Ryan Giggs Framed Signed Manchester United Shirt
Ryan Giggs is a former professional footballer & current assistant coach at Manchester United. Giggs, originally from Wales, joined the United youth academy at 14 years of age & became an integral part of the class of 1992 with fellow future club legends David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Gary Neville, Phil Neville & Paul Scholes. During his 24 year professional career at the club Giggs made over 650 appearances for the Red Devils scoring 114 goals. He also won a host of silverware during his time at the club including 13 premier league titles, 4 FA Cups, 3 League cups & 2 Champions League titles.
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Ryan Giggs Framed Signed Manchester United Shirt.
– 100% Authentic Hand Signed Autograph.
– Signed in a private signing session.
– Supplied with Certificate of Authenticity.
Wayne Rooney Framed Signed Manchester United Shirt (2011-2012)0 out of 5
Wayne Rooney is an English footballer who currently plays for Manchester United. Rooney has scored over 180 career goals in club football (during his time at Everton & Manchester United) as well as earning over 100 caps for his country and recently becoming the highest goalscorer of all time with 50 goals.
Lionel Messi Deluxe Framed Signed Barcelona Shirt0 out of 5
Lionel Messi joined the Barcelona academy system when he was 14 years old. Having played for the C & B teams, he made his debutÂ for the first team at just 16 years old. He would go on to play over 300 games (and counting) scoring 289 goals to date. During his career Messi has won numerous amounts of individual & team accolades including 7 La Liga titles, 3 Copa Del Rey’s, 4 Champions League’s as well 3 consecutive Ballon D’Ors, cementing himself as one of the greatest players in the history of the sport.
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.
West Ham 1980 Shirt signed by 120 out of 5
The 1980 FA Cup Final was played at Wembley in front of 100,000 spectators. West Ham would g on to defeat Arsenal by a single goal scored in the 13th minute by club legend, Trevor Brooking. This was West Ham’s third FA Cup title & the most recent in the clubs history.
Joe Hart Framed Signed Glove0 out of 5
Framed glove signed by Man City & England International, Joe Hart.
Malcolm Macdonald Signed Photo0 out of 5
Signed Malcolm Macdonald photo during his time at Newcastle United.
Stuart Pearce Signed Photo0 out of 5
Stuart Pearce won 78 England Caps and played at two major tournaments for his country, the 1990 World Cup and the 1996 Euro’s where he scored an iconic penalty in front of a home crowd at Wembley to help England reach the semi-finals where they lost to Germany in a penalty shoot-out, despite Pearce successfully scoring from the spot again.
Ossie Ardiles & Ricky Villa Signed 1978 World Cup Poster0 out of 5
Ossie Ardiles &Â Ricky VillaÂ became household names when they signed for Tottenham Hotspur in 1978, it was their performances in the successful World Cup campaign that year that would cement their legacy as heroes in their home country. Argentina defeated Netherlands 3 – 1 in the final in front of 72,000 Argentina fans in Buenos Aires.
Steven Gerrard Framed Signed Liverpool FC Shirt0 out of 5
Steven Gerrard join the Liverpool academy when he was just 7 years of age, he would break into the first team in the 1998 season at the age of 18. Gerrard would go on to make over 504 appearances & score 120 goals from an attacking midfield position. Gerrard was hugely successful during his time at the club winning 2 FA Cup’s, 3 League Cup’s, 1 UEFA Cup & 1 Champions League (in which Liverpool came back to win on penalties after being 3-1 down).
Aston Villa 1982 European Cup Winners shirt signed by 110 out of 5
The 1982 European Cup final was played in front of 46,000 people in Rotterdam between Aston Villa (reigning English First Division Champions) & Bayern Munich (reigning German Champions). Peter Withe’s goal in the 67th minute was the only difference between the two teams in a hotly contested match, providingÂ Villa fans with their only triumph in Europe to date.