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Images Dated 2009 September

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Choose from 61 pictures in our Images Dated 2009 September 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.


Crystal Palace - 1960/61 Featured September Print

Crystal Palace - 1960/61

Football - 1960 / 1961 season - Southport 3 Crystal Palace 3
Crystal Palace team group before the game at Haig Avenue on 20/9/60.
Back (left to right): Long, G. Petchey, A. Noakes, V. Rouse, J. McNichol, R. Lunnis.
Front: J. Gavin, R. Summersby, Johnny Byrne, R Colfa, R. Heckman

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1975 England Tour to Australia Team Group Featured September Print

1975 England Tour to Australia Team Group

Rugby Union - 1975 England Tour to Australia - Team Group
Back (left to right): Alastair Hignell, Peter Preese, Andy Maxwell, Keith Smith, Derek Wyatt, Peter Butler, Neil Bennett, Phil Blakeway, Alan Morley.
Middle: Mike Burton, Steve Callum, Jon Raphael, Bob WIlkinson, Andy Ripley, Neiul Mantell, Roger Uttley, Bill Beaumont, Dave Rollitt.
Sitting: Peter Kingston, Brian Ashton, Alan Lewis (tour manager) Tony Neary (Captain), Ken Chapman (President RFU), John Pullin, John Burgess (coach), Peter Squires, Alan Wordsworth.
Bank of England Ground; 14/05/1975

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Norman Heath Testimonial Match Featured September Print

Norman Heath Testimonial Match

Football - 1955 / 1956 season - Norman Heath Testimonial Match: West Bromwich Albion vs. International XI
TV Star 'Sabrina' is escorted around the Hawthorns by Norman Heath in an open-top cart before kick-off.
The match was played following Norman Heath's forced retirement through injury. His career ended during a league match with Sunderland in 1954 when he was involved in a collision with Ted Purdon which resulted in severe back and neck injuries that confined him to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. 55, 000 well-wishers turned up at the Hawthorns for the game

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