It's The FA's 150th Anniversary this year and we're looking back at some moments of fair play and respect in the beautiful game and give you the chance to vote on the most memorable...
An FA Cup Fifth Round tie at Highbury in 1999 between Arsenal and Sheffield United was finely poised at 1-1.
Patrick Vieira had given the previous season's double-winners a first-half lead, before Marcelo equalised for the Blades after the break.
Then, with less than 15 minutes left and the game heading for a replay, Nigerian Nwankwo Kanu took the ball from a throw-in, beat a defender and squared for Dutchman Marc Overmars to score the winner.
However, the throw-in had actually been awarded when the visitor's keeper, Alan Kelly, kicked the ball out so his team mate Lee Morris could receive treatment.
Kanu, on his debut in English football, was unaware of the situation when he collected Ray Parlour's throw, which was intended for Kelly.
At the final whistle Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger stepped in and offered his opposite number Steve Bruce a rematch.
The FA gave their consent and the game was played ten days later, with Arsenal repeating the 2-1 scoreline.
In this annivesary year we mark The FA's fourth annual Respect and Fair Play Awards, which celebrate individuals, clubs, leagues and organisations at all levels of football that have committed themselves to seeing the game played in a fair, safe and enjoyable way.
This year's awards will be presented at The FA Cup with Budweiser Final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday 11 May.
To find out more about the Awards click here or vote for your gesture of Respect in the poll below...