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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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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

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Football Card Collector Football Soccer Heroes (1950/60s) 1st Series 2014 Soccer Heroes (1950/60s) 1st Series 2014 10 - Here we have a collection of ten black and white photos of footballers whose careers blossomed in the twenty years or so after the war. Perhaps the most famous is Manchester United’s (and England’s) Duncan Edwards who was killed in the 1958 Munich air disaster. Among the others we see Plymouth Argyle’s Jack Chisholm who played 175 league matches for the Pilgrims as well as playing county cricket for Middlesex, and West Brom’s Jim Sanders with almost 400 league appearances for the Baggies and an F.A. Cup Winners medal in 1954 as described on the card backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Soccer Heroes (1950/60s) 1st Series 2014

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Football Card Collector Football Soccer Heroes (1950/60s) 2nd Series 2014 Soccer Heroes (1950/60s) 2nd Series 2014 10 - Here we have 2nd series of ten black and white photos of footballers who were playing in the early fifties and sixties. Among those featured are David Herd who played 166 league games for Arsenal, Portsmouth centre-half Cyril Rutter, Tommy Eglington who played for Everton for 10 years and Geoff Bradford who turned down Liverpool to stay with Bristol Rovers. The backs give details of the player and career history. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Soccer Heroes (1950/60s) 2nd Series 2014

Football Card Collector - 10 in set

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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

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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

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Lychgate Press Football Soccer Parade (Footballers of the 1960/70s) 1st Series 2015 Soccer Parade (Footballers of the 1960/70s) 1st Series 2015 10 - This set of ten tinted caricatures features footballers whose playing career spanned the 1960/70s. This set is the 1st Series and there is also a 2nd Series, but unfortunately neither of them have 1st or 2nd Series on them so you cannot tell them apart so therefore we list the players on the cards. Number 1 is Newcastle United’s John McGrath, No. 2 is Jim Furnell of Burnley, No. 3 is Ted McDougall who joined Bournemouth in 1969, No. 4 is Chelsea’s David Webb. No. 5 is Jimmy Johnstone of Celtic, No. 6 is Jimmy Robertson of Tottenham, No. 7 is Tony Book of Manchester City, No. 8 is Alex Young who played 227 league games for Everton, No. 9 is Arsenal's John Sammuel and No. 10 is Keith Weller of Millwall. The numbered backs contain a brief career history. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Lychgate Press Football Soccer Parade (Footballers of the 1960/70s) 2nd Series (Not marked 2nd Series) 2015 Soccer Parade (Footballers of the 1960/70s) 2nd Series (Not marked 2nd Series) 2015 10 - Set of 10 pink tinted caricatures of famous footballers from the 1960s and ‘70s. Rather confusingly they are not marked 2nd series so they can not be distinguished from the first issue, so we have listed them. Chelsea’s Barry Bridges (card no. 1), Dennis Clarke of Huddersfield Town (2), Steve Kember who began and ended his career with Crystal Palace (3), Cyril Knowles of Spurs (4), Newcastle’s Malcolm MacDonald (5), Manchester City’s Bobby Kennedy (6), West Ham and England legend Bobby Moore (7), Aston Villa’s Willie Anderson (8), Scottish born Manchester United player Martin Buchan (9) and Stoke’s Eddie Clamp (10). The numbered backs contain a brief career history, but Series. Size 68 x 36mm.
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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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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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Jensen Print Football Soccer Stars (1960s Footballers) 1st Series 1998 Soccer Stars (1960s Footballers) 1st Series 1998 10 - These colour photos feature a selection of top footballer from the 1960s era, starting with Leicester City's (and England's) goalie Gordon Banks, whilst other Internationals include Dennis Law (Manchester United and Scotland), Brian Labone (Everton and England), Francis Lee (Manchester City and England) and Peter Osgood (Chelsea and England). Small amount of information on the backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Jensen Print Football Soccer Stars (1960s Footballers) 2nd Series 1998 Soccer Stars (1960s Footballers) 2nd Series 1998 10 - The best of the recent proliferation of retrospective soccer series for being good colour photos - some head and shoulders, others full length - but falling short for lacking descriptions other than just name and team, among those featured are Tony Brook of Manchester City, Jimmy Johnstone (Celtic) and Manchester United's George Best. Size 68 x 36mm.
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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

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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

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Richards Collection Football Soccer Stars of Yesteryear 4th Series 1998 Soccer Stars of Yesteryear 4th Series 1998 25 -
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Soccer Stars of Yesteryear 4th Series 1998

Richards Collection - 25 in set

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Sheldon Football Stalybridge Celtic Football Club 1996 Stalybridge Celtic Football Club 1996 20 -
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Stalybridge Celtic Football Club 1996

Sheldon - 20 in set

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Empire Collections Football Star Footballers (of the 1940s and 50s) 1st Series 2017 Star Footballers (of the 1940s and 50s) 1st Series 2017 10 - This set by Empire Collection contains sepia photos of players in action with numbered backs which give career details. The footballers featured are Southampton’s Eric Day who made over 400 appearances for the club, Johnny King of Leicester, Irish born Peter Farrell of Everton, Coventry’s Jim Sanders who only made 10 league appearances before retiring, West Brom’s Jack Vernon, Hibernian’s Gordon Smith who also made 19 appearances for Scotland, George Thompson of Preston North End and England B international keeper, Frank Lock of Charlton Athletic, Swansea’s Alf Bellis and Ronnie Dicks of Middlesbrough. Size 68 x 36mm
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Star Footballers (of the 1940s and 50s) 1st Series 2017

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Empire Collections Football Star Footballers (of the 1940s and 50s) 2nd Series 2017 Star Footballers (of the 1940s and 50s) 2nd Series 2017 10 - This 2nd series contains sepia photos of players in action with numbered backs which give career details. The footballers this time are Don Revie who was part of the Manchester City team that were F A Cup runners up in 1955, Port Vale legend Roy Sproson who was associated with the club for over 20 years, Jim Towers of Brentford, Accrington Stanley’s striker George Stewart, Stoke City’s Tim Coleman, Vic Metcalfe of Huddersfield who scored 87 goals in his 12 years at the club, Jack Stamps of Derby County who was part of the victorious side which beat Charlton 4-1 in the F A Cup Final, Bill Nicholson who spend his entire career with Spurs, Scottish born Blackburn Rovers right-winger Frank Mooney and Welsh star Des Tennant who played over 400 games for Brighton & Hove Albion. As before the numbered backs give details and the size is 68 x 36mm.
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Star Footballers (of the 1940s and 50s) 2nd Series 2017

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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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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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Sporting Profiles Football Sunderland F. C. F A Cup Winners 1973 Programmes Covers 2007 Sunderland F. C. F A Cup Winners 1973 Programmes Covers 2007 L9 - Sunderland 1 Leeds O. Glory indeed for the Roker warriors in their red stripes as they celebrated on the Wembley turf with manager Bob Stokoe on May 5th 1973. A reproduction of the programme (15p) is on the last card in this series, the backs of which make up into a cup final ticket (£1). Other match programme covers include the ties versus Manchester City and Arsenal. Size 78 x 60mm.
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Soccer Star Cards Football Super Soccer (Footballers from the 1950s to 1970s) 2019 Super Soccer (Footballers from the 1950s to 1970s) 2019 10 - This is another football set which this time features players from the 1950s to 1970s period who include Leeds United’s Gary Sprake, Welsh born Ron Davies of Southampton, Man. City’s Denis Law later played for rivals Man. United, Birmingham’s Gordon Taylor better known as head of the P.F.A., West Brom’s Jeff Astle, Derek Dougan of Wolves who later managed the club, Stoke’s Geoff Hurst who was also one of the heroes of England’s 1966 World Cup victory, Bob Hatton of Blackpool, Sunderland’s Frank Worthington who was Division One top scorer in the 1978/79 season and Don rogers of Crystal Palace. The numbered backs have plenty of information on the players and their careers making this an appealing set for any football fan. Cards size 68 x 36mm
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Super Soccer Stars Football Super Soccer Stars (Footballers from the 1960s and 70s) 2019 Super Soccer Stars (Footballers from the 1960s and 70s) 2019 10 - This issuer is new to us, but their football set is nicely done and makes a welcome addition. It pictures in colour some of the legends of the past such as Rodney Marsh of Manchester City, Notts. Forest’s Tony Woodcock who later played in Germany, Liverpool’s Tommy Smith, Bryan Robson who signed for Newcastle in 1962, Hull’s Stuart Pearson who played 15 times for England, Stoke and Ireland star Terry Conroy, Charlie George of Arsenal, footballing legend George Best pictured in Hibrnian kit, Norman Hunter of Leeds United and Sammy McIlroy of Manchester United who was Matt Busby’s last signing for the club. The numbered backs contain plenty of interesting information for instance we learn that George Best was sacked by Hibs for going drinking with the French rugby side and not turning up at the Hibs ground until a week later! Cards size 68 x 36mm
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Wingate Cards Football Team Line-Ups (1950s and 1960s Football Teams) 2014 Team Line-Ups (1950s and 1960s Football Teams) 2014 10 - Black and white photos of football league teams from the 1950s or 1960s are the basis of this set. The club and each player (plus manager and trainer where present) are named on the backs enabling you to pick out individuals such as Billy Wright in the centre of the Wolves picture, Jack Charlton in the back row at Leeds and Tom Finney front row at Preston. Size 68 x 36mm.
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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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Casey Cards Football The Casey (Football Stars of the 60s) 2010 The Casey (Football Stars of the 60s) 2010 10 - “The Casey”, apparently, is a Northern term for an old-type lace-up leather football with a pigs bladder. So now you know! Here we have colour head and shoulders photos of footballers whose careers peaked in the 1950s and ‘60s with details on the back, among them Ron Flowers who clocked up 467 league appearances for Wolves and played in almost 50 England internationals, Scotland international and long-serving Liverpool player Billy Liddell, and Everton goalkeeper Albert Dunlop. Size 68 x 36mm.
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The Casey (Football Stars of the 60s) 2010

Casey Cards - 10 in set

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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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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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Football Collector Cards Football Top Star Football Cards (Footballers of the 1950s) 1st Series 2010 Top Star Football Cards (Footballers of the 1950s) 1st Series 2010 10 - These are black and white photos of footballers from the 1950s set within a red frameline with their name, club and mini footballer caricature underneath. The numbered backs sadly contain no information other than the player’s name and club and a black and white repeat of the caricature on the front. The ten concerned are Alf McMichael of Newcastle, Jimmy McIlroy of Burnley, Manchester City’s Roy Paul, Sunderland’s Trevor Ford, Ron Burgess of Spurs, Alf Sherwood of Cardiff, Leeds United’s John Charles, Ivor Allchurch of Swansea, Saint’s Fred Kierman and Dundee’s Billy Steel. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Football Collector Cards Football Top Star Football Cards (Footballers of the 1950s) 2nd Series 2010 Top Star Football Cards (Footballers of the 1950s) 2nd Series 2010 10 - As with the first series these are black and white photos of 1950’s footballers in a red surround with name, club and mini caricature on the front and black and white caricature, name and club on the numbered back. In this batch are Chelsea’s Bill Dickson, Sheffield Wednesday’s Derek Dooley, Jimmy Scoular of Portsmouth, Dunfermline’s Bobby Hailstones (whose name is spelt incorrectly on the front), Hibs Willie Ormond, Celtic’s Bobby Evans, Alex Forbes of Arsenal, Hearts Willie Bauld, Third Lanark’s Jimmy Mason and George Young of Rangers. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Football Collector Cards Football Top Star Football Cards (Footballers of the 50s & 60s) 3rd Series 2017 Top Star Football Cards (Footballers of the 50s & 60s) 3rd Series 2017 10 - As with the previous two series these are black and white pictures of players from the 1950s and 1960s with a red surround, name and footballer cartoon on the front and a repeat of the cartoon and name in black on the otherwise plain, numbered backs. Players include George O’Brien of Southampton, Mel Nurse of Swansea, Luton’s Sid Owen, Derek Pace of Walsall, Derby’s Jack Parry, Ray Parry of Blackpool, Leeds United’s Alan Peacock, George Petherbridge & Jack Pitt of Bristol Rovers and Middlesbrough’s Dick Robinson. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Neill Football Tottenham Heroes & Legends 2012 Tottenham Heroes & Legends 2012 10 - The artwork of Philip Neill himself is responsible for the strikingly accurate likenesses of these coloured head and shoulders portraits featuring ten footballers who played for Spurs from as far back as the 1950s with Danny Blanchflower through to more recent times with Gareth Bale and including Lineker, Mullery, Perryman, Klinsmann and Ginola, all heroes and legends with the fans at White Hart Lane, their astonishing achievements recounted on the card backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Tottenham Heroes & Legends 2012

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Sporting Profiles Football Tottenham Hotspur FA Cup Winners 1961 Programme Covers 2008 Tottenham Hotspur FA Cup Winners 1961 Programme Covers 2008 L8 - Charting the club’s progress through the various rounds ending with victory at Wembley, by means of colour reproductions of the original programme covers, as follows, Charlton, Villa, Sunderland and Burnley through to the final v Leicester (ticket 3/6, programme 1 shilling). Series of eight cards. Backs make up into a black and white sectional picture of the team. Size 78 x 60mm.
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Sporting Profiles Football Tottenham Hotspur FA Cup Winners 1967 Programme Covers 2008 Tottenham Hotspur FA Cup Winners 1967 Programme Covers 2008 L9 - Charting the club’s progress through the various rounds ending with victory at Wembley, by means of colour reproductions of the original programme covers, as follows :- 1967: Millwall, Portsmouth, Bristol City, Birmingham City, Notts. Forest, final v Chelsea (ticket ten shillings, programme 1 shilling). Series of nine cards. Backs make up into a black and white sectional picture of the team. Size 78 x 60mm.
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Sporting Profiles Football Tottenham Hotspur FA Cup Winners 1981 Programme Covers 2008 Tottenham Hotspur FA Cup Winners 1981 Programme Covers 2008 L9 - Charting the club’s progress through the various rounds ending with victory at Wembley, by means of colour reproductions of the original programme covers, as follows :- Q.P.R, Hull, Coventry, Exeter and Wolves through to Wembley v Manchester City and a one-one draw on 9th May. Won 3-2 in the replay on the following Wednesday. Backs list date, result and team members. Series of nine cards, Size 78 x 60mm.
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Neill Football Villa Cup Winners 1957 (Aston Villa F.C.) 2005 Villa Cup Winners 1957 (Aston Villa F.C.) 2005 12 - Aston Villa 2, Manchester United 1. That was the score in the F.A. Cup Final held at Wembley on May 4th , 1957. The eleven heroes of the winning team are remembered here in these excellent colour head and shoulders portraits. They include Peter McParland who scored Villa’s goals after United’s goalkeeper was injured, and team captain Johnny Dixon who spent all his professional career with the Villains, as we discover from the informative texts. No. 12 is a title card summarising the match highlights. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Neill Football Vintage Football of the 1900s 2005 Vintage Football of the 1900s 2005 10 - Keen followers of football history will no doubt recognize these players as the most talented of their generation. The ten selected by Philip Neill for these colour caricatures were no doubt idolised in their time. They include Bill Tremelling of Preston, Eli Fletcher (Man. City), Arthur Carlidge (Bristol Rovers), Reading’s Herbert Smith and Spurs’ James Dimmock. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Vintage Football of the 1900s 2005

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Neill Football Vintage Soccer Heroes 2005 Vintage Soccer Heroes 2005 15 - The last card states this is a set of 15 caricatures depicting football stars from the early days of the 20th century, which is not strictly true: 14 stars are caricatured, plus the last card. The black and white full-length pictures include G. Kay (West Ham), D. McKinlay (Liverpool), F.W. Kean (Sheffield Weds.), C. Roberts (Man. Utd.) and V. Woodward (Chelsea), but there is no information on the backs other than the player’s name and team, plus a thank you for the help given by Eric Pearson. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Vintage Soccer Heroes 2005

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Sporting Profiles Football West Ham United FA Cup 1975 Programme Covers 2007 West Ham United FA Cup 1975 Programme Covers 2007 L8 - On May 3rd, 1975 West Ham got the better of their neighbours, beating Fulham 2-0 to claim the F.A. Challenge Cup, courtesy of a team which included the likes of Lampard, Brooking and Robson. The programme cover for this occasion, together with those for the matches in which ‘the Hammers’ disposed of Ipswich, Arsenal, Q.P.R, Swindon and Southampton, are reproduced in this set. Size 78 x 64mm.
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West Ham United FA Cup 1975 Programme Covers 2007

Sporting Profiles - L8 in set

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Sporting Profiles Football West Ham United FA Cup Winners 1964 Programme Covers 2005 West Ham United FA Cup Winners 1964 Programme Covers 2005 L7 - West Ham 3, Preston 2. That was the result of the 1964 F.A. Cup Final played at Wembley in front of a full house of 100,000, as we discover on the back of the last card in this series of colour programme covers which begin with the 3rd round match against Charlton in January with a team which included Hurst, Sissons, Bond and Moore. Size 80 x 64mm.
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