Arsenal Goalscorers The Modern Era 2010
Rockwell Football Arsenal Goalscorers The Modern Era 2010 Arsenal Goalscorers The Modern Era 2010 10 - “The modern era” in this context extends from the 1960s (Joe Baker and John Radford) through to 2006/7 with Dennis Bergkamp and Thierry Henri, ten in all shown in sepia full length action photos with excellent, very comprehensive descriptive backs full of interesting facts about each player and his career, Ian Wright, for instance, worked on a building site until his early twenties, Malcolm MacDonald was snapped up for £333,333, Frank Stapleton departed Highbury on a sour note, and Thierry Henri won the English player of the year award a record three times before departing for Barcelona. Size 67 x 36mm
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Arsenal Goalscorers The Modern Era 2010

Issuer: Rockwell Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: “The modern era” in this context extends from the 1960s (Joe Baker and John Radford) through to 2006/7 with Dennis Bergkamp and Thierry Henri, ten in all shown in sepia full length action photos with excellent, very comprehensive descriptive backs full of interesting facts about each player and his career, Ian Wright, for instance, worked on a building site until his early twenties, Malcolm MacDonald was snapped up for £333,333, Frank Stapleton departed Highbury on a sour note, and Thierry Henri won the English player of the year award a record three times before departing for Barcelona. Size 67 x 36mm Number of cards in set: 10

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