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Gloryyears Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 120 pictures in our Gloryyears collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Busby Babes/Munich Featured Print

Busby Babes/Munich

Manchester United Manager Matt Busby with his Babes (l-r) Albert Scanlon, Colin Webster, John Doherty, Tony Hawesworth, Alec Dawson and Paddy Kennedy. United's team plane crashed at Munich airport on the return flight from Belgrade 6/2/1958. *... only 12 survived out of the 40 aboard. 2/3/2001: Former Manchester United striker Colin Webster died at his home in Swansea aged 68


Bill Nicholson talks tactics Featured Print

Bill Nicholson talks tactics

Tactics talk between Tottenham Hostspur manager Bill Nicholson (left) and captain Danny Blanchflower during a training session at Cheshunt, Hertfordshire. Spurs are aiming for the league and cup double. 23/10/04: Tottenham's legendary manager Nicholson has died, aged 85, after a long illness. Nicholson, who led Spurs to their double-winning triumph in 1961, passed away peacefully at a Hertfordshire hospital early Saturday October 23 2004. Nicholson also guided Spurs to become the first British club to win a European trophy when they landed the Cup Winners Cup in 1963

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Soccer - World Cup England 66 - Reception For World Champions England - Elstree Studios Featured Print

Soccer - World Cup England 66 - Reception For World Champions England - Elstree Studios

England manager Alf Ramsay (second l) and captain Bobby Moore (second r) display the Jules Rimet trophy, which England won the previous day with a thrilling extra time victory over West Germany, at a reception given by ITV for the World Champions. Looking on are (l-r) England's Jack Charlton, Gordon Banks, George Cohen and Gerry Byrne

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