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#45. Back Home - England 1970 Squad (1970)

England headed to Mexico in 1970 with a strong belief that they could win back-to-back World Cups—not only did they have an even stronger squad than four years previously, but they were sent on their way to the very merry tune of "Back Home." Having penned the UK’s first ever Eurovision winner (Sandie Shaw’s Puppet On A String), Bill Martin and Phil Coulter were tasked with writing England’s first-ever official World Cup theme tune. Recorded for the 1970 World Cup – a tournament where England entered as reigning champions, of course – Back Home might didn’t win any awards for vocal ability. But, the England squad gave it their all on a jaunty tune that topped the UK charts, and was later given a second lease of life by Frank Skinner and David Baddiel’s Fantasy Football League.

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England headed to Mexico in 1970 with a strong belief that they could win back-to-back World Cups—not only did they have an even stronger squad than four years previously, but they were sent on their way to the very merry tune of "Back Home." Having penned the UK’s first ever Eurovision winner (Sandie Shaw’s Puppet On A String), Bill Martin and Phil Coulter were tasked with writing England’s first-ever official World Cup theme tune. Recorded for the 1970 World Cup – a tournament where England entered as reigning champions, of course – Back Home might didn’t win any awards for vocal ability. But, the England squad gave it their all on a jaunty tune that topped the UK charts, and was later given a second lease of life by Frank Skinner and David Baddiel’s Fantasy Football League.

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