Andy Gray Signed Photo
Andy Gray is a retired Scottish footballer who spent 2 years at Everton where he played 49 games and scored 14 goals. He was apart of the Everton team who won the league, FA Cup & European Cup winners Cup.
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Andy Gray Signed Photo.
– 100% Authentic Hand Signed Autograph.
– Signed in a private signing session.
– Certificate of Authenticity supplied with every purchase.
– Size: 12 inches x 16 inches.
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