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Images Dated 2010 May

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Choose from 102 pictures in our Images Dated 2010 May collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Tottenham Hotspur Double Winning Team - 1961 Featured May Print

Tottenham Hotspur Double Winning Team - 1961

Football - Tottenham Hotspure 1960 / 1961 Team Group
Double-winning FA Cup and League Division One Champions.
Back row: (left to right): Ron Henry, Maurice Norman, Bill Brown, Robert Bobby Smith, Peter Baker.
Front: Cliff Jones, John White, Danny Blanchflower, Les Allen, Terry Dyson, Dave Mackay

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Everton Youth - 1974/75 Featured May Print

Everton Youth - 1974/75

Football - 1974 / 1975 Everton Photocall - Youth Team Group
Back, l-r: Ridley Nevin, George Telfer, Ken McNaught, Jim Smith, Paul Courtney, Tony Hogan, Cliff Marshall, Jon Balm.
Middle: Sid Wallace, David Kelly, David Griffiths, David Charlton, John O'Brien, Andrew Drew Brand, John Moran, Martin Mowat, Tom Sharp, John Brogan.
Front: Ray Minshull, Nigel Groome, Michael O'Halloran, Neil Robinson, David Esser, Barry Wellings, David Gardiner, Mike Parle, Eric Harrison

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IFA Ireland XI - 1950 British Home Championship Featured May Print

IFA Ireland XI - 1950 British Home Championship

Football - 1950 British Home Championship - Wales 0 IFA Ireland XI 0
The Ireland Team Group before the game at the Racecourse Ground, Wrexham.
Back (left to right): N. Lockhart (Coventry), Danny Blanchflower (Barnsley), H. Kelly (Fulham), G. Bowler (Hull City), S. Smyth (Wolves), Reg Ryan (West Brom).
Front: J. McKenna (Huddersfield), R. Brennan (Birmingham), Con Martin (Aston Villa; captain), Tom Aherne (Luton Town), Davy Walsh (West Brom).
The game was the last time the Belfast-based IFA fielded an all-Ireland team. The team included four players - Tom Aherne, Reg Ryan, Davy Walsh and the captain, Con Martin - who were born in what is now the Republic of Ireland. Since this game was also a qualifier for the 1950 FIFA World Cup, the situation led to controversy. All four players had previously played for the Dublin-based FAI XI in their qualifiers. As a result the four players actually played for two different associations in the same FIFA World Cup tournament.
FIFA intervened, after complaints from the FAI, and subsequently restricted players eligibility based on the political border

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