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Hat-trick Cards Football Everton Heroes (Footballers of the 1960s) 2011 Everton Heroes (Footballers of the 1960s) 2011 10 - The 1960s were good times for “The Toffees”, winning the league in 1962/63 and the F.A. Cup in 1966. Wing half Brian Harris (no. 5 in this card series) played a major role in both campaigns, while Alex Parker (no. 6) was prominent in the championship win and Derek Temple scored the winner in the cup final. In all, eleven Goodison favourites are featured (two players on no. 10) in oval blue and white head and shoulders photos on a colourful background, with biographies on the reverse. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Everton Heroes (Footballers of the 1960s) 2011

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Neill Football Everton Heroes and Legends 2012 Everton Heroes and Legends 2012 10 - Philip Neill’s colour artwork always produces good likenesses, and this series of colour head and shoulders portraits is no exception. Beginning with the Toffees’ pre-war centre-forward ‘Dixie’ Dean whose amazing 61 goals in the 1927/8 season brought Everton the Division One title, we continue with post-war legends including Alan Ball, Brian Labone, DuncanMcKenzie, Neville Southall, Colin Harvey, Howard Kendall and Joe Royale, who made his Goodison debut at the age of 16 going on to play 270 games for the club and eventually returning as manager, as revealed in the career histories on the card backs. Size 68 x 37mm.
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Everton Heroes and Legends 2012

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Lychgate Press Football Everton Ladies Football in Action 2017 Everton Ladies Football in Action 2017 10 - The ladies, who all played for the successful Everton side of 2007/08, are shown in colour action photos and include goalie Rachel Brown who is now a TV pundit, defender Lindsey Johnson who was named Player of the Season, Becky Easton, Rachel Unitt who was England Player of the Year in 2006, freekick expert Fara Williams who is still an England International, Jo Potter who is also an England International and sometime TV pundit, midfielder Emily Westwood, Jill Scott who is currently playing for Man. City, Natasha Dowie who now plays in the USA and Toni Duggan who in July was signed to Barcelona. The numbered backs give plenty of information on the players and all in all this is a nice little set. Size 68 x 36mm \r\n
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Everton Ladies Football in Action 2017

Lychgate Press - 10 in set

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Golden Era Football Famous Footballers by Stubbs Arsenal 2001 Famous Footballers by Stubbs Arsenal 2001 M20 - In a departure from their normal subject range, Golden Era have branched out into cards featuring players from football teams in pictures by Stubbs with the footballer’s autograph alongside on a plain green background. Descriptive text and career statistics on the black and white backs. Includes players of the not-too-distant past such as Pat Rice and David O’Leary as well as the likes of Dixon, Seaman, Parlour, Keown, Bergkamp, Viera and Henry. Size 74 x 44mm.
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Famous Footballers by Stubbs Arsenal 2001

Golden Era - M20 in set

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Golden Era Football Famous Footballers by Stubbs Aston Villa 2002 Famous Footballers by Stubbs Aston Villa 2002 M20 - In this set Stubbs caricatures Villa players from 2002 and the recent past including Dion Dublin, Paul Merson, Gareth Southgate, Ugo Ehiogu, Steve Staunton, Dwight Yorke and David Platt, in full length pictures with the name alongside on a plain green background. There are twenty subjects plus a checklist. Descriptive backs profile the players concerned. Size 74 x 44mm.
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Golden Era Football Famous Footballers by Stubbs Chelsea 2001 Famous Footballers by Stubbs Chelsea 2001 M20 - Following success with previous issues Golden Era produced three more for 2002 and this one features Chelsea. Chelsea’s former and more recent stars such as Bonetti, Osgood, La Saux, Wise, Zola, Vialli and DiMatteo appear in full length pictures with their autograph alongside on a plain green background. There are 20 subjects plus a checklist and they have descriptive backs. Size 74 x 44mm.
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Famous Footballers by Stubbs Chelsea 2001

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Golden Era Football Famous Footballers by Stubbs Leeds 2001 Famous Footballers by Stubbs Leeds 2001 M20 - In this set Stubbs has applied his artistic talents to show us Leeds players of 2002 and the not-too-distant past, the likes of Madeley, Strachan, Speed, Palmer, Harte, Viduka and Ferdinand. As with other football series produced by Golden Era there are 20 subjects with autographs on the front and a checklist backed by descriptive text. Size 74 x 44mm.
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Famous Footballers by Stubbs Leeds 2001

Golden Era - M20 in set

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Golden Era Football Famous Footballers by Stubbs Liverpool 2001 Famous Footballers by Stubbs Liverpool 2001 M20 - In a departure from their normal subject range, Golden Era have branched out into cards featuring players from football teams in pictures by Stubbs. Liverpool has been given the Stubbs treatment in this set, with “old boys” Souness, Kenny ‘King of the Kop’ Dalglish and Alan ‘Match of the Day’ Hansen joining a more recent line-up which includes Redknapp, Fowler, Berger, Heskey and Owen. As before the cards bear the footballer’s autograph and there are career details on the backs. Size 74 x 44mm.
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Famous Footballers by Stubbs Liverpool 2001

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Golden Era Football Famous Footballers by Stubbs Manchester United 2001 Famous Footballers by Stubbs Manchester United 2001 M20 - In a departure from their normal subject range, Golden Era have branched out into cards featuring players from football teams in pictures by Stubbs. Manchester United players past and present. Ince, Giggs, Schmeichel, Irwin and, of course, Cantona are pictured together with Barthez, Stam, Beckham, the Nevilles, Cole, Scholes, Keane, Butt etc. Again Stubbs captures their personalities as well as their appearance in some fine artwork. Size 74 x 44mm.
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Golden Era Football Famous Footballers by Stubbs Newcastle United 2002 Famous Footballers by Stubbs Newcastle United 2002 M20 - The Toon Army rival Manchester United fans in their fervour and commitment, their enthusiasm fuelled by quality players such as Alan Shearer, Gary Speed, Shay Given and Keiron Dyer. Stubbs includes these among his caricatures together with big-name former players such as Ginola, Asprilla, Les Ferdinand, Beardsley and Andy Cole, right back to the eighties era of Gascoigne, Keegan and Waddle. As per other similar series of Golden Era Famous Footballers these have descriptive backs and comprise of twenty cards plus a checklist. Size 74 x 44mm.
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Golden Era Football Famous Footballers by Stubbs Spurs 2001 (Tottenham Hotspur) Famous Footballers by Stubbs Spurs 2001 (Tottenham Hotspur) M20 - Gary Lineker is among a number of “oldies” from Spurs past. Others include Perryman, Hoddle, Clemence, Waddle and Gascoigne. Among more recent players are Klinsman, Iversen, Ferdinand, Ginola and Sheringham. Good descriptions on the backs and autographs on the fronts. Size 74 x 44mm.
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Golden Era Football Famous Footballers by Stubbs West Ham United 2002 Famous Footballers by Stubbs West Ham United 2002 M20 - “Come on your Irons” is the chant of the East London team’s fans who are forever blowing bubbles. Defoe, Kanoute, Di Canio, Joe Cole and Trevor Sinclair produced mixed fortunes for the Hammers in 2001/2 and the artist Stubbs takes us down memory lane by including past heroes like Lampard, Bonds, Devonshire, Parkes and Trevor Brooking who, before becoming a TV football pundit, scored 102 goals in his seventeen-year career with his one and only club and was capped 47 times for England. The twenty cards contain a player profile on the back and there is also a checklist of players featured. Size 74 x 44mm.
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Football Card Collector Football Football Action (1940s to 1960s) 2019 Football Action (1940s to 1960s) 2019 10 - This is an interesting set containing black and white action photos of players set within a shaped green frameline and white border. The footballers include Edward Purdon of Birmingham City, Ken Harwick of Doncaster Rovers, George Hudson of Swindon Town, Rotherham’s Alf Gibson, Harry Glberg of QPR, Leicester’s John King, Swansea goalie John King and West Brom’s Ronnie Allen. The backs have plenty of career information so we learn, for instance, that Tom Tilston of Wrexham ended his playing career at Crystal Palace and that Southampton’s Eric Day played for the club his whole professional career. These cards are size 68 x 36mm
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Football Action (1940s to 1960s) 2019

Football Card Collector - 10 in set

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Lamberts Tea Football Football Clubs and Badges 1958 Football Clubs and Badges 1958 25 -
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Football Clubs and Badges 1958

Lamberts Tea - 25 in set

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Empire Collections Football Football Elite 2018 Football Elite 2018 10 - These blue tinted head and shoulders photos picture some football stars of the past including Roy Bentley who played 12 times for England, Liverpool’s Albert Stubbs who featured on the cover of the Beatles Sgt. Pepper album, Wolves Ron Flowers who was in the successful 1966 World Cup Squad, Ken Barnes who later managed Wrexham, Nigel Sims of Wolves, Carlisle’s Ivor Broadis, Harold Hassal of Huddersfield, Everton’s Tommy Jones who’s career ended when he shattered his kneecap, Villa’s Stan Crowther who joined Chelsea in a 10,000 deal and Liverpool’s Bob Paisley who later went on to manage the club. There is plenty of information on the numbered card backs. Size 68 x 36mm
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Football Elite 2018

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Neill Football Football Favourites (Prominent players of the 1960s) 2015 Football Favourites (Prominent players of the 1960s) 2015 10 - There are more ‘Sixties footballers in this set of ten blue tinted black and white caricatures by Philip Neill. Among the star players included are Manchester City’s Colin Bell, Leeds United midfielder Billy Bremner, Andy Lochhead of Burnley, Leicester City’s Allan Clarke, Alex Ferguson then playing for Dunfermline, Blackburn’s Keith Newton, Hibernian’s Peter Cormack who went on to win the F.A Cup with Liverpool, Roger Hunt the Liverpool player who was part of the winning 1966 World Cup team, Sheffield United’s Tony Currie and Everton’s Tommy Wright. The numbered backs contain details of their playing careers such as clubs played for, cups won etc. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Neill Football Football Heroes (Stars of the 1960s) 2001 Football Heroes (Stars of the 1960s) 2001 10 - Among these full-colour caricatures of some of the most popular football stars of the 1960s are \\r\\nAlan Gilzean, Terry Venables, Francis Lee, Ralph Coates and Colin Harvey, but there are also one or two lesser known such as Stockport’s Jim Fryatt. Their career details are given on the numbered backs. Size 63 x 36mm.\\r\\n
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Neill Football Football Icons 1st Series (1940/80s) 2014 Football Icons 1st Series (1940/80s) 2014 10 - The ten football icons in this set of caricatures by Philip Neill are all British and cover a huge timespan from Jack Howe who started his career in 1934 before joining Derby County in 1936 to George Best whose playing career continued into the 1980s. Some of the other icons include Geoff Hurst famous for his hat-trick for England which won them the World Cup, Jeff Astle the top scorer in Division One in the 1969-70 season, John Charles whose clubs included Leeds United and Juventus, Bobby Stokes, who scored the winning goal for Southampton in the FA Cup in 1967 and Nat Lofthouse who played 452 league games for Bolton Wanderers. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Neill Football Football Icons 2nd Series 2015 Football Icons 2nd Series 2015 10 - The first series was issued in 2014 and now we have another collection of caricatures of famous players most of whom were playing in the late 1960s or 1970s. They include Joe Jordon who helped Leeds United to the league title, Aberdeen’s Gordon Strachan who later became a successful manager, Liverpool’s Ian Callaghan and Chelsea’s Peter Osgood. The odd ones out are Jack Leslie who joined Plymouth Argyle in 1921 and scored over 400 goals in his career and Newcastle’s Paul Gasgoine who signed for the youth team in 1980 before going on to play for England. These are good caricatures backed by informative text ideal for footy fans. Size 69 x 36mm.\r\n
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Football Icons 2nd Series 2015

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Neill Football Football in the Fifties 2001 Football in the Fifties 2001 10 - These full-colour caricatures feature some of the most prominent footballers of the fifties era with highlights from the football decade on the reverse. Included are Arsenal’s Tommy Lawton, Liverpool’s Phil Taylor, Leeds United’s John Charles and Chelsea’s Roy Bentley. Perhaps surprisingly in view of the headlines from that period there is no Manchester United representative. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Football in the Fifties 2001

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Neill Football Football League Stars 2005 Football League Stars 2005 10 - The title doesn’t give a clue as to the period represented, but the fact that these players were born between 1926 and 1949 is a clue as to when the likes of Chelsea’s Bobby Tambling, Manchester United’s Bill Foulkes and Liverpool’s Dave Hickson, weaved their magic on the pitch. The black and white head and shoulders portraits are backed by a career summary including number of league games played and goals scored, although no figure is given for the number of goals scored by Everton’s Gordon West. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Football League Stars 2005

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Paramint Cards Football Football Stars (of the 1970s) 1st Series 2012 Football Stars (of the 1970s) 1st Series 2012 10 - An apparently random selection, but none the worse for that, we see excellent colour head and shoulders photos of footballers such as Trevor Cherry who played 400 games in ten seasons or Leeds United, Arsenal’s Willie Young who appeared for the Gunners in three F.A. Cup finals, and Stoke City’s right-back Jackie Marsh who turned out for the team 440 times including their 1972 League Cup triumph, as we learn from the information on the card backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Football Stars (of the 1970s) 1st Series 2012

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Paramint Cards Football Football Stars (of the 1970s) 2nd Series 2012 Football Stars (of the 1970s) 2nd Series 2012 10 - Following the first series, we have ten more footballers who found fame on the pitch, mainly in the 1970s, in excellent colour head and shoulders photos with career details on the back. This selection includes Liverpool’s Alan Hansen, now M.O.T.D soccer pundit, 1966 World Cup winner Martin Peters (shown in Norwich City colours) and Manchester City’s long-serving Tommy Booth (382 league games, F.A. Cup, two League Cups and a European Cup Winners Cup). Size 68 x 36mm.
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Football Stars (of the 1970s) 2nd Series 2012

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Paramint Cards Football Football Stars (of the 1970s) 3rd Series 2012 Football Stars (of the 1970s) 3rd Series 2012 10 - The third batch to get the Paramint treatment includes Kevin Keelan who played goalie in 571 league games over a seventeen year career at Carrow Road, Chelsea’s John Hollins and Everton’s defender Mick Lyons who clocked up 390 league games for the Toffees. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Football Stars (of the 1970s) 3rd Series 2012

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Paramint Cards Football Football Stars (of the 1970s) 4th Series 2012 Football Stars (of the 1970s) 4th Series 2012 10 - Another good set of colour head and shoulders photos with their careers on the backs, this selection includes the likes of Pat Rice who joined Arsenal as an apprentice in 1964 and went on to become the Gunner’s captain leading them to F.A. Cup victory over Manchester United in 1979, and “Chopper” Harris, Chelsea’s captain who played a club record 795 times for the Stamford Bridge side. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Football Stars (of the 1970s) 4th Series 2012

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Paramint Cards Football Football Stars (of the 1970s) 5th Series 2012 Football Stars (of the 1970s) 5th Series 2012 10 - Here we have another batch of players whose footballing skills were such that their names will strike a chord with fans of today Dave Wagstaffe, Colin Todd, Andy Gray, Dave Clements, John Hollins, etc. and one or two lesser-known to me at least such as Les Bradd who spent eleven seasons with Notts County and Sheffield United’s Tony Field who went on to play for New York Cosmos. Good colour photos with careers on the back. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Football Stars (of the 1970s) 5th Series 2012

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Lychgate Press Football Football Stars 1st Series (Footballers of the 80s) 2016 Football Stars 1st Series (Footballers of the 80s) 2016 10 - This set features caricatures, (or digitally illustrated pictures as they are referred to on the reverse) of famous players including Kevin Keegan, Glen Hoddle, Mickey Thomas, legendary goalie Peter Shilton, Liverpool’s Alan Hansen, Gary Linekar who is shown in the kit of Barcelona, but is better known these days as a football commentator, Mo Johnston of Rangers, Forest’s Martin O’Neill, Mick Mills of Ipswich and Aston Villa’s David Platt. These are nicely done with informative text on the numbered backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Lychgate Press Football Football Stars 2nd Series (Footballers of the 80s) 2016 Football Stars 2nd Series (Footballers of the 80s) 2016 10 - Following on from the 1st series, we now have another set in the same format i.e. digital caricatures of players from the 1980s. The stars in this set are Everton’s Neville Southall, Chelsea’s Pat Nevin, Alan Sunderland of Ipswich, Celtic’s Brian McClair, legendary Notts. Forest defender Viv Anderson, Arsenal’s Kenny Sansom, Terry Butcher of Scottish club Rangers, Gerry Francis of QPR who was also manager of the club, Liverpool’s Craig Johnston who created a football boot for Adidas and Newcastle defender Barry Venison. As before there is useful text on the numbered backs. Size 68 x 36mm
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Lychgate Press Football Football Stars 3rd Series (Footballers of the 80s) 2016 Football Stars 3rd Series (Footballers of the 80s) 2016 10 - Here we have a third series of digital caricatures of 1980s footballers and in this batch can be found controversial Spur’s player Paul Gasgoigne, Trevor Francis formerly of QPR but then playing for Sampadoria, Watford’s star winger John Barnes, Liverpool’s John Rush, Ipswich Town’s Dutch midfielder Arnold Muhren, Man. United’s Mark Hughes who later became a manager, Brian Flynn of Leeds United, Everton and England’s Peter Beardsley, Scottish born Steve Archibald who is shown in Barcelona kit and Peter Barnes of Man. City. There are plenty of facts on the numbered backs so the set is ideal for footy fans. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Football Card Collector Football Footballers 1960s 1st Series 2011 Footballers 1960s 1st Series 2011 10 - This series of black and white photos of footballers in action back in the 1960s includes the likes of Chelsea’s Alan Hudson, Newcastle’s Bobby Moncur, Manchester City’s Mike Summerbee, Spur’s Martin Chivers, West Ham’s Billy Bonds and Burnley’s Ralph Coates, with the added benefit of descriptive backs tracing each player’s career highlights. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Footballers 1960s 1st Series 2011

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Football Card Collector Football Footballers 1960s 2nd Series 2011 Footballers 1960s 2nd Series 2011 10 - Head and shoulders photos instead of action shots are used for this second series in which we find ‘Busby Babe’ Bill Foulkes who played almost 600 games for Manchester United, and Manchester City’s Mike Doyle (450 games for the club) as well as West Brom’s goalie Jim Cumbes (a former county cricketer) and Cardiff City’s defender (and later manager) Ritchie Morgan, all with career details on the backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Footballers 1960s 2nd Series 2011

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Football Card Collector Football Footballers 1960s 3rd Series 2011 Footballers 1960s 3rd Series 2011 10 - Following the first two series, this third selection of black and white photos of 1960s footballers in action includes Jack Charlton who spent his entire professional playing career with Leeds United and was a World Cup winner in 1966, Francis Lee who won League Cup and European honours with Manchester City, Chelsea’s Alan Birchenall and Everton’s Colin Harvey, with their achievements described on the card backs. Size 68 x 36mm
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Footballers 1960s 3rd Series 2011

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Football Card Collector Football Footballers 1960s 4th Series 2011 Footballers 1960s 4th Series 2011 10 - In the same format as the third series, this collection includes some of the most famous names in football half a century ago such as Ray Kennedy (Arsenal), Colin Bell (Manchester City), Alan Ball (Everton), Norman Hunter (Leeds), Terry Venables (Spurs), Geoff Hurst (West Ham), Kevin Hector (Derby and Mike Pegic (Stoke) with career details on the backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Footballers 1960s 4th Series 2011

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M B T W Football Footballers 60 1st Series (Footballers of the 1960s) 2016 Footballers 60 1st Series (Footballers of the 1960s) 2016 10 - Featuring colour head and shoulder pictures of star players of the 1960s. The footballers in this set include Alex Scott of Rangers, Man United’s Joe Walton, Joe Mullett of Norwich City, Blackburn Rovers’ goalie Fred Else and Southampton centre-half Pat Parker. The numbered backs have details of their careers. Size 68 x 36mm.
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M B T W Football Footballers 70 1st Series (Footballers of the 1970s) 2016 Footballers 70 1st Series (Footballers of the 1970s) 2016 10 - Featuring colour pictures of star players of the 1970s. Perhaps the best known is George Best who had a successful career with Manchester United. He is pictured in Hibernian kit following his transfer to the club in 1979. Other big names include Liverpool’s Tommy Smith, Rodney Marsh of Man City, Pat Jennings of Spurs, Manchester United’s Sammy McIlroy and Norman Hunter of Leeds. The numbered backs give details of their careers. These are a real trip down memory lane. .Size 68 x 36mm
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M B T W Football Footballers 70 2nd Series (Footballers of the 1970s) 2016 Footballers 70 2nd Series (Footballers of the 1970s) 2016 10 - This is the second set of footballers from the 1970s. The players in this set are Trevor Whymark of Ipswich, Ron Yeats of Tranmere Rovers, Blackpool’s Mickey Burns who scored the winning goal in their match against Bologna in the Anglo Italian Cup, Ken Beamish who played nearly 100 games for the Seagulls, West Ham full-back Keith Coleman, Middlesbrough’s Ian Gibson, Dundee centre-forward Gordon Wallace, Ernie Moss of Chesterfield, Man. City’s Francis Lee and Wilf Smith of Sheffield Wednesday. More details are given on the numbered backs. Size 68 x 35mm.\r\n
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M B T W Football Footballers 70 3rd Series (Footballers of the 1970s) 2016 Footballers 70 3rd Series (Footballers of the 1970s) 2016 10 - More football nostalgia in this 3rd series of players from the 1970s. Included in this set are Tommy Wright who spent his whole career with Everton, Arsenal’s legendary Charlie George, Jim Bone the Scottish born Blades player, Coventry’s Tommy Hutchinson who was also a member of the 1974 Scottish World Cup Squad, Notts. Forest defender Bob Chapman, Mick Mills of Ipswich who was their Player of the Year in 1978, Roy McFarland The Rams’ central defender, Man. City’s Colin Bell, Bobby Owen of Carlisle and Millwall’s Alf Wood. Ideal for football fans. The numbered backs give details of the players. Size 68 x 35mm.
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Neill Football Footy Star 1st Series (Soccer Stars of the 1950s) 2008 Footy Star 1st Series (Soccer Stars of the 1950s) 2008 10 - Here we have black and white head and shoulders portraits of ten well-known footballers, the backs give a biography of the players. Included are Welsh International Mel Charles, Manchester City’s long-serving Ken Barnes, Newcastle and England star Ivor Broadis, and Sir Bobby Charlton whose amazing career included 752 games for Manchester United and 106 appearances for England including, of course, the 1966 World Cup Final. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Neill Football Footy Star 2nd Series (Soccer Stars of the 1970s) 2016 Footy Star 2nd Series (Soccer Stars of the 1970s) 2016 10 - The 1st Series of these Footy Star cards covered players of the 1950s period and this set of caricatures by Philip Neill is in the same format, but this time the footballers are from the 1970s. Stars include Alex Stepney of Manchester United, Everton’s Bruce Rioch, John Wark of Ipswich, Leeds United’s Terry Yorath and Liverpool and England legend Kevin Keegan. The numbered backs give career highlights. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Neill Football Forest Kings of Europe 1979 Nottingham Forest F C 2005 Forest Kings of Europe 1979 Nottingham Forest F C 2005 12 - 20,000 Forest supporters were in Munich on 30th May 1979 to see their team beat Swedish side Malmo 1-0 to win the European Cup, the only goal being Trevor Francis’s diving header in the 45th minute. The eleven players, Woodcock, Birtles, Boyer, Anderson, Francis, Shilton etc., are depicted in these first-class colour caricatures with Taylor and Clough on no. 12. Size 68 x 36mm.
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