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Tardis lands a winner

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Geoff's spirit of '66

HOLD tight and take a trip through time with us to help England rule soccer again.

Yes, folks, we've wheeled out SunSport's newly-acquired Tardis time machine and called in World Cup hat-trick hero Geoff Hurst to inspire Glenn Hoddle's boys for tonight's Euro qualifier in Luxembourg.

Now imagine yourselves transported back to those glory days of 1966 when England conquered the planet with that Hurst hat-trick at Wembley.

Sir Geoff took the Doctor Who role yesterday. And when he climbed out at Wembley Stadium, he insisted: "I can feel that wonderful spirit again. And it

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