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• It was Burnley who lost the 1962 FA Cup final, not Leicester City as an obituary of Jimmy Greaves said; the striker’s debut for Chelsea ended in a draw with Spurs, not a win; and Tottenham paid £99,999 for Greaves, not £99,000 (20 September, Journal, page 6).

• A photo captioned as showing Jean-Paul Belmondo in the 1960 film Two Women was of another actor, Raf Vallone (France mourns Jean-Paul Belmondo..., 7 September, page 7).

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