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AGIF10056 Cr8 A Gift

Personalised Southampton Football Newspaper History Book Gift - NA

by Cr8 A Gift
£29.99
29.99
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    • Starting in 1908, this book charts a glorious history of great league, cup and European games and names through the decades.

      Top stories include defeating Blackpool 8-2, Nottingham Forest 7-2, and Leeds 5-4 with all goals scored by Derek Reeves
    • Newspaper coverage continues right up to the end of last season
    • This is a unique and wonderful gift and a must have for all Southampton fans.

      Reproduced to a compact A4 size it is bound in a classic, embossed, grey linen-effect hardback cover
    • The last game at The Dell and promotions to the Premiership
    • Capture the history and greatest moments of Southampton football club through newspapers written at the time
    • They have been independently compiled and research by our archive team.

      Dispatched FREE by Royal Mail within 3-4 working days

    • Alan Ball etc
    • For URGENT orders please choose NEXT DAY DELIVERY at the checkout and your order will be with you within 1-2 working days.

    • The glory days of Lawrie McMenemy, Mike Channon
    • Personalise with a name on the front cover and a name and message on the inside of the book.

      Our Southampton Books are unofficial products, and are in no way affiliated with Southampton FC

  • HCODE

    AGIF10056

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