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Images Dated 2013 February

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Choose from 134 pictures in our Images Dated 2013 February 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.


West Bromwich Albion - 1919/20 League Champions Featured February Print

West Bromwich Albion - 1919/20 League Champions

Football - 1919 / 1920 season - West Bromwich Albion team group
The WBA team that were the 1920 Division One League Champions.
Back (left to right): Barber (trainer), Harold Pearson, Gopsill, G. Smith (assistant secretary).
Standing: Fred Everiss (Secretary), D. Nurse (Director), Arthur Cook, Mr. W. Billy Bassett (Chairman), H. Keys (Director), Alan Claude Jephcott, A. Seymour (Director), Major Ely (Director).
Sitting: John Jack Crisp, Smith, Robert Bobby McNeal, Jesse Pennington (Captain), Sidney Sid Bowser, Fred Morris, Howard Gregory.
Ground: Joe Smith, (League Championship trophy), Tommy Magee, Alfred Alf Bentley, (FA Charity Shield), William Ginger Richardson

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Phil Bennett passes for the Barbarians against the All Blacks in 1973 Featured February Print

Phil Bennett passes for the Barbarians against the All Blacks in 1973

Rugby Union - 1972 / 1973 New Zealand Tour of Great Britain & France - Barbarians 23 New Zealand 11
Phil Bennett passes the ball out for the Barbarians, with teammates Fergus Slattery, far left, and Tom David, with Bob Wilkinson, right, at Cardiff Arms Park.
The Barbarians defeated the All Blacks for the first time, and the match is rated as one of the greatest ever played.
27/01/1973

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The West Bromwich Albion team with club and Football League officials on the day The Hawthorns was opened Featured February Print

The West Bromwich Albion team with club and Football League officials on the day The Hawthorns was opened

Football - 1900 / 1901 season - Opening of The Hawthorns
Opening of The Hawthorns ground at Birmingham Road, West Bromwich. The West Bromwich Albion team pose in front of the unfinished stand at their new ground, with club and Football League officials, before facing Derby County in a 1-1 draw on 03/09/1900.
Back row: I. Whitehouse (President), W. Heath (secretary), J. C. Orr (secretary), D. I. Pitt (WBA director), T. H. Sidney (Vice-President of Football League), H. Lockett (Secretary of the Football League).
Third row: H. Powell (WBA director), T. H. Spencer (WBA director), H. Radford (League Committee), C. E. Sutcliffe (League Committee), D. Haigh (Vice-President of the Football League), J. J. Bentley (League President), H. Keys (Chairman of WBA directors), W. W. Hart (League Committee), William McGregor (founder of the Football League), C. Perry (WBA director), J. Jones (WBA director).
Second row: Frank Heaven (WBA Secretary), C. Keys (Auditor), Pickering, George Frederick Fred Wheldon (WBA captain), Simmons, Jones, Dunn, Adams, J. Paddock (trainer).
Front: J. M. Bayliss (WBA director), Chadburn, Roberts, Reader, Williams, Hadley

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