Hibernian 1972 Scottish Cup Final Retro Football Shirt. Whilst Hibs lost to Celtic 6 -1 (the highest score in the final since 1888) this was the birth of the ‘Turnbull Tornadoes’ named in honour of the returning Eddie Turnball as Manager. Eddie had led the team as Captain through industry and creatativity and although this match is a dark day for Hibs fans it saw the turning point for a team that went on to win the 1972 Dryburgh and League Cup Finals. On top of this he took Hibs to Tynecastle on New Years Day 1973 and narrowly scraped a 7-0 win.
Bradford City 1982-83 Home Retro Football Shirt This shirt is handmade in the UK from 100% polyester. It features the local toy shop “M. E. NORMAN TOY CITY” as well as the defunct Litesome crown logo screen printed onto the front.
Portsmouth 1980-1982 Home Retro Football Shirt. With the previous season’s promotion there was a new sense of optimism at Fratton Park.This shirt was worn in the tremendous 80-81 League Cup fourth round tie at Anfield against Liverpool. The shirt was worn by David Gregory, Mick Tait and Steve Aizlewood
West Germany 1972 Olympics Retro Football Shirt. This classic shirt was worn in the 1972 Olympics, the West Germans were denied a gold medal but the experience gained was invaluable in preperation for the succesful 1974 World Cup.
Watford 1959 – 1961 The Golden Boys became the GBs (also the Hornets) when they exchanged blue and white for old gold and black in 1959-60, this marking a brilliant season at the end of which they were promoted to the old Division 3. The photo is of the team for this season which includes in the front row centre Cliff Holton (46 goals in that campaign) and Dennis Uphill to his right (36 goals).