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Neill Football Bizarre Club Shirts (Football) 2001 Bizarre Club Shirts (Football) 2001 10 - Bizarre shirts rather than bizarre clubs, this series of ten cards features full colour illustrations of strange football garments over the years including Bolton’s red spots on white, Blackpool’s ‘stick of rock’ stripes, Doncaster’s big X, Wolves big V, and so on. The numbered backs give an informative history of each of the clubs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Bizarre Club Shirts (Football) 2001

Bizarre Club Shirts (Football) 2001

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Neill Football Brazil 70 (Football) 2005 Brazil 70 (Football) 2005 12 - Brazil went into the 1970 World Cup in Mexico having qualified by winning all six of their eliminary matches, scoring 23 goals and conceding only 2. They had won the competition twice before, in 1958 and 1962. They also had Pele, the world’s greatest player and an impressive line-up which included Tostao, Jairzinho, Rivelino, Alberto and Brito. Sexy football indeed. Here we see colour caricatures of the eleven players, plus the Jules Rimet Trophy, backed by the story of the Mexico finals. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Brazil 70 (Football) 2005

Brazil 70 (Football) 2005

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Neill Football Brazilliant The Story of Pele (Footballer) 2001 Brazilliant The Story of Pele (Footballer) 2001 10 - This is the story of the lengendary Edson Arantes do Nascimento, better known as “Pele”, from his birth in 1940 through his amazingly successful footballing career culminating in the 1970 Mexico World Cup finals, to his position as a household name recognised the world over, as told on the numbered backs of these colour pictures from original artwork. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Brazilliant The Story of Pele (Footballer) 2001
Neill Football Celtic 67 The Lisbon Lions (Footballers) 2003 Celtic 67 The Lisbon Lions (Footballers) 2003 L8 - This is a tribute to the “Lisbon Lions”, the Celtic football team who became European Champions beating the mighty Italians of Inter Milan in the final at Lisbon’s national football stadium on May 25th 1967. The set comprises of a title card plus six colour pictures showing manager Jock Stein, the semi final triumph, captain Billy McNeill, winning scorer Steve Chalmers, the victory celebration and Tommy Gemmell who scored Celtic’s first goal. The backs give the full story. Size 80 x 60mm.
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Celtic 67 The Lisbon Lions (Footballers) 2003
Neill Football Chelseas Top Ten Goalscorers 2013 Chelseas Top Ten Goalscorers 2013 10 - Villa Park, 12th May 2013, and two strikes by Frank Lampard made him Chelsea’s greatest ever goal-scorer, beating Bobby Tambling’s record of 202 which had stood since 1970. These two players are on the first and second cards in this series of colour caricatures which then take us on through the next highest – Kerry Dixon, Didier Drogba, Ray Bentley, Peter Osgood, Jimmy Greaves, George Mills, George Hilsdon (pre WWI and first of the Blues to score more than 100) an Barry Bridges. Descriptive backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Chelseas Top Ten Goalscorers 2013

Chelseas Top Ten Goalscorers 2013

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Neill Football Classic Kits (Football Team Colours) 2001 Classic Kits (Football Team Colours) 2001 10 - The classic kits referred to in the title are the outfits worn by football players shown on figures in colour artwork somewhat reminiscent of Player’s Footballers 1928. The set includes Doncaster (who in 2001 when the set was issued were non-league) as well as big clubs such as Arsenal and Leeds, whilst the numbered backs give detailed club histories. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Classic Kits (Football Team Colours) 2001
Neill Football Crystal Palace Heroes and Legends (Footballers) 2012 Crystal Palace Heroes and Legends (Footballers) 2012 10 - Philip Neill is clever with his brushes, producing some fine artwork and this time he works his magic with the South London side Crystal Palace, with a limited edition of 100 sets picturing head and shoulders colour portraits of Eagle’s favourites from Johnny Byrne back in the 1960s through to Andy Johnson whose goal-scoring ability was instrumental in Palace gaining promotion to the Premier League. Other Selhurst park heroes include Ian Wright (Palace’s ‘Player of the Century’), Vince Hilaire, Andy Gray and Jon Salako. Career details on the back. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Crystal Palace Heroes and Legends (Footballers) 2012
Neill Football Englands Top Goal Scorers 2002 Englands Top Goal Scorers 2002 10 - Each of the strikers in this series of ten colour caricatures scored more than 25 goals for England. You can probably guess most of the names : Bobby Charlton, Gary Lineker, Jimmy Greaves, Tom Finney, Nat Lofthouse, Alan Shearer and so on, but what about Steve Bloomer whose record stood for fifty years and Vivian Woodhouse, an amateur who captained England to gold in the 1908 and 1912 Olympics! Details on the backs. Size 69 x 36mm.
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Englands Top Goal Scorers 2002

Englands Top Goal Scorers 2002

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Neill Football Everton Heroes and Legends 2012 Everton Heroes and Legends 2012 10 - Philip Neill’s colour artwork always produces good likenesses, and this series of colour head and shoulders portraits is no exception. Beginning with the Toffees’ pre-war centre-forward ‘Dixie’ Dean whose amazing 61 goals in the 1927/8 season brought Everton the Division One title, we continue with post-war legends including Alan Ball, Brian Labone, DuncanMcKenzie, Neville Southall, Colin Harvey, Howard Kendall and Joe Royale, who made his Goodison debut at the age of 16 going on to play 270 games for the club and eventually returning as manager, as revealed in the career histories on the card backs. Size 68 x 37mm.
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Everton Heroes and Legends 2012

Everton Heroes and Legends 2012

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Neill Football Football Favourites (Prominent players of the 1960s) 2015 Football Favourites (Prominent players of the 1960s) 2015 10 - There are more ‘Sixties footballers in this set of ten blue tinted black and white caricatures by Philip Neill. Among the star players included are Manchester City’s Colin Bell, Leeds United midfielder Billy Bremner, Andy Lochhead of Burnley, Leicester City’s Allan Clarke, Alex Ferguson then playing for Dunfermline, Blackburn’s Keith Newton, Hibernian’s Peter Cormack who went on to win the F.A Cup with Liverpool, Roger Hunt the Liverpool player who was part of the winning 1966 World Cup team, Sheffield United’s Tony Currie and Everton’s Tommy Wright. The numbered backs contain details of their playing careers such as clubs played for, cups won etc. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Football Favourites (Prominent players of the 1960s) 2015
Neill Football Football Heroes (Stars of the 1960s) 2001 Football Heroes (Stars of the 1960s) 2001 10 - Among these full-colour caricatures of some of the most popular football stars of the 1960s are \\r\\nAlan Gilzean, Terry Venables, Francis Lee, Ralph Coates and Colin Harvey, but there are also one or two lesser known such as Stockport’s Jim Fryatt. Their career details are given on the numbered backs. Size 63 x 36mm.\\r\\n
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Football Heroes (Stars of the 1960s) 2001
Neill Football Football Icons 1st Series (1940/80s) 2014 Football Icons 1st Series (1940/80s) 2014 10 - The ten football icons in this set of caricatures by Philip Neill are all British and cover a huge timespan from Jack Howe who started his career in 1934 before joining Derby County in 1936 to George Best whose playing career continued into the 1980s. Some of the other icons include Geoff Hurst famous for his hat-trick for England which won them the World Cup, Jeff Astle the top scorer in Division One in the 1969-70 season, John Charles whose clubs included Leeds United and Juventus, Bobby Stokes, who scored the winning goal for Southampton in the FA Cup in 1967 and Nat Lofthouse who played 452 league games for Bolton Wanderers. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Football Icons 1st Series (1940/80s) 2014
Neill Football Football Icons 2nd Series 2015 Football Icons 2nd Series 2015 10 - The first series was issued in 2014 and now we have another collection of caricatures of famous players most of whom were playing in the late 1960s or 1970s. They include Joe Jordon who helped Leeds United to the league title, Aberdeen’s Gordon Strachan who later became a successful manager, Liverpool’s Ian Callaghan and Chelsea’s Peter Osgood. The odd ones out are Jack Leslie who joined Plymouth Argyle in 1921 and scored over 400 goals in his career and Newcastle’s Paul Gasgoine who signed for the youth team in 1980 before going on to play for England. These are good caricatures backed by informative text ideal for footy fans. Size 69 x 36mm.\r\n
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Football Icons 2nd Series 2015

Football Icons 2nd Series 2015

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Neill Football Football in the Fifties 2001 Football in the Fifties 2001 10 - These full-colour caricatures feature some of the most prominent footballers of the fifties era with highlights from the football decade on the reverse. Included are Arsenal’s Tommy Lawton, Liverpool’s Phil Taylor, Leeds United’s John Charles and Chelsea’s Roy Bentley. Perhaps surprisingly in view of the headlines from that period there is no Manchester United representative. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Football in the Fifties 2001

Football in the Fifties 2001

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Neill Football Football League Stars 2005 Football League Stars 2005 10 - The title doesn’t give a clue as to the period represented, but the fact that these players were born between 1926 and 1949 is a clue as to when the likes of Chelsea’s Bobby Tambling, Manchester United’s Bill Foulkes and Liverpool’s Dave Hickson, weaved their magic on the pitch. The black and white head and shoulders portraits are backed by a career summary including number of league games played and goals scored, although no figure is given for the number of goals scored by Everton’s Gordon West. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Football League Stars 2005

Football League Stars 2005

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Neill Football Footy Star 1st Series (Soccer Stars of the 1950s) 2008 Footy Star 1st Series (Soccer Stars of the 1950s) 2008 10 - Here we have black and white head and shoulders portraits of ten well-known footballers, the backs give a biography of the players. Included are Welsh International Mel Charles, Manchester City’s long-serving Ken Barnes, Newcastle and England star Ivor Broadis, and Sir Bobby Charlton whose amazing career included 752 games for Manchester United and 106 appearances for England including, of course, the 1966 World Cup Final. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Footy Star 1st Series (Soccer Stars of the 1950s) 2008
Neill Football Footy Star 2nd Series (Soccer Stars of the 1970s) 2016 Footy Star 2nd Series (Soccer Stars of the 1970s) 2016 10 - The 1st Series of these Footy Star cards covered players of the 1950s period and this set of caricatures by Philip Neill is in the same format, but this time the footballers are from the 1970s. Stars include Alex Stepney of Manchester United, Everton’s Bruce Rioch, John Wark of Ipswich, Leeds United’s Terry Yorath and Liverpool and England legend Kevin Keegan. The numbered backs give career highlights. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Footy Star 2nd Series (Soccer Stars of the 1970s) 2016
Neill Football Forest Kings of Europe 1979 Nottingham Forest F C 2005 Forest Kings of Europe 1979 Nottingham Forest F C 2005 12 - 20,000 Forest supporters were in Munich on 30th May 1979 to see their team beat Swedish side Malmo 1-0 to win the European Cup, the only goal being Trevor Francis’s diving header in the 45th minute. The eleven players, Woodcock, Birtles, Boyer, Anderson, Francis, Shilton etc., are depicted in these first-class colour caricatures with Taylor and Clough on no. 12. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Forest Kings of Europe 1979 Nottingham Forest F C 2005
Neill Football George Best Football Legend 2016 George Best Football Legend 2016 10 - Philip Neill first produced a set on football legend George Best way back in 2000 and now we have another. The lovely colour illustrations are by Philip Neill himself and are a mixture of action and are a tribute to the talented Manchester United player who made his debut for the club at just 17 and was their top goal-scorer for five consecutive seasons. Sadly his off-field problems, including a battle with alcoholism, distracted from his football talent, but these cards remember him at his brilliant best. The numbered backs contain a smaller picture and issuer’s details. Size 68 x 36mm.
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George Best Football Legend 2016

George Best Football Legend 2016

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Neill Football Greavsie A Tribute to Jimmy Greaves 2001 Greavsie A Tribute to Jimmy Greaves 2001 10 - An honour indeed. An entire series of ten cards dedicated to just one player, Jimmy Greaves, in colour portraits and full length illustrations beginning with his junior days at Chelsea, via AC Milan, Spurs, West Ham and, of course, England. Jimmy’s illustrious career is described at length on the card backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Greavsie A Tribute to Jimmy Greaves 2001

Greavsie A Tribute to Jimmy Greaves 2001

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Neill Football Hotshot Football (Soccer Stars of the 1960s) 2008 Hotshot Football (Soccer Stars of the 1960s) 2008 10 - Philip Neill’s artistic skill is evident in these black and white full length caricatures of ten 1960s soccer stars, amongst them Liverpool’s Ian St. John, Fulham’s Johnny Haynes, Dave Mackay (Derby County), Francis Lee of Bolton Wanderers and Glasgow-born Jim McCalliog whose career, as summarised on the card back, included Leeds, Chelsea, Wolves, Sheffield Wednesday, Manchester United, Southampton and Lincoln City. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Hotshot Football (Soccer Stars of the 1960s) 2008
Neill Football International Stars of Yesteryear Series 1(Footballers) 2000 International Stars of Yesteryear Series 1(Footballers) 2000 10 - The “International Stars” are foreign footballers, “yesteryear” being the 1950s and 1960s. This series of ten colour caricatures covers the obvious candidates such as Pele, Puskas, Eusebio, Haller and Di Stefano, together with names not quite so familiar such as Facchetti, Tostao etc. The numbered black on white backs are excellent for the information given. Size 69 x 31mm
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International Stars of Yesteryear Series 1(Footballers) 2000
Neill Football International Stars of Yesteryear Series 2 (Footballers) 2001 International Stars of Yesteryear Series 2 (Footballers) 2001 10 - These are full-colour caricatures of some of the world’s greatest football players of the past, namely Amancio, Beckenbauer, Chumpitaz, Coluna, Cruyff, Rattin, Riva, Rivera, Van Himst and Vava. The numbered backs give lengthy details of each player. Size 68 x 36mm.
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International Stars of Yesteryear Series 2 (Footballers) 2001
Neill Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Masters of Horror 2015 Masters of Horror 2015 10 - These are unusual green coloured caricatures of famous horror film stars against a black background. Famous names include Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing who both appeared in Dracula movies, Vincent Price who as well as horror films also made a vocal contribution to Michael Jackson’s Thriller album, Lon Chaney and his son Lon Chaney Jr who both had a career in horror, Boris Karloff who got his big break in Frankenstein and Bela Lugosi. The numbered backs give plenty of information about the stars and their careers as well as some small bat drawings. An interesting set. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Masters of Horror 2015

Masters of Horror 2015

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Neill Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Nicole Kidman 1999 Nicole Kidman 1999 10 - Popular star of “To Die For” and “Portrait of a Lady” In 1999 married to heart throb Tom Cruise, lives in London, just some of the information on the backs of these cards written and illustrated by Philip Neill. The portraits are in colour with numbered black and white backs. You might think Nicole was Australian? Actually she was born in Hawaii but grew up in Melbourne and Sydney, and at 17 was voted Australia’s “Actress of the Year”. Size 68 x 36mm
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Nicole Kidman 1999

Nicole Kidman 1999

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Neill Football Post War Footballers 2010 Post War Footballers 2010 10 - These are rather nice colour caricatures of players from the post war era with numbered backs which give information on their date and place of birth as well as playing position and other clubs. Those featured include George Farm of Blackpool,\r\nAldershot’s Arthur Jefferson, Leon Leuty of Derby County, Charlton’s Chris Duffy, Ted Phillips of Ipswich Town, Wolves goalie Bert Williams, Leicester wing-half Septimus Smith, Stoke’s Neil Franklin, Hull’s Danish full-back Viggo Jensen and legendary Man City goalie Bert Trautmann. Ideal for football fans. Size 68 x 36mm
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Post War Footballers 2010

Post War Footballers 2010

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Neill Football Scottish Footballers of the 1930s (2000) Scottish Footballers of the 1930s (2000) 10 - This series of colour head and shoulders portraits features Scottish players noted for remarkable achievements on the football field including the likes of J.E. McGrory, for instance, who won the cup four times with Celtic, scored a hat-trick against Motherwell, bagged eight against Dumbarton and finished his career as Britain’s highest scorer with 550 goals! Size 69 x 31mm.\\r\\n\\r\\n
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Scottish Footballers of the 1930s (2000)

Scottish Footballers of the 1930s (2000)

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Neill Football Scottish Internationals (1960s Footballers) 2002 Scottish Internationals (1960s Footballers) 2002 10 - Philip Neill has become a prolific issuer of football cards. This time the set features colour head and shoulders portraits of some of the big names of Scottish football in the 1960s, including Rangers’ John Greig, Celtic’s Bobby Murdoch and Dundee’s Alan Gilzean who is just as well known south of the border for his time with Spurs. Good write-ups on the backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Scottish Internationals (1960s Footballers) 2002
Neill Football Soccer 70 (1970s Footballers) 2002 Soccer 70 (1970s Footballers) 2002 10 - This set concentrates on just one year, 1970, and the highlights at home, internationally and in the World Cup (in which England were knocked out by Germany in the quarter finals) are described in a continuous narrative on the backs. The colour pictures of players include Bobby Moore, George Best, Alan Mullery, Tommy Gemmel and Gerd Muller. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Soccer 70 (1970s Footballers) 2002

Soccer 70 (1970s Footballers) 2002

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Neill Football Soccer in the 60s 1st Series 1999 Soccer in the 60s 1st Series 1999 10 - Bobby Charlton, Jimmy Greaves, Bobby Moore are names that epitomise a bygone golden age which culminated in the 1966 World Cup victory. Liverpool gained promotion from Division 2 and Ipswich won the League Championship in their first ever season in the top flight. Ten footballing greats are pictured in these excellent colour caricatures and all the major events are described on the numbered backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Soccer in the 60s 1st Series 1999

Soccer in the 60s 1st Series 1999

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Neill Football Soccer in the 60s 2nd Series 2000 Soccer in the 60s 2nd Series 2000 10 - Apart from England winning the World Cup in 1966, the 1960s was an eventful period in British and world football, as the backs of these cards record. And if you imagine hooliganism is a new phenomenon, remember 318 fans were killed in a riot between Peruvian and Argentine supporters in 1964. Banks, Osgood, Peters and Best are amongst players fronting these cards in instantly recognisable colour caricatures. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Soccer in the 60s 2nd Series 2000

Soccer in the 60s 2nd Series 2000

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Neill Football Soccer Selection (Football Greats) 2004 Soccer Selection (Football Greats) 2004 10 - Big names from the golden age of English football are portrayed in colour caricatures on this new series from Philip Neill. Among the ten or twenty-pound-a-week stars are Tom Finney, Stanley Matthews, Billy Wright, Wilf Mannion, Joe Mercer and Raich Carter, heroes all and masters of the leather ball. Name, team etc. on the backs. Size 68 x 36mm
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Soccer Selection (Football Greats) 2004

Soccer Selection (Football Greats) 2004

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Neill Football Soccer Sketch (Footballers of 50s and 60s) 2010 Soccer Sketch (Footballers of 50s and 60s) 2010 10 - Philip Neill is a talented artist, and these monochrome head and shoulders sketches capture the likeness and character of these players from half a century ago with their career details summarised on the backs. Included are Everton and England International Derek Temple, Wolves’ Norman Deeley, Alan Finney who notched up 455 league appearances for Sheffield Wednesday and Sunderland’s long-serving Len Ashurst who played more than 400 games for the Black Cats. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Soccer Sketch (Footballers of 50s and 60s) 2010
Neill Football Soccer Stars of the 50s 2001 Soccer Stars of the 50s 2001 10 - Philip Neill has made a speciality of recalling those golden days of football, the 1950s and ‘60s. This set of ten head and shoulders colour portraits from original artwork includes the likes of Derek Dougan, Joe Harvey and Jack Charlton, with career details on the back. Size 68 x 36mm.\r\n
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Soccer Stars of the 50s 2001

Soccer Stars of the 50s 2001

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Neill Football Soccer Stars of the 60s 2001 Soccer Stars of the 60s 2001 10 - Glory. World Cup ’66, Geoff Hurst’s hat-trick, they think it’s all over. These are memories to relish and we can re-live them with the help of this set, in the same format as the Stars of the 50s set. Apart from Geoff we see the likes of Martin Chivers, Mike England, Jimmy Armfield, George Eastham and Peter Shilton in ten head and shoulders colour portraits with career details on the back. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Soccer Stars of the 60s 2001

Soccer Stars of the 60s 2001

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Neill Football Striker Soccer Cards (of the 70s) 1st Series 2009 Striker Soccer Cards (of the 70s) 1st Series 2009 10 - This series of football caricatures (not in colour this time) Philip Neill has selected ten of the greatest British forwards including Bobby Moore, Alan Ball, Denis Law, Cyrille Regis and Alan Mullery who captained both Fulham and Spurs and more recently has been a regular contributor to Sky Sports. A bit of dodgy proof-reading on the Mullery card back refers to his “extinguished playing career” and his part in “the 1097 World Cup Finals”. Size 68 x 37mm. Full list of cards, 1. Alan Ball, 2. Norman Piper, 3. Eric Skeels, 4. Bobby Moore, 5. Brian Greenhoff, 6. Derek Parkin, 7. Denis Law, 8. Alan Mullery, 9. Cyrille Regis, 10. Peter Thompson.
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Striker Soccer Cards (of the 70s) 1st Series 2009
Neill Football Striker Soccer Cards (of the 70s) 2nd Series 2009 Striker Soccer Cards (of the 70s) 2nd Series 2009 10 - Philip Neill is an accomplished artist, and these monochrome caricatures are extremely good likenesses of top goal-scorers in English League and Cup football during the 1970s, including Martin Buchan, Manchester United’s captain and Scotland International Stuart Pearson who won F.A Cup medals with both Manchester United and West Ham, Spurs’ Argentine striker Ricky Villa, and Trevor Brooking, the West Ham hero who was knighted in 2004, as revealed in career highlights on the card backs. Size 68 x 36mm. Full list of players. 1. Ricky Villa, 2. Martin Buchan, 3. Dave Watson, 4. Don Givens, 5. Trevor Brooking, 6. Peter Mellor, 7. Trevor Cherry, 8. Tommy Hutchison, 9. Stuart Pearson, 10.Ray Graydon
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Striker Soccer Cards (of the 70s) 2nd Series 2009
Neill Football Ten of the Best George Best (Footballer) 2000 Ten of the Best George Best (Footballer) 2000 10 - One of the greatest footballers the game has produced, George Best, is the subject of this series of colour portraits which take us from the time the Belfast lad was spotted at the age of 15 by a Manchester United scout through the highs and lows to the end of his playing career with the Brisbane Lions in Australia twenty-two years later. Size 68 x 36mm
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Ten of the Best George Best (Footballer) 2000
Neill Football The Lisbon Lions (Celtic European Cup Winners) 1999 The Lisbon Lions (Celtic European Cup Winners) 1999 12 - The “Lisbon Lions” is the name given to Glasgow Celtic’s team which beat Inter Milan in the Estadio da Luz on 25th May 1967 to become the first British side to win the European Cup. Steve Chambers (Number 9 in this series) scored the winning goal. Willie Wallace4 (No 8) scored twice in the semi-final, and then there’s Bobby Murdoch, Billy McNeill, Ronnie Simpson, etc. Eleven in all, plus manager Jock Stein – in first class colour caricatures with numbered black and white text backs. Size 69 x 36mm
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The Lisbon Lions (Celtic European Cup Winners) 1999
Neill Football Third Lanark Favourites (Footballers) 2009 Third Lanark Favourites (Footballers) 2009 10 - Why chose Third Lanark, hardly the most fashionable of clubs for this tribute series, and where did he find the pictures on which to base his full length colour caricatures? Only Philip Neill knows the answer. Anyway, here we have ten Cathkin Park heroes who between them had careers with the Thirds from 1901 to 1967 indeed Alan McKay (card no.10) played his last game for the club on 25th April 1967, which was also the final match to be played at Cathkin Park.
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Third Lanark Favourites (Footballers) 2009
 
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