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Kane Football Football Clubs and Colours 1957 Football Clubs and Colours 1957 25 -
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Football Clubs and Colours 1957

Kane - 25 in set

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Beautiful Game Football Football Greats Sir Tom Finney 1999 Football Greats Sir Tom Finney 1999 LT4 - This is a sub-set to add to the LT50 Football Greats, and comprises four cards dedicated to Tom Finney who spent his entire playing career with Preston North End and was capped 76 times by England. A mixture of black and white and colour photos on the front and different pictures plus tribute, text on the backs honouring the football legend who was knighted in 1998. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Football Greats Sir Tom Finney 1999

Beautiful Game - LT4 in set

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Coca Cola Football Football Match World Cup USA 1994 (Scratch Cards) Football Match World Cup USA 1994 (Scratch Cards) LT10 - This is a series of ten colour cards of football action on which is printed “Coca Cola Football Match” and a list of prizes. The backs are divided into two sections the left being “Goal Match” and the right “Player Match”, each with answers to be revealed by scratching a silver box to match the information as stated in the rules. Size 87 x 61mm
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Top Trumps Football Football South Africa 2010 World Cup Goalscorers 2010 Football South Africa 2010 World Cup Goalscorers 2010 L30 - Six different boxed sets each of 30 cards were produced by Top Trumps in the run up to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Do Not underestimate the quality of these cards. The production is excellent. Size 100 x 62mm, each bears a colour photo and descriptive text. Goalscorers – Kaka, Tevez, Xavi, Henry, Torres, Messi and Rooney are among the world class players at the top of their form. The thirty stars clocked up more than 600 goals before the tournament.
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Top Trumps Football Football South Africa 2010 World Cup Keepers and Defenders 2010 Football South Africa 2010 World Cup Keepers and Defenders 2010 L30 - Six different boxed sets each of 30 cards were produced by Top Trumps in the run up to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Do Not underestimate the quality of these cards. The production is excellent. Size 100 x 62mm, each bears a colour photo and descriptive text. Keepers and Defenders. Buffon, Casillas and Cannavaro each has more than 100 caps as evidence of their defensive worth at the highest level. Rio Ferdinand, Ashley Cole and John Terry making up the English contingent.
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Top Trumps Football Football South Africa 2010 World Cup Legends 2010 Football South Africa 2010 World Cup Legends 2010 L30 - Six different boxed sets each of 30 cards were produced by Top Trumps in the run up to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Do Not underestimate the quality of these cards. The production is excellent. Size 100 x 62mm, each bears a colour photo and descriptive text. Legends. Pele, Best, Moore, Hurst, Ronaldo, and as far back as the 1930s with Meazza, the Italian all-time great. These thirty are all true legends of the beautiful game.
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Top Trumps Football Football South Africa 2010 World Cup Managers 2010 Football South Africa 2010 World Cup Managers 2010 L30 - Six different boxed sets each of 30 cards were produced by Top Trumps in the run up to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Do Not underestimate the quality of these cards. The production is excellent. Size 100 x 62mm, each bears a colour photo and descriptive text. Managers. A fair sprinkling of Brits are among these thirty noted for their management success Alf Ramsey, Bobby Robson, Jack Stein, Bob Paisley, Bill Nicholson, Brian Clough, Bill Shankly, Matt Busby, Alex Ferguson and Martin O’Neill. Over-represented perhaps in the world context.
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Top Trumps Football Football South Africa 2010 World Cup Moments 2010 Football South Africa 2010 World Cup Moments 2010 L30 - Six different boxed sets each of 30 cards were produced by Top Trumps in the run up to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Do Not underestimate the quality of these cards. The production is excellent. Size 100 x 62mm, each bears a colour photo and descriptive text. Moments. They think it’s all over, Maradona’s hand of god, Pickles the mongrel who found the stolen trophy, Gazza’s tears. Thirty dramatic incidents in World Cup history.
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Top Trumps Football Football South Africa 2010 World Cup Stadiums 2010 Football South Africa 2010 World Cup Stadiums 2010 L30 - Six different boxed sets each of 30 cards were produced by Top Trumps in the run up to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Do Not underestimate the quality of these cards. The production is excellent. Size 100 x 62mm, each bears a colour photo and descriptive text. Stadiums. South Africa’s Soccer City is joined by 29 other famous stadiums around the world, including the new Wembley, San Siro, Stade de France, Old Trafford, Celtic Park and Highbury (but not the Emirates)iconic venues indeed.
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Sporting Profiles Football Liverpool F.C. European Cup Finals 1977-2005 Programme Covers 2006 Liverpool F.C. European Cup Finals 1977-2005 Programme Covers 2006 L6 - May 25th, 2005 was a memorable day for British football. Liverpool, playing against A.C. Milan in the final of the Champions League were 3-0 down at half time, but made an inspired recovery to draw level and then win the penalty shoot-out. The programme cover for this match in Istanbul is one of the six in this set, the others being vs Borussia Moenchengladbach (1977), Brugge (1978), Real Madrid (1981), Roma (1984) and Juventus (1985). The backs make a picture of the cup alongside legendary former manager Bob Paisley. Size 78 x 64mm.
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Topps (UK) Football Match Attax 2014/15 The Empty Special Album 2014 Match Attax 2014/15 The Empty Special Album 2014 1 -
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Topps (UK) Football Match Attax 2016/17 The Empty Special Album 2016 Match Attax 2016/17 The Empty Special Album 2016 1 -
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Topps (UK) Football Match Attax Extra 2016/17 Freestylers (purple back) 2017 Match Attax Extra 2016/17 Freestylers (purple back) 2017 LT4 -
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Topps (UK) Football Match Attax World Cup 2010 International Masters ((Red back foil fronts) 2010 Match Attax World Cup 2010 International Masters ((Red back foil fronts) 2010 LT8 - Accompanying the main set there are five sub-sets in the same general format, although some have foil fronts. So we have the following :LT8 International Masters. These eight cards have foil fronts and feature three ‘100 club’ footballers (Moore, Pele, Maradona) plus five ‘Man of the Match’ (Zidane, Beckenbauer, Zoff, Cruyff, Eusebio).
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Sheldon Football Match of the Day Aldershot Town v Accrington Stanley (10.8.03) 2004 Match of the Day Aldershot Town v Accrington Stanley (10.8.03) 2004 L10 - Commemorates Aldershot Town’s promotion from the Ryman to the Conference League, featuring colour action pictures of the Shots first home match at the higher level on August 10th 2003 when they scored a 2-1 victory over Accrington Stanley, themselves newly promoted from the Northern Premier League, the culmination of the long road back since the new Stanley Club was formed in 1968. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Sheldon Football Match of the Day Cwmbran Town v Maccabi Haifa (14.8.03) 2004 Match of the Day Cwmbran Town v Maccabi Haifa (14.8.03) 2004 L10 - Then turn the clock back to August 14th 2003 and the Cwmbran Stadium in South Wales where a crowd of 1,042 cheered Cwmbran Town’s appearance in the U.E.F.A. Cup First Qualifying Round, 1st Leg versus Israel champions Maccabi Haifa. What they saw, as shown in the colour pictures on these cards, Sheldon’s third in their “Match of the Day” series, was a spirited display by the gallant underdogs, a proud day for the part-timers who were not disgraced by a 3-0 defeat. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Sheldon Football Match of the Day Rochdale v Yeovil Town F C (9.8.03) 2003 Match of the Day Rochdale v Yeovil Town F C (9.8.03) 2003 L10 - “Match of the Century”, more like, for Yeovil Town F.C, the day, August 9th 2003, when “The Glovers” came away from Rochdale with a 3-1 victory on their debut match after gaining promotion to the Football League for the first time in their 108 year history. If ever a set of cards was justified to celebrate a worthy occasion this is it, colour action pictures from the match, team photo, club badge etc, back by descriptive text, which includes details of Yeovil’s extra-ordinary giant-killing achievements over the years. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Brooke Bond Brooke Bond Tea Card Issues Play Better Soccer 1976 Play Better Soccer 1976 40 - This colourful set gives hints on how to play better soccer from the likes of Mick Channon, Ray Clemence, Gerry Francis etc. The fronts demonstrate a technique whilst the backs explain what to do and there is an advert for an album to house these cards in that included an introduction from England team manager Don Revie which was free from the issuers if you bought ½lb of P. G Tips tea. The hints include taking a penalty kick, dummying, saving a hard shot, the defensive wall, the banana shot, interception etc. Tips like these are always useful for any budding footy star. The original album to house these cards was also re-issued with white pages. Cards size 68 x 36mm.
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Play Better Soccer 1976

Brooke Bond - 40 in set

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B P Petrol Football Team England (World Cup) 1998 Special Album Team England (World Cup) 1998 Special Album 1 -
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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

Rockwell - 10 in set

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Rockwell Football Classic Football Teams Before The First World War 2000 Classic Football Teams Before The First World War 2000 10 - The team names will be just as familiar today as they were then – Manchester United, Liverpool, Everton, Tottenham, Aston Villa etc., although the kit was somewhat different. Indeed the 1886 Blackburn Rovers F.A. Cup winning team look as if they are wearing long-johns! Also available in a larger (79 x 62mm) size, these are good clear black and white photographs within a colour border and the backs have a first-class history of the club up to the date of the picture. Size 67 x 36mm.
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Rockwell Football Classic Football Teams of the 1960s (1999) Classic Football Teams of the 1960s (1999) 10 - Recalling a golden age of English football, these are black and white pictures within a coloured border featuring top teams in their glory years, namely Liverpool, Arsenal, Leeds, Manchester City and United, Everton, Burnley, Wolves, Spurs and West Ham with text backs summarizing their achievements. Also available in a larger size. This set is size 67 x 35mm.
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Rockwell Football Classic Gunners (Arsenal F C) 2010 Classic Gunners (Arsenal F C) 2010 7 - Here we see sepia photographs of six Arsenal teams from 1931 League Champions through to the victorious 1989 side which under George Graham narrowly lifted the title from Liverpool. Included also are 1971 League/Cup double winners of 1971 (Charlie George looks a bit grumpy on the front row) and the 1936 F.A. Cup winners with Hapgood, Bastin and Ted Drake (who scored the winner). Good informative texts. The seventh card provides interesting facts about the club’s history and achievements. Size 67 x 36mm. (These are basically a smaller version of the set issued in 2001, but without the red border and with red captions instead of yellow).
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Classic Gunners (Arsenal F C) 2010

Rockwell - 7 in set

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Rockwell Football Classic Spurs (Tottenham Hotspur F.C) 2010 Classic Spurs (Tottenham Hotspur F.C) 2010 7 - The Gunners north London rivals, Spurs, have many famous victories to cherish, as we discover on the back of the unnumbered ‘Cover’ card, the front of which pictures, I believe, Danny Blanchflower lifting the 1961 F.A. Cup, the year Tottenham did the League/Cup double as shown on the fourth card in this series of sepia team photographs which begin with the 1901 F.A. Cup winners and ends with the 1981 side when Ricardo Villa scored the winner in the Cup Final replay against Manchester City. Size 67 x 36mm. (These are basically a smaller version of the set issued in 2002 but with blue captions instead of yellow).
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Sporting Profiles Football England World Cup 1966 (Programme Covers, Posters and Ticket) 2006 England World Cup 1966 (Programme Covers, Posters and Ticket) 2006 L6 - We all know the result from when England played West Germany in the final at Wembley to win the Jules Rimet Cup on July 30th, 1966 and the souvenir programme (price 2/6) cover is on one of the cards in this set, which also includes a copy of the “World Cup Willy” poster and other memorabilia including a ticket (South Stand £5) for the final. Can we meet and beat the Germans on their turf next time? We’ll soon know. The backs make up into a picture of the team. Size 78 x 64mm.
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Rockwell Football Flying So High West Ham United 1964-66 (2005) Flying So High West Ham United 1964-66 (2005) 10 - Two seasons in the 1960s brought glory to West Ham United. Under manager Ron Greenwood and an enviable youth system the Hammers had established themselves amongst England’s elite football clubs, culminating in their 1964 victory in the F.A. Cup, beating Preston 3-2 at Wembley, followed by a draw with Liverpool in the Charity Shield, and then, in 1965 they lifted the European Cup Winners Cup under captain Bobby Moore. Action photos of these great matches are depicted on these cards, with full descriptions on the backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Topps (UK) Football Match Attax Extra 2014/15 New Signings (The 9 foil fronted cards from the set of 21) 2015 Match Attax Extra 2014/15 New Signings (The 9 foil fronted cards from the set of 21) 2015 LT9 out of 21 - The new signings included in this part set of footballers with foil fronts are Swansea’s Kyle Naughton, Jermain Defoe of Sunderland, Stoke’s Philipp Wollscheid, Saint’s, Eljero Elia, QPR’s Mauro Zarate, Man City’s Wilfred Bony, Andrej Kramaric of Leicester, Yaya Sanogo of Crystal Palace and Charles Gil of Aston Villa. As with the Hat-Trick Hero cards these have foil fronts and club logo on the reverse. Size 88 x 64mm. For the other 12 cards in this set which have standard white fronts see Match Attax Extra 2014/15 New Signings (The 12 standard white cards from the set of 21) 2015
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Rockwell Football Relegated to History Englands Lost Football Grounds 2004 Relegated to History Englands Lost Football Grounds 2004 10 - Nine League grounds abandoned for re-development whilst their clubs built modern stadia on pastures new, plus Wembley, are pictured in this series, The small size cards are colour photographs of the old grounds. Descriptive backs Size 68 x 37mm
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Rockwell Football Spurs 1960-63 The Glory Years (Tottenham Hotspur F C) 2005 Spurs 1960-63 The Glory Years (Tottenham Hotspur F C) 2005 10 - What a period that was for Spurs. From winning the double in 1960-1 through to victory in the European Cup Winners Cup against Athletico Madrid in 1963, the fans at White Hart Lane have never had it so good, and the full details of the glory years are revealed on the backs of these cards, including F.A Cup wins in 1961 and 1962. The sepia photos show us some of the action, and the last card pictures the Tottenham team after their 5-1 win against the Spanish side. sizes 67 x 36mm
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Rockwell Football Spurs Great Post-War Goalscorers Series 1 (Tottenham Hotspur FC) 2007 Spurs Great Post-War Goalscorers Series 1 (Tottenham Hotspur FC) 2007 10 - The first of two series of black and white photos of ten Tottenham footballers in action features some of the big names who turned out at White Hart Lane between the 1950s and 1970s scoring more than 1,300 goals between them – Gilzean, Chivers, Greaves etc – players which will be forever in Spurs’ hall of fame. Biographical and career details on the backs. Size 67 x 36mm
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Rockwell Football Spurs Great Post-War Goalscorers Series 2 (Tottenham Hotspur FC) 2007 Spurs Great Post-War Goalscorers Series 2 (Tottenham Hotspur FC) 2007 10 - For the second series we move on to goal-scorers who delighted the North London crowds fro the 1970s onwards, from John Duncan and Glen Hoddle, Crooks, Archibald and Lineker, through to Klinsmann, Sherringham and Keane – none of who could equal Jimmy Greaves’ strike-rate of 70%, Clive Allen coming closest with 84 goals in 124 appearances, as emerges from the stats on the backs. Size 67 x 36mm
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Sporting Profiles Football Tottenham Hotspur League Cup 2008 Programme Covers 2008 Tottenham Hotspur League Cup 2008 Programme Covers 2008 L6 - To the delight of Spurs followers the first of the 2008 season’s major football cups is now in the trophy cabinet at White Hart Lane following Tottenham’s 2-1 win over Chelsea at Wembley on February 24th, the programme cover for which is reproduced on the final card in this set which records the club’s progress from the third round tie v Middlesbrough via Blackpool, Man. City and Arsenal. Players listed on the backs. Size 78 x 60mm.
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Lychgate Press Football 60s Soccer Stars 2006 60s Soccer Stars 2006 10 - These colour caricatures are good likenesses of ten footballers of the 1960s, including Scottish International and Leeds Captain Billy Bremner, George Cohen who joined Fulham straight from school and spent his entire professional career at the club, and Burnley’s Jimmy McIlroy who, when his playing days were over, went on to manage Bolton for just 18 days, with career history on the backs. Size 68 x 36mm
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60s Soccer Stars 2006

Lychgate Press - 10 in set

£5.00

Trade Cards Europe Football Arsenal F.C. Fans Selection (embossed) 1998 Arsenal F.C. Fans Selection (embossed) 1998 LT18 -
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Arsenal F.C. Fans Selection (embossed) 1998

Trade Cards Europe - LT18 in set

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Sporting Profiles Football Arsenal FC F.A. Cup Winners 1930 Programme Covers 2006 Arsenal FC F.A. Cup Winners 1930 Programme Covers 2006 L8 - Arsenal’s 1930 cup run is recalled on these reproductions of programme covers (one penny or tuppence each, sixpence for the final) charting the team’s progress from the Third Round in January 1st to Wembley on April 26th, disposing of Chelsea, Birmingham City, West Ham and Hull City along the way, ultimately victorious 2-0 against Huddersfield Town. The Arsenal team for each match is listed on the backs. Interestingly, the league table on the front of the West Ham match programme shows Arsenal fifth from bottom on March 30th! Size 78 x 60mm.
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Sporting Profiles Football Arsenal FC F.A. Cup Winners 1971 Programme Covers 2006 Arsenal FC F.A. Cup Winners 1971 Programme Covers 2006 L9 - One shilling or two shillings each these programmes, some with the decimal equivalent alongside,can it really be that long since the currency changed? These colour reproductions take us from the Third Round versus Yeovil Town on January 6th, via Portsmouth, Manchester City, Leicester City and Stoke City, to Wembley on May 8th for the final in which the Gunners beat Liverpool 2-1. The team for each match is listed on the backs. Size 78 x 60mm
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Football Card Collector Football Association Footballers (of the 1960s) 2012 Association Footballers (of the 1960s) 2012 10 - These sepia head and shoulders photographs feature players who made their reputation in the late 1950s and/or 1960s, with name above and team below printed in the club colours, including Chelsea and England goalie Peter Bonetti who was born in Putney and strayed only as far as Stamford Bridge for a career extending to 729 matches, Johnny Morrissey who played for Liverpool before switching to arch-rivals Everton, and Manchester City’s Bobby Kennedy – one of three Scottish born stars in the set. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Association Footballers (of the 1960s) 2012

Football Card Collector - 10 in set

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Football Card Collector Football Association Footballers (of the 1960s) 2nd Series 2012 Association Footballers (of the 1960s) 2nd Series 2012 10 - Following the first series, here we have another selection of sepia head and shoulders photos featuring players who made their name in the late 1950s/or 1960s, with name above and tea below printed in club colours, including Norman Hunter who played 540 league games for Leeds, Terry Venables in his time at Chelsea (misspelt Vanables on the card back) and Leicester’s goalie Gordon Banks a member of England’s 1966 World Cup side. Career details on the backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Association Footballers (of the 1960s) 2nd Series 2012

Football Card Collector - 10 in set

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Football Card Collector Football Association Footballers (of the 1960s) 3rd Series 2012 (Numbers 5 to 10 issued without makers name on back at base) Association Footballers (of the 1960s) 3rd Series 2012 (Numbers 5 to 10 issued without makers name on back at base) 10 - Following the second series mentioned in Card Collectors News in October 2012, here we have a further selection of sepia head and shoulders photos of players who made their name in the late 1950s or 1960s, with name above and team printed below in club colours, including Villa’s Peter McParland famous for scoring one of the most controversial F.A. Cup winning goals in history, full-back Tom Garrett who played more than 300 games for Blackpool and Chelsea’s wing-half Sylvan Anderton. Career details on the back. Card numbers 1 to 4 have “Football Card Collector” below the text, numbers 5 to 10 have a black strip. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Trade Cards Europe Football Aston Villa F.C. Fans Selection (embossed) 1998 Aston Villa F.C. Fans Selection (embossed) 1998 LT18 -
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Aston Villa F.C. Fans Selection (embossed) 1998

Trade Cards Europe - LT18 in set

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