Arsenal 1971 Deluxe Framed Shirt signed by 12 – Home Kit
Arsenal would win their first league & FA Cup double in 1971, edging Leeds United by 1 point in the league & overcoming Liverpool 2-1 at Wembley. A truly memorable season that will go down in the clubs history.
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Arsenal 1971 Deluxe Framed Shirt signed by 12.
– Signatures include: Frank Mclintock, Bob Wilson, John Radford, Eddie Kelly, Bob Mcnab, Peter Marinello, Sammy Nelson, Jon Sammels, Peter Storey, Pat Rice, John Roberts and Charlie George.
– 100% Authentic Hand Signed Autograph.
– Signed in a private signing session.
– Certificate of Authenticity supplied with every purchase.
Steven Gerrard Framed Signed Liverpool FC Shirt0 out of 5
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Stuart Pearce Signed Photo0 out of 5
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Leeds United 1972 Framed Signed Shirt by 100 out of 5
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Signed Malcolm Macdonald photo during his time at Newcastle United.
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Wayne Rooney Framed Signed Manchester United Shirt (2011-2012)0 out of 5
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Chelsea 1971 Team Photo signed by 100 out of 5
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