LANNIS HITS THE TARGET, BANG ON! [And thus becomes a self-proclaimed "weird, monomaniacal anorak" ]
Alan Ashman was the West Brom manager: John Osborne was the goalkeeper. Ray Wilson (who didn't play in the winning final) was a Scottish full back, sometimes known as Ray T. Wilson to distinguish him from football World Cup winner Ramon Wilson and speedway World Cup winner Ray[mond] Wilson.
The photo is from a BBC 1 TV programme called "Quizball", in which representatives of British football teams contested in a four-round general knowledge tournament over 15 half-hour episodes.
West Brom beat Nottingham Forest 2-1 in the 1967-68 Grand Final, with a team featuring defender Doug Fraser rather than Wilson. The late Ted Moult (of "Everest Glazing" fame) scored for Forest: he puffed at his pipe during his appearances each "Quizball" programme.
Paradoxically, WBA keeper John Osborne was the tournament's top scorer with 12 goals. Jeff Smith got 3 (two in the second round against Fulham, one in the final.) No other WBA representative registered a goal during their four matches.
It was a "trophy double" season for West Bromwich Albion, as they also won the FA Cup in 1967-68, beating Everton 1-0 with a left-footed shot by Jeff Smith... sorry, Jeff Astle.
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