I am currently reading the book on Gerry Gow " He,s here he,s there", and while it is a story obviously on Gerry and his life, it strikes me the similarities of the workings of Dicks and Sillett in the early 70s to today, regarding building a team from the bottom introducing youngsters regularly. Anyway there is a chapter called " we have ourselves a team " where Dicks only realises, in about 1975 that his side is complete after a couple of players wreck a hotel kitchen on an away game. He asked rhem next day that anyone who wasn't responsible could leave the room, and no-one moved , so he said he would fine every one of them. Only one player got up and left saying he was'nt involved. Bobby Gould. He was sold a few months later, but that was when Dicks knew they were a team, not just a collection of players.