Howard Kendall Signed Print
Howard Kendall was a former footballer & manager who led Everton to the 1985 European Cup. Kendall sadly passed away in October 2015, leaving behind him a great English footballing legacy, having been involved with over 8 clubs in the English game, including Blackburn Rovers, Stoke, Preston North End, Birmingham City & Sheffield United.
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Signed European Cup Kings 1985 print by the manager who led them to the cup, Howard Kendall.
– 100% Authentic Hand Signed Autograph.
– Signed in a private signing session.
– Certification of Authenticity supplied with every purchase.
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Paul Gascoigne Signed Photo – “Dentist Chair”0 out of 5
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Dennis Mortimer Signed European Cup Kings Poster0 out of 5
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