created our chances, but we were chasing the game from the beginning and that is never good," said Hayes. "You can't give up a goal in the seventh minute and then give up another one."
Rowdies' forward Aaron King responded moments later with a goal in the 43rd minute as his shot deflected off Atlanta defender Mattias Schnorf and into the net. It was King's fifth goal of the year, including his fourth consecutive match with a score.
"I respect King tremendously for fighting through adversity this year and now he is taking advantage of his opportunity," said Hayes. "His hard work and mentality represents what we want on this team."
The Rowdies almost tied the match in the 61st minute when Ambersley put the ball in the net, but he was called for offsides on the play. With less than 10 minutes remaining in the match, second half substitute Tsuyoshi Yoshitake shot the ball towards an open net, but Ruthven headed away the chance to preserve the Silverbacks victory.
"I am proud of the guys that they fought for each other, stuck to the gameplan and never gave up," said Hayes. "I think you saw that with the number of chances we had, and I was very pleased with how they responded throughout the game after falling behind 2-0."

Lineups:
Rowdies Lineup: Attinella, Arango (Captain), Watson-Siriboe (Yamada 31'), Rodrigues (Ukah 78'), Morrow, Savage, Gyorio, Millien, Hill (Yoshitake 76'), Ambersley, King
Atlanta Silverbacks Lineup: Maurer, Schnorf, Hunt, Ruthven, Casarona (Robertson 82'), Davis, O'Brien (Parada 84'), Cox, Paulini (Captain), Sandoval (Cox 73'), Horth

Scoring Summary:
Silverbacks: Junior Sandoval - 7th minute (assisted by Matt Horth)
Silverbacks: Ciaran O'Brien - 41st minute (assisted by Tyler Ruthven)
Rowdies: Aaron King - 43rd minute (assisted by Mike Ambersley)

Saturday, 23 July 2011

Rowdies Video - Former Rowdie Petar Baralic

A video clip that includes old footage of Petar Baralic in his indoor playing days and some one on one student training! 
Many Thanks to Petar for this video.

Rowdies Press Photo - Petar Baralic

Petar Baralic dribbles past San Jose Earthquakes' Carl Christensen, at Tampa Stadium in 1979.

Rowdies Snap Shots - Winston DuBose

Brothers Richie and Scott Lawler pose with Winston DuBose, in 1976.
Many thanks to the Lawler Brothers for this photo.

Rowdies Memorabilia - 1975 Rowdies vs. Atoms Game Report

A newspaper clipping from the Rowdies game against the Philadelphia Atoms, played on July 29th, 1975, at Veterans Stadium. The Rowdies won 1-0, to clinch the NASL Eastern Division Title.

Rowdies Press Photo - Pedro DeBrito

Pedro DeBrito makes a threatening move towards Vancouver Whitecaps' Shaun Lowther, but an official steps in to stop trouble before it starts, during a game from the 1983-84 NASL indoor season.

Rowdies Press Photo - Rodney Marsh

Rodney Marsh teaching the kids, the basics at a Camp Kikinthagrass session.

Rowdies Snap Shots - Steve Glickman

Rowdies' former trainer Steve Glickman, after being presented with a caricature of himself, at his leaving Tampa party in 2009. Sadly, Steve is now suffering from ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease), left Tampa to live with his brother in Allentown, PA.

Monday, 18 July 2011

Rowdies Press Photo - Davie Robb

Davie Robb soars above the Chicago Sting's defenders to get a goal-bound header, at Tampa Stadium in 1978.
Many thanks to Mike Connell for this photo.

Rowdies Press Photo - Derek Smethurst

A pre-Rowdies photo of Derek Smethurst in his Chelsea days, battling with Man. Utd's Bobby Charlton, at Stamford Bridge in 1970.

Rowdies Press Photo - Petar Baralic and Zeljko Bilecki

Goalie Zeljko Bilecki punches the ball away, as teammate Petar Baralic and Atlanta Chiefs' Fred Pereira leap together, during the 1980-81 indoor season.

Rowdies Press Photo - Flemming Lund

Flemming Lund keeps close to New York Cosmos' Alan Green, during the 1983-84 indoor season.

Rowdies Memorabilia - 1975 Rowdies vs. Diplomats Game Report

A newspaper clipping from the Rowdies game against the Washington Diplomats, played on July 26th, 1975, at Robert F. Kennedy Stadium. The Rowdies won 3-1.

Rowdies Snap Shots - Rodney Marsh

Brothers Richie and Scott Lawler pose with Rodney Marsh, in 1976.
Many thanks to the Lawler Brothers for this photo.

Rowdies Snap Shots - John Boyle


Captain John Boyle, at Tampa International Airport on the evening of 26th August, 1975, when the Rowdies arrived back in town after winning Soccer Bowl '75.

Many thanks to Dan Perez for these excellent photos.

Rowdies vs. FC Edmonton

FC Edmonton 1 vs. Rowdies 2
The Rowdies came from behind to knock off FC Edmonton 2-1 Sunday afternoon at Foote Field in Edmonton, Alberta, with forward Mike Ambersley scoring the game-winner in the 71st minute. The win extends the Rowdies' unbeaten streak to a season-high four games, dating back to its last loss nearly a month ago at Carolina. The Rowdies also snapped FC Edmonton's five-match unbeaten streak with the victory.
Assistant coach David Hayes took over the head coaching duties for the match in the absence of head coach Ricky Hill, who did not travel with the team because of a death in the family.
"We had a gameplan going in and wanted to push one of our forwards a little deeper," said Hayes. "Both Mike and Aaron (King) did a great job up front, and overall as a team we stayed compact and communicated well. The guys were really inspired to want to win for Ricky and his family. My heart goes out to Ricky and we missed him tonight."
The Rowdies controlled the action early with forward Aaron King being denied by FC Edmonton goalkeeper Rein Baart from in close in the seventh minute. Moments later, midfielder Mozzi Gyorio took a free kick from just outside the box and Baart was forced to knock the shot over the crossbar.
Despite the pressure, FC Edmonton struck first as Kyle Porter scored his sixth goal of the season in the 19th minute for a 1-0 lead. The assist came from midfielder Ilja Van Leerdam, who was making his FC Edmonton debut.
Moments later, King almost tied the match when he hit the post in the 21st minute. Midfielder Justin Morrow, making his first appearance this year for the Rowdies in league play, then had an opportunity in the 27th minute, thanks to a feed from Ambersley, but Baart was there again to make the save.
King finally evened the match at 1-1 with a goal in the 30th minute, his fourth of the season. King took advantage of a defensive mistake by FC Edmonton and buried the ball in the back of the net for his third goal in the last three league matches.
"We had a couple of chances early and put some great pressure on them," said King. "It was a team effort and this just shows the character of the guys in our locker room. We didn't give up and kept working and believing."
The match remained tied for the first 25 minutes of the second half until Ambersley gave the Rowdies its first lead of the game in the 71st minute. The goal was his team-high eighth of the year and moved him into a tie with Puerto Rico's Jonathan Fana for second-best in the NASL.
The Rowdies again played shorthanded, missing starters Chad Burt (foot), Pascal Millien (red card in last match) and Tsuyoshi Yoshitake (hamstring), while midfielder Takuya Yamada (10 starts in 2011) was limited to 26 minutes off the bench as he returns from a groin injury.

Lineups: 
Rowdies Lineup: Attinella, Arango, Sanfilippo (Captain), Rodrigues, Watson-Siriboe, Gyorio, Savage, Morrow (Clare 59'), Hill (Yamada 64'), Ambersley, King
FC Edmonton Lineup: Baart, Rago, Hamilton, Saler, Kooy (Captain), Saiko, Oppong (Smith 76'), Van Leerdam (Lemire 62'), Yamada (Semenets 66'), Porter, Antoniuk

Scoring Summary:
FC Edmonton: Kyle Porter - 19th minute (assisted by Ilja Van Leerdam)
Rowdies: Aaron King - 30th minute
Rowdies: Mike Ambersley - 71st minute

Sunday, 17 July 2011

Rowdies Press Photo - Justin Morrow

Justin Morrow in action during the Exhibition Game with Bolton Wanderers, at Al Lang Stadium.

Saturday, 16 July 2011

1992 Rowdies Team Group

The 1992 Rowdies at a local Tampa restaurant. Standing: Billy Andracki, Tom Traxler (Equipment Manager), Scott Bonavita, Terry Rowe, Giles Hooper, Ricky Hill, Andy Papoulias, the 2 restaurant owners, Rodney Marsh, Phillip Gyau.
Seated: Derek Backman, Chris Brauchle, Perry Van Der Beck, Craig Fossett and Steve Trittschuh.
Many thanks to Craig Fossett for this photo.

Rowdies Memorabilia - 1986 Camp Kikingthagrass Program

A 1986 World Cup Edition of the Rowdies' Camp Kikinthagrass program, which consists of twelve pages, covering the camps schedule, philosophy and itinerary. 

Signed Cards - 1986 Rowdies Mark Loram

Today, I obtained a signed Rowdies card of Mark Loram, who appeared for QPR under the name of the Rowdies in 1986, during the Coca-Cola Classic International Soccer Series.

Friday, 15 July 2011

Rowdies vs. Bolton Wanderers (Exhibition Game)

Rowdies 1 vs. Bolton Wanderers 0
The Rowdies knocked off the English Premier League's Bolton Wanderers 1-0 Thursday night at Al Lang Stadium. The Rowdies scored in the second half on a goal by forward Matt Clare in the 65th minute.
 The performance was especially impressive for the Rowdies considering it played without several starters, including injured midfielders Chad Burt, Takuya Yamada and Tsuyoshi Yoshitake. In addition, the Rowdies was forced to play an unsigned trialist and defender Justin Morrow played 38 minutes after landing in Tampa less than 12 hours before the match.
 "I hope that match gives our team the world of confidence, and that starts collectively with hard work and application," said head coach Ricky Hill. "Tonight was a great opportunity for our team. To win the game is a great bonus. We're indebted to our goalkeepers at times. Evan was tremendous this evening and Jeff likewise."
 The match was the first-ever international friendly at home for the Rowdies and marked the first match in a three-game preseason tour for Bolton here in the United States.
 "We knew it would be demanding physically," said Bolton manager Owen Coyle. "Tampa Bay scored a very good goal. Credit to them. I thought they worked their socks off. I felt the game was played in the right spirit, the right atmosphere."
 During a scoreless first half, the pace of the match seemed to waver between long crosses and few attempts on the goal. The Wanderers stepped up the tempo of play in the second half and the Rowdies picked up the pace as well.
 Hill brought midfielder Pascal Millien on as a substitute in the 62nd minute and the move paid immediate dividends as he assisted on Clare's goal with a cross to the forward.
 Rookie goalkeeper Jeff Attinella shut out Bolton in the first half before being replaced by Evan Newton for the final 45 minutes, with Newton making several big stops to preserve the victory. Newton had six saves in his first action for the Rowdies.
 "Obviously I hope we gave them our best," said Attinella. "We definitely wanted to come out here and play hard. I feel like we played well, tested them and held our own for the most part. Hopefully a game like this gains some respect for the NASL. We can compete with teams and I think we just proved it tonight."

Lineups:
Rowdies Lineup: Attinella (Newton 45'), Sanfilippo (Captain), Arango, Watson-Siriboe (Morrow 62'), Rodrigues, Hill (Millien 62'), Gyorio, Savage, Hayes, Ambersley (Goodluck 83'), King (Clare 62')
Bolton Wanderers Lineup: Jaaskelainen (Bogdan 45'), Steinsson (Connolly 74'), Robinson (Alonso 45'), Cahill, Knight (Wheater 45'), Taylor (Petrov 45'), Davies (Gardner 45'), Pratley (Muamba 45'), Lee (Obadeyi 74'), Davies - Captain (Eaves 74'), Klasnic (Blake 45')

Scoring Summary:
Rowdies: Matt Clare - 65th minute (assisted by Pascal Millien)

Thursday, 14 July 2011

1990 Rowdies Teamphoto

The 1990 Rowdies teamphoto, Back Row (L to R): Winston DuBose, Michael Coons, Steve Trittschuh, Mark Wright, Raymond Perlee, Derek Backman, Ray Hudson, David Byrne, Perry Van Der Beck, Dave Power.
Front Row (L to R): Steve Wegerle, Martin Hill, Giles Hooper, Ken Fogarty, Tom Traxler (Equipment Manager), Alan Anderson, Michael Bates, Jay White, Craig Fossett, Jeff Jones.
Many thanks to Craig Fossett for this photo.

Rowdies Press Photo - Manny Andruszewski

Manny Andruszewski in action against the Detroit Express in 1979.
Many thanks to Mike Connell for this photo.

Rowdies Snap Shots - Refik Kozic

A recent photo of Refik and Cica Svetlana Kozic.
Many thanks to Cica Svetlana Kozic for this photo.

Rowdies Memorabilia - 1975 Rowdies vs. Toros Game Report

A newspaper clipping from the Rowdies game against the Miami Toros, played on July 23rd, 1975, at Tampa Stadium. The Rowdies won 5-1.

Rowdies Press Photo - Arsene Auguste

Arsene Auguste shields the ball from San Jose Earthquakes' Paul Child, at Tampa Stadium in 1979.
Many thanks to Mike Connell for this photo.

Rowdies Press Photo - Mike Connell

New York Cosmos' Hernan Borja steals the ball away from Mike Connell, during the 1983-84 indoor season.

Rowdies Press Photo - Jeff Attinella

Jeff Attinella's 2011 Rowdies mugshot.

Sunday, 10 July 2011

Rowdies Press Photo - Oscar Fabbiani and Rodney Marsh

Rodney Marsh accepts a pass from Oscar Fabbiani, against the Ft. Lauderdale Strikers, at Tampa Stadium in 1979.
Many thanks to Mike Connell for this photo.

Rowdies Press Photo - Ken Fogarty and Rodney Marsh

Coach Ken Fogarty and GM Rodney Marsh pose for the camera in 1993.
Many thanks to Ken Fogarty for this photo.

Rowdies Memorabilia - 1975 Rowdies vs. Atoms Game Report

A newspaper clipping from the Rowdies game against the Philadelphia Atoms, played on July 19th, 1975, at Tampa Stadium. The Rowdies won 2-1.

Rowdies Press Photo - Alan Day

Alan Day outjumps Ft. Lauderdale Strikers' Kenny Borden at Lockhart Stadium, during the 1988 ASL season.

Rowdies vs. Puerto Rico Islanders

Puerto Rico Islanders 1 vs. Rowdies 1
The Rowdies and Puerto Rico played to a 1-1 draw Saturday night at Juan Ramón Loubriel Stadium.
The Rowdies have now earned four ties among its six road matches this season. The Islanders remain the only league team that is undefeated at home this season, with three wins and three draws in their six matches at JRL Stadium. Overall Puerto Rico has not lost in its last five matches since a 3-0 loss at Edmonton on June 15.
"I was pleased overall with the commitment and attitude from the players," said Rowdies' head coach Ricky Hill. "It would have been nice to get the three points, but we certainly earned a point tonight."
Forward Aaron King gave the Rowdies a 1-0 lead in the 18th minute with his third goal of the season, including his second consecutive match with a goal. Midfielder Pascal Millien back heeled the ball to King, who deposited the ball in the corner of the net. The assist for Millien was his team-leading fourth of the year.
Puerto Rico had several chances in the first half, including a shot off the crossbar in the 31st minute. Rowdies' goalkeeper Jeff Attinella and Islanders GK Ray Burse each made three saves in the opening 45 minutes. In addition, the Rowdies lost starting midfielder Tsuyoshi Yoshitake to a hamstring injury in the 12th minute.
"I was very pleased with the first half, especially a couple of big saves from Jeff," said Hill. "And it was a great buildup to a very good goal by Aaron. I thought the players did a good job of overcoming the loss of Yoshi and not letting that disrupt our gameplan."
The Rowdies held its 1-0 lead into the second half before Millien was ejected from the game after receiving yellow cards in the 61st and 71st minutes, forcing the Rowdies to play with 10 men. The Islanders took advantage and tied the match on a goal by David Foley in the 82nd minute.
"I thought we came out playing well in the second half and I was disappointed with the second yellow card that went against us at that time," said Hill. "Puerto Rico kept pressing and the ball ended up in the net."

Lineups:
Rowdies Lineup: Attinella, Sanfilippo (Captain), Arango, Watson-Siriboe, Rodrigues, Millien, Yoshitake (Ukah 12'), Savage, Gyorio, King (Hayes 72'), Ambersley
Islanders Lineup: Burse, Martinez, Cunningham, Emory (Needham 45'), Jones (Van Schaik 81'), MPitchkolan, Ly Rojas, Villegas (Perez 57'), Delgado (Captain), Foley, Bouraee

Scoring Summary:
Rowdies: Aaron King - 18th minute (assisted by Pascal Millien)
Islanders: David Foley - 82nd minute

Thursday, 7 July 2011

Rowdies Press Photo - Barry Kitchener and Mike Connell

Barry Kitchener and Mike Connell combine to thwart the attacking Ft. Lauderdale Strikers' Gerd Muller, during the 1979 season, at Tampa Stadium. With John Gorman in the background.
Many thanks to Mike Connell for this photo.

Rowdies Press Photo - Rodney Marsh Penalty

Chicago Sting's Mervyn Cawston lies sprawled in frustration after Rodney Marsh's penalty kick, during the first round Playoff Game in 1978.