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Salmon And Gluckstein Reprinted Series Billiard Terms 1905 (reprint 1997) Billiard Terms 1905 (reprint 1997) 15 -
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Billiard Terms 1905 (reprint 1997)

Salmon And Gluckstein - 15 in set

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Neill Football Bizarre Club Shirts (Football) 2001 Bizarre Club Shirts (Football) 2001 10 - Bizarre shirts rather than bizarre clubs, this series of ten cards features full colour illustrations of strange football garments over the years including Bolton’s red spots on white, Blackpool’s ‘stick of rock’ stripes, Doncaster’s big X, Wolves big V, and so on. The numbered backs give an informative history of each of the clubs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Bizarre Club Shirts (Football) 2001

Neill - 10 in set

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Sporting Profiles Boxing Boxing Greats 2003 Boxing Greats 2003 15 - Arranged in chronological order from John L Sullivan of the 1880s to Muhammad Ali, these are colour pictures each combining a head and shoulders and action portrait of some of the greatest names in boxing history, including Jack Dempsey, Gene Tunney, Joe Louis, Sugar Ray Robinson and Rocky Marciano, with their achievements recalled on the backs. Size 67 x 35mm.
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Boxing Greats 2003

Sporting Profiles - 15 in set

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Players International Boxing Boxing Personalities Ringlords 1991 Boxing Personalities Ringlords 1991 LT40 -
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Boxing Personalities Ringlords 1991

Players International - LT40 in set

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Braintree Town Fc Football Braintree Town FC 1st Series (Numbers 1 to 12) 2013 Braintree Town FC 1st Series (Numbers 1 to 12) 2013 M12 - An ambitious production from the Essex football club which finished ninth in the Conference Premier League last season having been Conference South Champions 2010-11. That team is pictured in colour on no. 2 in this set which also features current players such as Ryan Peters, Dean Wells and Dan Holman, the Cressing Road ground and the 1922-23 team group from the days when they were Crittall Athletic. Pictures repeated in miniature (black and white on the numbered, titled backs. Size 85 x 55mm.
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Braintree Town FC 1st Series (Numbers 1 to 12) 2013

Braintree Town Fc - M12 in set

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Braintree Town Fc Football Braintree Town FC 2nd Series (Numbers 13 to 24) 2014 Braintree Town FC 2nd Series (Numbers 13 to 24) 2014 M12 - This set is a follow up to Braintree Town’s 1st Series of 12 produced in 2012. The cards numbered 13 to 24 are an odd mix of colour shots of Braintree Town players past & present right up to the current 2014/15 season, manager Alan Devonshire, team photo and black and white shots from the club’s past. Also included is a winter shot of the stadium in 2008 covered in snow. The card backs contain a small duplicate of the front picture together with a sentence explaining the picture, except for card no. 16 showing Braintree and England C team player Kenny Davis. This card has a different slightly larger picture on the back and the front has a glossy picture of Kenny in his England kit against a matt background. Size 86 x 55mm.
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Braintree Town FC 2nd Series (Numbers 13 to 24) 2014

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Neill Football Brazil 70 (Football) 2005 Brazil 70 (Football) 2005 12 - Brazil went into the 1970 World Cup in Mexico having qualified by winning all six of their eliminary matches, scoring 23 goals and conceding only 2. They had won the competition twice before, in 1958 and 1962. They also had Pele, the world’s greatest player and an impressive line-up which included Tostao, Jairzinho, Rivelino, Alberto and Brito. Sexy football indeed. Here we see colour caricatures of the eleven players, plus the Jules Rimet Trophy, backed by the story of the Mexico finals. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Brazil 70 (Football) 2005

Neill - 12 in set

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Neill Football Brazilliant The Story of Pele (Footballer) 2001 Brazilliant The Story of Pele (Footballer) 2001 10 - This is the story of the lengendary Edson Arantes do Nascimento, better known as “Pele”, from his birth in 1940 through his amazingly successful footballing career culminating in the 1970 Mexico World Cup finals, to his position as a household name recognised the world over, as told on the numbered backs of these colour pictures from original artwork. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Radio Fun Sports Miscellaneous British Sports Stars 1956 British Sports Stars 1956 20 -
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British Sports Stars 1956

Radio Fun - 20 in set

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Norths Bread (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League Canterbury Crusaders (Rugby Union) 1997 Canterbury Crusaders (Rugby Union) 1997 LT16 -
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Canterbury Crusaders (Rugby Union) 1997

Norths Bread (New Zealand) - LT16 in set

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Norths Bread (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League Canterbury Crusaders (Rugby Union) Special Album Canterbury Crusaders (Rugby Union) Special Album 1 -
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Norths Bread (New Zealand) - 1 in set

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Neill Football Celtic 67 The Lisbon Lions (Footballers) 2003 Celtic 67 The Lisbon Lions (Footballers) 2003 L8 - This is a tribute to the “Lisbon Lions”, the Celtic football team who became European Champions beating the mighty Italians of Inter Milan in the final at Lisbon’s national football stadium on May 25th 1967. The set comprises of a title card plus six colour pictures showing manager Jock Stein, the semi final triumph, captain Billy McNeill, winning scorer Steve Chalmers, the victory celebration and Tommy Gemmell who scored Celtic’s first goal. The backs give the full story. Size 80 x 60mm.
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Sporting Profiles Football Chelsea F C F A Cup Winners 1970 Programme Covers 2006 Chelsea F C F A Cup Winners 1970 Programme Covers 2006 L10 - A last minute equaliser at Wembley earned Chelsea a replay at Old Trafford in which the ‘Blues’ beat Leeds 2-1 in 1970 to win their first F.A. Cup. The covers of the two Cup Final Programmes and those from the earlier stages of the competition versus Birmingham, Burnley, Palace, Q.P.R and Watford are reproduced in this set together with a ticket for Wembley and a picture of the cup. The backs make up into a team photo. Size 78 x 60mm.
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Chelsea F C F A Cup Winners 1970 Programme Covers 2006

Sporting Profiles - L10 in set

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Neill Football Chelseas Top Ten Goalscorers 2013 Chelseas Top Ten Goalscorers 2013 10 - Villa Park, 12th May 2013, and two strikes by Frank Lampard made him Chelsea’s greatest ever goal-scorer, beating Bobby Tambling’s record of 202 which had stood since 1970. These two players are on the first and second cards in this series of colour caricatures which then take us on through the next highest – Kerry Dixon, Didier Drogba, Ray Bentley, Peter Osgood, Jimmy Greaves, George Mills, George Hilsdon (pre WWI and first of the Blues to score more than 100) an Barry Bridges. Descriptive backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Chelseas Top Ten Goalscorers 2013

Neill - 10 in set

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Rockwell Football Classic Chelsea F C 2005 Classic Chelsea F C 2005 L7 - Chelsea F.C. celebrated their centenary year in style, ending the season as Premier League Champions and winning the Football League Cup, facts which emerge from the title card in this set, which comprises sepia photos of six Chelsea teams which achieved fame on the pitch between 1915 and 2000, the last being the Blues F.A. Cup Final line-up, the match in which Di Matteo scored the winner against Villa, the goal being the last in a final at the old Wembley Stadium. Size 80 x 63mm
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Classic Chelsea F C 2005

Rockwell - L7 in set

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Rockwell Football Classic Everton F.C. 2005 Classic Everton F.C. 2005 L7 - Nine times League Champions, victorious in the F.A. Cup on five occasions, and winners of the European Cup Winners Cup, Everton football club, founded in 1878, have a distinguished history. This set of cards pictures on sepia photographs six of the winning teams from 1906 to 1984, backed by Rockwell’s characteristically well-written, comprehensive texts. The 1939 champion side which includes 20-year-old hero Tommy Lawton, scorer of 34 goals that season. Size 80 x 63mm
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Classic Everton F.C. 2005

Rockwell - L7 in set

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Black Rook Press Football Classic Football Stars (1960/70s) Series 2 2010 Classic Football Stars (1960/70s) Series 2 2010 10 - When we reviewed the first series of Classic Football Stars in C.C.N back in December 2010 we said it was a shame there was hardly any. That said these are good colour pictures of footballers playing between 1965 and 1977. Included in the set are Kevin Hector of Derby County, Southampton’s Jim Steele, Willie Morgan of Burnley, Coventry’s George Curtis, Jim Kennedy of Celtic and Chelsea’s Ron Harris. Text on the backs have the name and team. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Classic Football Stars (1960/70s) Series 2 2010

Black Rook Press - 10 in set

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Black Rook Press Football Classic Football Stars (1960s) Series 1 2010 Classic Football Stars (1960s) Series 1 2010 10 - Colour photos with the player's name and team printed on a good thick card. The subjects are a random selection from the 1960s, two Scottish and eight English, amongst them Manchester City's Mike Summerbee, Manchester United's David Sadler and two from Everton (Gordon West and Colin Harvey). Size 68 x 36mm.
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Classic Football Stars (1960s) Series 1 2010

Black Rook Press - 10 in set

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Paramint Cards Football Classic Football Stars 1st Series 2015 Classic Football Stars 1st Series 2015 10 - These are head and shoulders colour photos of football stars who were playing in the 1950s and ‘60s. Included in the mix are Portsmouth’s Brian Carter, Willie Stephenson who played 106 times for Rangers, the legendary Tom Finney whose entire career was with Preston North End, Southampton’s Derek Reeves and Bryan Orritt the Middlesbrough player who later played in South Africa. The numbered backs give details of their careers. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Classic Football Stars 1st Series 2015

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Paramint Cards Football Classic Football Stars 2nd Series 2015 Classic Football Stars 2nd Series 2015 10 - This is a second series of colour head and shoulders photos featuring footballers from\r\nthe 1950s and ‘60s. They include Dublin born Mick Meagan who signed for Everton in 1952, Burnley’s Les Shannon who had a lengthy career at Turf Moor, Brian Wood the Crystal Palace central-defender, West Ham’s Vick Keeble and Birmingham City’s Bunny Larkin who was the club’s top scorer in 1959. Details of their playing careers are given on the numbered card backs. Size 68 x 36mm. \r\n
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Classic Football Stars 2nd Series 2015

Paramint Cards - 10 in set

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Paramint Cards Football Classic Football Stars 3rd Series 2015 Classic Football Stars 3rd Series 2015 10 - In the same format as their earlier two series these are colour head and shoulders pictures of footballers mainly from the 1950s to 1960s period with the exception of Dave Provan who was playing for Plymouth Argyle in the ‘70s. Other stars include Manchester United’s David Heard, QPR’s Stuart Leary, Albert Finney who played over 500 games for Sheffield Wednesday, Aberdeen’s Jim Smith and Coventry winger Ronnie Rees. The numbered backs give a carer history. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Classic Football Stars 3rd Series 2015

Paramint Cards - 10 in set

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Paramint Cards Football Classic Football Stars 4th Series 2016 Classic Football Stars 4th Series 2016 10 - Paramint have produced a 4th series of colour head and shoulders pictures of football stars from the past. The stars in this batch were all playing in the 1970s and included are big names such as Alan Gilzean (Spurs), Frank Worthington (Leicester), Malcolm MacDonald (Newcastle), Martin Buchan (Man Utd), Nobby Stiles (Middlesbrough) and David O’Leary (Arsenal). The numbered backs contain interesting facts about the player and their career. A real trip down memory lane and ideal for footy fans. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Classic Football Stars 4th Series 2016

Paramint Cards - 10 in set

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Rockwell Football Classic Gunners (Arsenal FC) 2001 Classic Gunners (Arsenal FC) 2001 L7 - Arsenal F.C, “The Gunners” have a distinguished history dating back to 1886 and their principal achievements are listed on the back of this series’ covercard, the front of which shows the F.A Cup being held aloft. The other six cards are black and white photos of famous Arsenal teams, League Champions 1931, 1953 and 1989, F.A. Cup winners 1936 and 1950 and League/F.A. Cup double winners of 1971. Highly informative backs also name the players and staff in each picture. Size 80 x 63mm.
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Classic Gunners (Arsenal FC) 2001

Rockwell - L7 in set

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Rockwell Football Classic Hammers (West Ham United F.C.) 2003 Classic Hammers (West Ham United F.C.) 2003 L7 - The Hammers started off as Thames Ironworks back in 1895 and have enjoyed many successes including three F.A. Cups and the European Cup Winners Cup. Here we see photos of six of their greatest teams from 1923 to 1986 including the 1965 team which Bobby Moore led to victory against TSV Munich at Wembley. Full details of the club’s achievements are on the card backs and Bobby Moore is pictured on the title card. Size 80 x 63mm.
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Neill Football Classic Kits (Football Team Colours) 2001 Classic Kits (Football Team Colours) 2001 10 - The classic kits referred to in the title are the outfits worn by football players shown on figures in colour artwork somewhat reminiscent of Player’s Footballers 1928. The set includes Doncaster (who in 2001 when the set was issued were non-league) as well as big clubs such as Arsenal and Leeds, whilst the numbered backs give detailed club histories. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Rockwell Football Classic Liverpool F.C. 2005 Classic Liverpool F.C. 2005 L7 - The Toffees’ Merseyside rivals have an even more impressive record, proven by the statistics on the back of the title card in this set. The other six cards are sepia photos of teams which were League Champions between 1923 and 1984, the year when the Reds topped the First Division for a record fifteenth time as well as winning the League Cup (victory over old rivals Everton) and the European Cup Winners Cup, away to AS Roma. Size 80 x 63mm.
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Classic Liverpool F.C. 2005

Rockwell - L7 in set

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Rockwell Football Classic Reds (Manchester United F.C.) 2003 Classic Reds (Manchester United F.C.) 2003 L7 - Where do you start with a club which is a household name around the world? Well, Rockwell sensibly begin with a title card picturing Bobby Charlton and giving the basic facts , founded in 1878 as “Newton Heath”, biggest attendance 70, 504 v Aston Villa in 1920, then a list of honours, League Champions fifteen times, F.A. Cup winners ten, and so on. And that’s before we see the pictures of six of their greatest teams from 1909 (Cup Winners v Bristol City, played at Crystal Palace) through to the 1977 team which beat Liverpool in the Cup Final under Tommy Docherty’s management, he was sacked six weeks later. Full story on the card backs. Size 80 x 63mm.
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Rockwell Football Classic Spurs (Tottenham Hotspur F.C) 2002 Classic Spurs (Tottenham Hotspur F.C) 2002 L7 - As the title (7th) card in this series tells us, the sepia photographs feature six of Tottenham’s greatest teams who won the F.A. Cup in 1901,1921,1967 and 1981 plus 1951 League Champions and the 1960-1 League/Cup double winners when Spurs swept away all before them under skipper Danny Blanchflower. Excellent descriptive backs with loads of detail such as 1981 being the Chinese year of the Cockerel. Size 80 x 63mm.
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Marks Cricket Cricket (1900 period) unnumbered 1994 Cricket (1900 period) unnumbered 1994 M35 -
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Cricket (1900 period) unnumbered 1994

Marks - M35 in set

£5.00

Texaco Cricket Cricket 1984 Cricket 1984 12 -
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Cricket 1984

Texaco - 12 in set

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Halls Cricket Cricket Sudocards 2006 Cricket Sudocards 2006 M35 - As with his previous set picturing rowers, Brian Halls’ Sudocards feature head and shoulders representations based on Vanity Fair prints from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, hence the cricketers in this series include the likes of W.G. Grace (twice), Jack Hobbs, Pelham Warner, Ranjitsinhji and Lord Hawke, plus the Ashes, above a Sudoku puzzle the solution of which provides the date of the original chromolithgraph. Size 90 x 45mm.
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Cricket Sudocards 2006

Halls - M35 in set

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Gabriel Cricket Cricketers Series 1901 (reprint 1992) Cricketers Series 1901 (reprint 1992) 20 -
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Cricketers Series 1901 (reprint 1992)

Gabriel - 20 in set

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Neill Football Crystal Palace Heroes and Legends (Footballers) 2012 Crystal Palace Heroes and Legends (Footballers) 2012 10 - Philip Neill is clever with his brushes, producing some fine artwork and this time he works his magic with the South London side Crystal Palace, with a limited edition of 100 sets picturing head and shoulders colour portraits of Eagle’s favourites from Johnny Byrne back in the 1960s through to Andy Johnson whose goal-scoring ability was instrumental in Palace gaining promotion to the Premier League. Other Selhurst park heroes include Ian Wright (Palace’s ‘Player of the Century’), Vince Hilaire, Andy Gray and Jon Salako. Career details on the back. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Lychgate Press Football Crystal Palace Legends 1st Series 2014 Crystal Palace Legends 1st Series 2014 10 - This set features ten colour caricatures of the heroes of Selhurst Park who played for the club from the 1970s up to 2002. They include Peter Taylor, signed in 1973, who won ‘Player of the Year’ in his first season, Kenny Sansom who made his Palace debut at just 16, Steve Kember who ended his playing career as manager of the club, Fan Zhiyi the Chinese international and Ian Wright second highest scorer for the club, but better known now for his TV appearances. The backs give a career history of the player and mentions this is a first set so presumably we can look forward to another set at some stage. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Crystal Palace Legends 1st Series 2014

Lychgate Press - 10 in set

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Lychgate Press Football Crystal Palace Legends 2nd Series 2015 Crystal Palace Legends 2nd Series 2015 10 - Following on from their first series issued in 2014 Lychgate Press have now issued a 2nd series of ‘Eagles’ legends. Included in this set we have Jim Cannon who finished second in the Palace Player of the Century awards, Workington born goalie John Burridge, Steve Coppell the ex-Man United player who had four spells as Palace manager and Italian international Attilio Lombardo a fans’ favourite who also enjoyed a brief spell as caretaker manager for the club. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Crystal Palace Legends 2nd Series 2015

Lychgate Press - 10 in set

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Photal Football Duncan Edwards (Footballer) 2001 Duncan Edwards (Footballer) 2001 EL2 - These are black and white pictures taken by photographer Howard Talbot (who holds the copyright) in the 1950s of ‘Busby Babe’ Duncan Edwards, one of the Manchester United footballers killed in the Munich aircrash in February 1958. Number 1 is a half-length portrait and no. 2 a team photograph taken before the match at Preston on 9th November 1957. Both have descriptive backs and are Size 125 x 92mm.
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Duncan Edwards (Footballer) 2001

Photal - EL2 in set

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Texaco Football England Squad 2006 Additions Carson, Downing, Hargreaves, Lennon, Walcott 2006 England Squad 2006 Additions Carson, Downing, Hargreaves, Lennon, Walcott 2006 K5 - All the cards in the main set state “23 players to collect”, and these five extra subjects say that too, and are in exactly the same format. The additions are Scott Carson, Stewart Downing, Owen Hargreaves, Aaron Lennon and Theo Walcott “aged 17, is relatively unknown”. Apparently the original 23 subjects were issued by Texaco before the official squad details were released and these other five were produced as an up-date. Size 50 x 50mm
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Neill Football Englands Top Goal Scorers 2002 Englands Top Goal Scorers 2002 10 - Each of the strikers in this series of ten colour caricatures scored more than 25 goals for England. You can probably guess most of the names : Bobby Charlton, Gary Lineker, Jimmy Greaves, Tom Finney, Nat Lofthouse, Alan Shearer and so on, but what about Steve Bloomer whose record stood for fifty years and Vivian Woodhouse, an amateur who captained England to gold in the 1908 and 1912 Olympics! Details on the backs. Size 69 x 36mm.
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Englands Top Goal Scorers 2002

Neill - 10 in set

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Sky Rocket Football Euro Stars (Footballers from the 1960s and 70s) 2016 Euro Stars (Footballers from the 1960s and 70s) 2016 10 - As the name suggests this set by new issuers Sky Rocket features European football stars from the 1960s and ‘70s. The players, shown in colour photos, include Bo Larsson of Malmo FF, Paul Breitner of Eintract Braunschweig, Giacinto Facchetti of Internazionale, Real Madrid striker Ferenc Puskas, Dragan Dzajic of Red Star Belgrade, Milan’s Romeo Benetti, Bayern Muchen’s Werner Olk, Lev Yashin of Dynamo Moscow, Rene Van Der Kerkhof of PSV and Anderlecht’s Paul Van Himst. The numbered backs give career details. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Sporting Profiles Football Everton F.C. F.A.Cup Winners 1966 Programme Covers 2007 Everton F.C. F.A.Cup Winners 1966 Programme Covers 2007 L9 - The Toffeemen have a distinguished history going back to the 1870s and the Goodison Park faithful have enjoyed many successes in the F.A. Cup, not least in 1966 when they met Sheffield Wednesday in the final at Wembley and came away winners by three goals to two, and in this set of cards we have a ticket and programme for the occasion, plus earlier programme covers for matches against Manchester City, Manchester United and Sunderland. Sectional team picture on the back. Size 78 x 60m.
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