For the day that’s in it.
Saturday, 20th February, 1999.
The cusp of the BOD era.
Ireland travelled to England to face a then homeless Wales side. Big heavy handbags ensued.
Keith Duggan writing in the Irish Times said:
AH, the incomparable beauty of a Keith Wood smile. We have seen him in all his guises over the past two weeks, from the bleak figure in the blue mezzotint standing ruined in Lansdowne Road to his grinning, pale, headed colossus, gamley stoking the masses at the end of a sporting hour, which will be undoubtedly be rememberd as Wembley’s finest by everyone except, possibly, Geoff Hurst.