Petr Cech Framed Signed Display
Petr Cech joined Chelsea F.C for Â£7 million from French club Stade Rennais. Cech went on to play for the Blues for 11 years, making over 220 appearances for the club, coming the record holder for clean sheets made in the Premier League & playing a key role in the most successful period in the clubs history. While at Chelsea, Cech won 4 Premier League titles, 4 FA Cups, 3 League Cups & 1 Champions League.
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Petr Cech framed signed display.
– 100% Authentic Hand Signed Autograph.
– Signed in a private signing session.
– Certificate of Authenticity supplied with every purchase.
Paul Gascoigne Deluxe Framed Signed England Shirt0 out of 5
Paul â€œGazzaâ€ Gascoigne earned 57 England caps during his career & has been praised as one of the most naturally gifted English playersÂ of his generation. Gascoigne played for England at the 1990 World Cup, helping them reach the semi â€“ final before being knocked out by West Germany. He also played for England at the 1996 Euroâ€™s scoring the infamous â€œdentist chair goalâ€ before once again losing on penalties to Germany in the semi finals.
Billy Bonds Signed FA Cup Kings Print0 out of 5
Billy Bonds wasÂ a key part of the West Ham United team that won the 1980 FA Cup, beating Arsenal in the final at Wembley, thanks to a goal from Trevor Brooking, in the 13th minute.
Dennis Mortimer Signed European Cup Kings Poster0 out of 5
Dennis Mortimer is a former English footballer who captained Aston Villa to European Cup success in 1982. Villa beat Bayern Munich in the final 1-0, thanks to a goal from Peter Withe in the 67th minute. Â Aston Villa’s only European triumph to date.
Geoff Hurst & Martin Peters Signed Photo0 out of 5
Geoff Hurst & Martin Peters are former England players who were a part of the 1966 World Cup winning team. Peters scored once & Hurst scored a hat trick in the final, helping England to win their maiden World Cup at Wembley by defeating West Germany 4-2 in extra time.
Charlie George signed 1971 Arsenal Shirt0 out of 5
Charlie George is a former English footballer, who played striker for a number of clubs including Arsenal between 1968 – 1975. He was a key member of the 1971 team who won the league & FA Cup double, George scored goals in the fourth, fifth, sixth & final round of the 1971 FA Cup helping Arsenal overcome a resilient Liverpool team.
Pele Framed Signed Brazil Shirt0 out of 5
PÃ©le is Â one of the greatest footballers of all time. He earned 91 caps for Brazil & scored an incredible 71 goals. He won three World Cups across three decades (1958, 1962, 1970) during his international careerÂ and isÂ the only player to haveÂ accomplished this. He also had an incredible 18 year spell at his club Santos, where he played 638 games & scored 619 goals, aÂ feat no player has come near to since.
Leeds United 1972 Framed Signed Shirt by 100 out of 5
Under the tutelage of Don Revie Leeds United won their only FA Cup title to date at the end of the 1971-72 season, defeating Arsenal at Wembley in the final 1-0, thanks to a goal from Allan Clarke in the 53rd minute.
Archie Gemmill Signed Photo0 out of 5
Archie Gemmill played 43 times & scored 8 goals for Scotland, as well as captaining the side 22 times. Gemmill’s most celebrated moment came against Holland in a Group D fixture at the 1978 World Cup. Scotland needed to win by 3 goals to qualify for the knockout stages of the touurnament. With Scotland leading 2-1 in the 68th minute, Gemmill scored one of the greatest World Cup goals of all time, taking it around a host of Dutch players before lifting it over the keeper.
Tottenham 1984 Team Signed Photo0 out of 5
The 1984 Tottenham Hoptspur team reached the UEFA Cup final was played in Brussels in front of 38,000 fans. Tottenham edge Anderlecht in a tight affair after it finished 1-1 after extra time, it then went to penalties where Tottenham won 4-3, thanks to penalties from Roberts, Falco, Stevens & Archibald.
Leeds United 1972 Shirt signed by 100 out of 5
Under the tutelage of Don Revie Leeds United won their onlyÂ FA Cup title to date at the end of the 1971-72 season, defeating Arsenal at Wembley in the final 1-0, thanks to a goal from Allan Clarke in the 53rd minute.