Thursday 20th April 2008 is a special date thousands of Robins? fans scattered across the globe, because it marks the 32nd Anniversary of their club?s last promotion to top-flight football. That evening Bristol City beat Portsmouth 1-0, at Ashton Gate wearing this classic shirt, before a blissful crowd of 27,394, thanks to Clive Whitehead?s third minute scorcher.
Our personalised Arsenal’s No.1 Fan steel and rubber bracelet is a fabulous gift for any Arsenal FC supporter. Your selected forename will be engraved alongside the Arsenal Crest on this stunning solid steel and rubber bracelet to read ‘Forename Surname Arsenal’s No.1 Fan.’ This personalised bracelet is an excellent gift for Christmas, Birthday, an Anniversary or as a thank you and makes a special and unique gift. Presented in a stylish bracelet presentation box. An official fully licensed product.
Terry Alcock was a versatile player born in the Potteries in 1946, he played 112 times for Port Vale before joining Blackpool, where he scored 21 goals in 196 games. Brief stints at Bury, Blackburn, Port Vale and Halifax followed before he played one season in North America with the Portland Timbers in 1977.
Hibernian 1977-1980 Bukta Home Retro Shirt.This shirt was worn by the great George Best. Best played 17 games for Hibs notching 3 goals between 1979 and 1981. George later returned the the USA where he played for the San Jose Earthquakes before stints with the Honk Kong Rangers, Bournemouth and Brisbane Lions amongst others.
Leicester Football Newspaper Book. Relive those glorious moments of your favourite team captured in newsprint. From the early 20th century to the recent past, each book affords a unique perspective on your team or sport?s colourful history. They are not written by someone looking back in time, but by reporters who witnessed the games and events as they unfolded and in a language of the time. Capture the history and greatest moments of Leicester through the newspapers, as written at the time. Starting with coverage of Leicester?s promotion to Division 2 in 1908, this book charts a glorious history of great games and League and Cup titles through the decades of the 20th century. Top stories include promotion to Division 1 in 1925, FA Cup Final games in 1949 against Wolves, 1961 against Spurs, 1963 against Man Utd, and finalists again in 1969. Also included is coverage of the great League Cup win in 1964 and the final against Chelsea in 1965. Read about the signing of the 17 year old Peter Shilton in 1967, the departure on Gary Lineker in 1985, promotion to the Premiership in 1994 and much much more. A unique and wonderful gift and must have for all Leicester fans.