Everton Heroes and Legends 2012
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

Issuer: Neill Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: 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. Number of cards in set: 10

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