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Choose from 922 pictures in our 00251 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


Wrexham FC Full Playing Staff. Back Row L-R: Alan Robertson, Paul Roberts, Alan Dwyer Featured 00251 Image

Wrexham FC Full Playing Staff. Back Row L-R: Alan Robertson, Paul Roberts, Alan Dwyer

Wrexham FC Full Playing Staff. Back Row L-R: Alan Robertson, Paul Roberts, Alan Dwyer, John Lyons, Brian Davies, Graham Williams, Kerry Davies, Nigel Jones, Alan Bill, K.Beddoes, Gareth Davis, Alan Griffiths. Middle Row L-R: G. Showell (trainer), Melvyn Sutton, David Smallman, David Fogg, Thomas Vansittart, Brian Lloyd, John Moonan, Roger Mostyn, William Ashcroft, Joseph Jones, J. Neal (manager). Front Row L-R: Robert Scott, Graham Whittle, Brian Tinnion, Ian Moir, Edwin May, Arfon Griffiths, Michael Thomas, Michael Evans. P005903
Circa 1975

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Division Two football Fulham v Chelsea 1976/77 season. Fulham won the match three one Featured 00251 Image

Division Two football Fulham v Chelsea 1976/77 season. Fulham won the match three one

Division Two football Fulham v Chelsea 1976/77 season. Fulham won the match three one. Our Picture Shows: George Best being congratulated by his team mates after scoring a goal. April 1977

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1970s, Action, Football, Sport

Eusebio Ferreira Da Silva came to prominence in the 1960' Featured 00251 Image

Eusebio Ferreira Da Silva came to prominence in the 1960'

Eusebio Ferreira Da Silva came to prominence in the 1960's and made an enormous impact on Portuguese football. Eusebio was born in the then Portugeuse territory of Mozambique. He began his football career with the Sporting Lourenco-Marques, a nursery club of Sporting Lisbon. Benfica, Sporting's great rival, snapped up the young Eusebio upon his arrival into Portugal.
He was the top scorer at the 1966 World Cup (9 goals) held in England.
He was the Portuguese League's top scorer in 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1970 and 1973. He was the European top scorer in both 1968 (42 goals) and 1973 (40 goals).
In Eusebio's spectacular career he played 715 games and scored 727 goals he retired in 1974 due to a knee injury. Seen here in England in May 1968 P009853

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