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Sunderland Personalised Football Book

Reference: SGPGP00X0X0651030

Sunderland Personalised Football Book

49.99

Personalisation:

Gift box

Product Description

A history of Sunderland football club compiled from newspaper reports of the time.
Available with colour pages for articles from 2006 onwards

Available with recipient's name embossed on the front.

Black gift box available for additional £5

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Capture the history and greatest moments of Sunderland football club through newspapers written at the time. Starting in 1905 with a 3-1 derby win over Newcastle (one of many such clashes recorded), this book charts a glorious history of great league, cup and European games and names through the decades. Top stories include the FA Cup final victories, player James Thorpe dies after sustaining an injury, the promotions, and a record crowd of 42,192 see the North East rivals draw 2-2. Sunderland's first win over Liverpool for 20 years in 2002 and the mourning of Bob Stokoe. Newspaper coverage continues right up to the end of last season. This is a unique and wonderful gift and a must have for all Sunderland fans. Reproduced to near full tabloid newspaper size it is bound in a brown, gold embossed, premium leatherette hardback cover. Personalisation is on the title page. Size 380X310mm. Our Football Newspaper books are unofficial products, and are in no way affiliated with any football club, unless specifically stated. They have been independently compiled and researched by our archive team.

Product Specification
Weight (grams) 1460
Dimensions (mm) 310 x 380 x 12


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