Roy Bentley Signed Print – League Champions 1955
Roy Bentley is a retired English player who played over 360 games for Chelsea F.C and won 12 caps for the England side. He was captain of the Chelsea side that won the league title (the first in the club’s history) in 1955.
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Limited edition print signed by former Chelsea captain & Club legend, Roy Bentley, celebrating their first ever title win in 1955.
– 100% Authentic hand Signed autograph.
– Signed in a private signing session.
– Supplied with a Certificate of Authenticity.
– Size: 16 inches x 12 inches.
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