Renowned Footballers Series 1 1999
Quess Cards Football Renowned Footballers Series 1 1999 Renowned Footballers Series 1 1999 M20 - These are head and shoulder colour caricatures of famous players of the past, backed by informative text are well worth adding to any collection. Among those featured are Lord Kinnaird who played as an amateur in 9 F.A. Cup Finals between 1873 and 1883 and was president of the F.A. for forty-three years, Arsenal’s Alex James, Jimmy Greaves of Spurs, Tommy Lawton who was leading goal scorer in 1949/50, England captain Bobby Moore, Man United manager Matt Busby, Everton’s Dixie Dean, ‘Golden Boy’ Wilf Mannion, England hat-trick scorer Geoff Hurst, Man. City goalie Bert Trautmann, John Goodall who had 14 England caps and also played cricket for Derbyshire, Man. United’s Denis Law, Hughie Gallacher of Newcastle, Cliff Bastin, Brian Clough who later managed Notts. Forest and the legendary Stanley Matthews who became football’s first knight in January 1965. Size 67 x 40mm
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Renowned Footballers Series 1 1999

Issuer: Quess Cards Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: These are head and shoulder colour caricatures of famous players of the past, backed by informative text are well worth adding to any collection. Among those featured are Lord Kinnaird who played as an amateur in 9 F.A. Cup Finals between 1873 and 1883 and was president of the F.A. for forty-three years, Arsenal’s Alex James, Jimmy Greaves of Spurs, Tommy Lawton who was leading goal scorer in 1949/50, England captain Bobby Moore, Man United manager Matt Busby, Everton’s Dixie Dean, ‘Golden Boy’ Wilf Mannion, England hat-trick scorer Geoff Hurst, Man. City goalie Bert Trautmann, John Goodall who had 14 England caps and also played cricket for Derbyshire, Man. United’s Denis Law, Hughie Gallacher of Newcastle, Cliff Bastin, Brian Clough who later managed Notts. Forest and the legendary Stanley Matthews who became football’s first knight in January 1965. Size 67 x 40mm Number of cards in set: M20 Abbreviations used for Number In Set:
EL = Extra Large; LT = Large Trade ( size 89 x 64mm); L = Large; M = Medium; K = Miniature.

Price for complete set: Only £10.00

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