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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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Sporting Profiles Boxing The Golden Age of Middleweights 1980-1989 (2006) The Golden Age of Middleweights 1980-1989 (2006) L9 - The “golden age” concerned is the 1980s, with Sugar Ray Leonard, Marvin Hagler, Thomas Hearns and Roberto Duran slugging it out at Caesars Palace and elsewhere to claim world middleweight or welterweight titles. The programme covers for each of the nine contests are illustrated on these cards, the backs of which include details of the fighter’s trainer, reach, height, etc. Size 77 x 60m
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The Golden Age of Middleweights 1980-1989 (2006)

Sporting Profiles - L9 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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Sport In View Cricket The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 4 Lancashire League Cricket 2012 The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 4 Lancashire League Cricket 2012 EL6 - Ramsbottom continues to apply a humorous touch in this series each of which shows a sequence of events within a specific cricket match, each incident being captioned. It’s very cleverly done and you get a good idea of what was happening during the game, whether it be Lowerhouse playing at Colne, Church being defeated at Burnley or whatever – and there’s that gremlin peeping again. Plain back. Size 130 x 100mm.
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Sport In View Rugby Union & League The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 5 Rugby Union 2012 The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 5 Rugby Union 2012 EL7 - The magic of the artwork conjures up some terrific images of rugby matches dating from the Springboks losing in 1906 to Australia’s defeat in 1909 (on the latter card a tiny gremlin is shown chasing a kangaroo!) and Scotland’s victory over England at Blackheath, the All Blacks beating Huddersfield by 19 points to 8, and so on. The sequence of captioned pictures on each card makes you feel as though you are in the crowd. Plain backs. Size 130 x 100mm.
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Sport In View Rugby Union & League The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 6 Rugby League 2012 The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 6 Rugby League 2012 EL6 - Ramsbottom applies his artistic talent to produce cartoons and caricatures representing incidents in rugby league matches in 1907/08 such as the Northern League clash between Halifax and Salford, both of which attribute their success to their black cat mascots, and Oldham v Wigan in the Lancashire Cup Final. Some marked “Evening Chronicle” with date of publication. Plain backs. Size 130 x 100mm.
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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

Neill - 10 in set

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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

Neill - 10 in set

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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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Sporting Profiles Football West Ham United FA Cup Winners 1980 Programme Covers 2005 West Ham United FA Cup Winners 1980 Programme Covers 2005 L8 - The Hammers tasted cup victory again in 1980, beating North London rivals Arsenal 1-0 at the end of a saga, which began with a shaky 1-1 draw with West Brom. five months earlier, Everton and Villa being knocked out en route. Excellent colour reproductions of matchday programmes recall some exciting cup-ties. Size 80 x 64mm
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Sporting Profiles Football Wolverhampton Wanderers F A Cup 1960 Programme Covers 2007 Wolverhampton Wanderers F A Cup 1960 Programme Covers 2007 L7 - Stan Cullis’s men were riding on a high having won the League Championship in 1959 when they went on to win the F.A. Cup in 1960 with a 3-0 win over Blackburn Rovers under Bill Slater’s captaincy. The match programme cover, together with those for earlier rounds against Aston Villa, Newcastle, etc., are on these cards with the teams listed on the backs. Size 78 x 64mm.
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Rockwell Football World Cup 1966 (2005) World Cup 1966 (2005) L7 - In 1966 the ‘Stratford Express’ ran the headlines ‘West Ham 4 Germany 2’, emphasising the contribution of Hurst, Moore and Peters in achieving England’s World Cup success. This sequence of sepia photos shows each of the goals being scored and there’s a lively commentary on the backs. The seventh (title) card shows Geoff Hurst kissing the trophy. Size 80 x 63mm.
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World Cup 1966 (2005)

Rockwell - L7 in set

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Upper Deck Football World Cup Football All Stars 1994 World Cup Football All Stars 1994 LT30 -
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World Cup Football All Stars 1994

Upper Deck - LT30 in set

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Neill Football World Cup Heroes and Legends 1st Series 2009 World Cup Heroes and Legends 1st Series 2009 10 - Philip Neill has turned his attention t the World Cup with colour caricatures of ten players who have gone down in history as among the greatest, from the inaugural final of 1930 when Andrade led Uruguay to victory through to Thompson of the Australian team which won a qualifier against Samoa by an incredible 31 goals to nil, Thompson scoring thirteen of them. More familiar names include Johan Cruyff, Michel Platini and Ferenc Puskas who was a member of the great Hungarian side that thrashed England at Wembley in 1953, as we learn from the card backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Neill Football World Cup Heroes and Legends 2nd Series 2010 World Cup Heroes and Legends 2nd Series 2010 10 - These full-length colour caricatures feature players who excelled in World Cup football matches between 1954 and 2006, the earliest being Koccis, a member of the Hungarian team which won the 1952 Olympic gold and demolished England at Wembley in 2003, the latest being Fabio Grosso who clinched Italy’s fourth World Cup title after a penalty shoot-out. Italy were less fortunate twelve years earlier when Baggio ballooned his penalty to hand victory to Brazil, one of the interesting incidents described on these cards. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Frameability Football World Cup Winners 1966 (England) 2002 World Cup Winners 1966 (England) 2002 L10 - It was Brazil who celebrated victory in the World Cup in 2002 when this series was issued. England did well, but not enough to emulate the 1966 side which is celebrated in this series of colour cards featuring scenes from that historic encounter with Germany at Wembley. As Hurst blasted the ball into the net in the final seconds of extra time, it famously provided Ken Wolstenholme with the immortal lines “And there are fans on the pitch. They think it’s all over. It is now!” Top-notch descriptive backs. Size 79 x 62mm.
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World Cup Winners 1966 (England) 2002

Frameability - L10 in set

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Neill Football World Soccer Heroes 1st Series 2009 World Soccer Heroes 1st Series 2009 10 - Here are ten of the world’s finest footballers pictured in excellent colour caricatures, amongst them Totti, Puyol and our own Ashley Cole. Their full names are among the information on the card backs, so how come the Brazilian whirlwind Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite came to be known as Kaka? Intriguing! Size 68 x 36mm.
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World Soccer Heroes 1st Series 2009

Neill - 10 in set

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Neill Football World Soccer Heroes 2nd Series 2009 World Soccer Heroes 2nd Series 2009 10 - Following on from the first series, Philip Neill again demonstrates his artistic talents with ten more colour caricatures of the world’s greatest present-day footballers. No Brits this time, but four from South America (Gomes, Pizaro, Messi and Marquez) and six from Europe (Ballack, Cannavaro, Van Der Vaart, Sagnol, Casillas and Tiago). Backs contain name, date and place of birth and height. Size 68 x 36mm.
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World Soccer Heroes 2nd Series 2009

Neill - 10 in set

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Neill Football World Soccer Stars (1960s to 1980s) 2013 World Soccer Stars (1960s to 1980s) 2013 10 - Philip Neill’s coloured head and shoulders artwork shows us ten of the world’s greatest footballers from the 1960s to 1970s period. We see Bayern Munich’s Gerd Muller who scored the winner for West Germany in the 1974 World Cup and Johann Cruyff who was in the Dutch side which narrowly lost in the final, Portugal’s Eusabio the leading scorer in the 1966 World Cup finals, Sweden’s goalie Ronnie Hellstrom and Paolo Rossi who helped Italy win the 1982 World Cup. Their achievements are detailed on the backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Trade Cards Europe Football Celtic F.C. Fans Selection (embossed) 1998 Celtic F.C. Fans Selection (embossed) 1998 LT18 -
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Celtic F.C. Fans Selection (embossed) 1998

Trade Cards Europe - LT18 in set

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Neill Football Ten Select Manchester United Footballers (Present Day Players) 2011 Ten Select Manchester United Footballers (Present Day Players) 2011 10 - Philip Neill has come up with some excellent colour caricatures of Manchester United players with career details on the backs - an incredibly talented group of stars in one of the world's richest and most successful clubs. Included, of course, is Ryan Giggs who, since his first team debut in 1991, has played well over 860 games for United and is still going strong. Size 68 x 37mm.
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Green Football Alexandra The Greats (Crewe Alexandra FC Footballers) 2006 Alexandra The Greats (Crewe Alexandra FC Footballers) 2006 15 - Perhaps not the first club that springs to mind in the context of football greats, Crewe Alexandra has proved a nursery and stepping off point for many top-flight players. The man responsible for bringing out the best in his team is Dario Gradi (pictured on no. 8 in this card series), who, after 23 years at the helm, is the longest serving manager in the Football League. Players featured in these colour caricatures include Stan Bowles, Bruce Grobbelaar, David Platt and Robbie Savage. Size 68 x 36mm \r\n
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Sanitarium (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League All Blacks Training Tips (Rugby Union) 2002 All Blacks Training Tips (Rugby Union) 2002 LT8 - As the name suggests these rugby cards give training tips and were issued with Weet-Bix breakfast cereals in New Zealand. The fronts feature a famous All Black player in action and the backs contain numbered instructions to improve your game. The players featured are Greg Somerville, Andrew Mehrtens, Byron Kelleher, Anton Oliver, Reuben Thorne, Chris Jack, Doug Howlett and Tana Umaga and the tips include place-kicking, the spiral pass, line-out jump and the side-step. There are small black and white line drawings on the backs showing the sequence of moves. Something different for rugby fans and ideal for anyone who wants to improve their game. Size 90 x 60mm
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All Blacks Training Tips (Rugby Union) 2002

Sanitarium (New Zealand) - LT8 in set

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Wonderbread/Topps (USA) American Football, Baseball, Basketball & Ice Hockey American Football Stars 1976 American Football Stars 1976 LT24 - Running back, Wide Receiver, Tight End, Linebacker. If you know that these are American Football terms then meet Chuck Foreman, Charlie Taylor, Rich Carter and Jack Ham who were the Wonderbread 1976 All-Stars playing in these positions. The colour photos of the players are backed with diagrams and instructions for attacking movements by Hank Stram, New Orleans Saints’ coach. Size 89 x 64mm.
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American Football Stars 1976

Wonderbread/Topps (USA) - LT24 in set

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Neill Football Arsenal 79 (A Tribute to the Classic F A Cup Winners of 1979) 2009 Arsenal 79 (A Tribute to the Classic F A Cup Winners of 1979) 2009 15 - Arsenal’s F.A Cup Final win over Manchester United by three goals to two at Wembley on 12th May 1979 is celebrated in this series of colour full length caricatures featuring manager Terry Neill, trainer Don Howe and the players many of whose names are still familiar today including Pat Jennings, Pat Rice, Brian Talbot, David O’Leary, Liam Brady, Frank Stapleton and Graham Rix. Career Statistics on the backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Neill Football Arsenal Double Legends of 1970/71 (2002) Arsenal Double Legends of 1970/71 (2002) 15 - Under Bertie Mee’s management Arsenal won the Inter Cities Fairs Cup in 1970. By the following May, the Gunners had lifted the League title and the F.A. Cup as well. This set of colour caricatures shows us the footballers who made it happen : Bob Wilson, Frank McLintock, Charlie George, George Graham, George Armstrong etc. There are excellent biographies of the players on the backs. Size 69 x 36mm.
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Neill Football Aston Villa F.C European Champions 81/82 2013 Aston Villa F.C European Champions 81/82 2013 15 - Villa fans can look back to their defeat of Bayern Munich in 1982 to become European Champions. Here we have a full length colour caricature for each of the twelve players including Peter Wilke who scored the winning goal and Tony Morley whose goal saw off Anderlecht in the semis. Card no. 13 features Tony Barton who took over from Ron Saunders as manager, no. 14 has head and shoulders mini pictures of four further players whilst the last card shows the results of all the rounds through to the final. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Sporting Profiles Football Aston Villa FC European Cup Winners 1982 Programme Covers 2006 Aston Villa FC European Cup Winners 1982 Programme Covers 2006 L10 - Reproductions of the programme covers tracing the team’s progress in the European Cup from the first round against Icelandic opposition through to the final versus Bayern Munchen at the Feyenoord Stadium, Rotterdam on May 26th 1982, when Peter With sealed victory with the only goal of the match. Size 78 x 60mm.
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Candy Gum Motoring Auto Sprint 2nd Series 1975 Auto Sprint 2nd Series 1975 M30 -
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Auto Sprint 2nd Series 1975

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