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Jigsaw Puzzle : David Nish of Derby County heads the ball from Alan Ball of Arsenal during their league

David Nish of Derby County heads the ball from Alan Ball of Arsenal during their league




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David Nish of Derby County heads the ball from Alan Ball of Arsenal during their league

David Nish of Derby County heads the ball from Alan Ball of Arsenal during their league match at Highbury
March 1973

Peter Cook
mirrorpix
London
Greater London
England
WA*706413

Media ID 21931721

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Jigsaw Puzzle (520 Pieces)

Relive the thrills of football history with our Media Storehouse Jigsaw Puzzle featuring the iconic moment when David Nish of Derby County heads the ball against Alan Ball of Arsenal during their intense league match at Highbury in March 1973. This intricately detailed puzzle, brought to you by Memory Lane Prints, captures the excitement of the game and offers hours of engaging entertainment for puzzle enthusiasts. Immerse yourself in the past and test your skills with this captivating jigsaw puzzle, a must-have for any football fan's collection.

Made in the USA, 520-piece puzzles measure 16" x 20" (40.6 x 50.8 cm). Every puzzle is meticulously printed on glossy photo paper, which has a strong 1.33 mm thickness. Delivered in a black storage cardboard box, these puzzles are both stylish and practical. (Note: puzzles contain small parts and are not suitable for children under 3 years of age.)

Jigsaw Puzzles are an ideal gift for any occasion

Estimated Product Size is 40.5cm x 50.8cm (15.9" x 20")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


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EDITORS COMMENTS
In this print by Peter Cook, we are transported back to the intense world of 1970s football. The image captures a defining moment during a league match between Derby County and Arsenal at Highbury in March 1973. David Nish, the skilled defender from Derby County, is seen fearlessly soaring through the air as he heads the ball away from Alan Ball of Arsenal. The photograph perfectly encapsulates the raw energy and determination that characterized football during this era. Both players are fully committed to their respective teams' cause, with every sinew in their bodies strained as they battle for control of the ball. It's an awe-inspiring display of athleticism and skill. The grainy quality of the print adds a nostalgic touch, transporting us back to an era when football was played on muddy pitches amidst roaring crowds. This photo serves as a reminder of how much has changed since then – both in terms of playing style and technology. Peter Cook's masterful composition allows us to relive this iconic moment in sporting history. Whether you're a fanatical follower or simply appreciate sports photography at its finest, this print will undoubtedly evoke memories and spark conversations about one of football's most thrilling eras - forever etched into our collective memory.

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