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Bradford City - 1911 FA Cup Winners Featured Football Print

Bradford City - 1911 FA Cup Winners

Football - 1910 / 1911 season - Bradford City Team Group
1911 FA Cup Winners.
Beat Newcastle Utd 1-0 in a replay at Old Trafford after 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace.
Goalscorer: Speirs (received the Military Medal during the 1st World War. Killed in the battle of Paschendale in Aug 1917. Gained one Scotland cap)
Back (left to right): Peter O'Rourke (manager), Robert Bob Torrance, Frank O'Rourke (1 Scotland cap), vMark Mellors, James Jimmy McDonald, Archibald Archie Devine (1 Scotland cap), C. Harper (trainer).
Sitting: Wiliam Willie Gildea, Robert Bob Campbell, James Jimmy Speirs, George Robinson, David Taylor, Francis Frank Thompson (12 Ireland caps).
On Ground: Peter Logan and Richard Dickie Bond (8 England Caps)

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Corinthian F.C. - 1931/32 Featured Football Print

Corinthian F.C. - 1931/32

Football - 1931 / 1932 season - West Bromwich Albion 4 Corinthian 0
Corinthian team group before kick-off on 23/01/1932.
Back (left to right): Claude Thesiger Ashton, G. B. Partridge, Benjamin Howard Baker, Tommy W. Whewell, J. G. Stevenson, A. H. Chaddar.
Front: Aubrey Howard Fabian, George Thomas Ansell, G. T. Cornelius, Edgar Donald Shearer, Herbert Vyvian Benest.
Ashton made 208 appearances for the club with 145 goals, was a Cambridge Blue for football, hockey and cricket. He was capped by England in 1925 and had 13 England Amateur caps and played cricket for Essex ; Whewell made 259 appearances for the club, captained Cambridge and the England Amateur side and also played for Blackburn and Charlton; Fabian played football and cricket for Cambridge and made 3 appearances for Fulham and was a football author; Ansell also played for Brighton, Norwich and Southampton; Shearer played football for Great Britian at the 1936 Olympic Games, represented the Irish League, gained 7 England Amateur caps and won an FA Amateur Cup medal in 1934. He also played cricket for Ireland. In the WWII he rose to Lieutenant colonel in the Royal Artillery and commanded the garrison at Tobruk; Benest served Royal Court in Jersey as Viscount of Jersey 1946-74.
In 1939, Corinthian amalgamated with the Casuals to form Corinthian-Casuals Football Club

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Paul Hince and Graham Howell - Manchester City Featured Football Print

Paul Hince and Graham Howell - Manchester City

Football - 1967 / 1968 season - Manchester City Photocall
City's Paul Hince, left, and Graham Howell.
Hince played seven games for the club, scoring four goals, while Howell never played a first team match for City, but later played for Bradford City, Brighton and Cambridge United

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