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Class of 85 - Manchester United FA Cup print signed by Norman Whiteside and Bryan Robson
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Outstanding colour print of Manchester United celebrating their 1985 FA Cup Final win over Everton - signed by goalscorer Norman Whiteside and captain Bryan Robson.
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Over 15 years verifiable history
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Certificate of Authenticity
Every signed product is issued with a Certificate of Authenticity verified by our Managing Director, which guarantees that every item has been hand-signed. The certificate includes many security features to avoid duplication and protect your investment.
1. Quality of printing & paper
The printed lines and colours of the many intricate patterns on our Certificate of Authenticity are sharp, clear and free of smudges or blurred edges. The paper is high quality, textured and of a heavier weight than normal paper.
2. Integrated image
Each Certificate of Authenticity also includes either an example image of the product or a small photo of the individual signing the product.
*Images are for illustration purposes only and the product/signature location & size my differ slightly.
3. Hologram seal
A security bespoke A1 Sporting Memorabilia hologram seal that shimmers and animates when tilted is included on every Certificate of Authenticity.
4. Online verification
The name and authentication code of every item is printed onto every Certificate of Authenticity. By entering the authentication code into the A1 Sporting Memorabilia website you will be able to view more detailed images of the signed item, a detailed description and if available photos of the individual signing the item.
5. Verified by our CEO
Every single Certificate of Authenticity is also verified by our chief executive officer - to guarantee that the item is genuine and hand signed.
About A1 Sporting Memorabilia
A1 Sporting Memorabilia is Europe’s leading distributor of authentic signed memorabilia, and the A1 Sporting Group has established itself to become the leading UK challenger in a global sports memorabilia market.
At A1 Sporting Memorabilia, we not only have the highest standards of authenticity in the industry but we also combine this with unique products and exclusive arrangements with the biggest names in sport – such as Pele – while Jimmy Greaves and Sir Geoff Hurst are shareholders in the company.
Founded in 1995, A1 Sporting Memorabilia was previously owned by Terry and Freda Baker and is now owned by Icons Shop Limited. Through our after-dinner speaking agency A1 Sporting Speakers, we have had the pleasure of working with leading sports stars including Jimmy Greaves, Sir Geoff Hurst, Frank Bruno and Henry Cooper for many years.
Standard UK Delivery - £5.99 (small items)
Orders sent via our standard delivery service are sent via Royal Mail 1st Class Recorded Delivery. We aim to dispatch all UK orders within 1-2 working days.
We require a signature for all packages that we send out. If you are not at home in the day, we recommend getting your order delivered to a work address. If you are not in when a delivery is attempted, the parcel will be taken to your nearest postal sorting depot. A card will be left with instructions on how to retrieve it.
Standard UK Delivery - £14.99 (large items)
Some of our larger items are dispatched using a courier service due to their size, weight and value. All items sent via courier will require a signature and cannot be left in a safe place or with neighbours.
Additional delivery charges may apply for an address in the Scottish Highlands, Channel Islands and Isle of Man.
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One of the most naturally-gifted players of his generation, Norman Whiteside's playing career came to a premature and cruel end at the age of 26 but in his nine years of professional football, the Northern Ireland midfielder shone for both club and country. A precocious talent, Whiteside broke into the Manchester United side as a teenager and he featured for Northern Ireland in the World Cup finals of 1982 in Spain and in the process broke Pele's record as the youngest player ever to appear in the tournament when he was selected to face Yugoslavia at the age of 17 years and 41 days. He also played in the finals in Mexico four years later and at club level helped United lift the FA Cup in both 1983 and 1985, scoring a stunning winning goal at Wembley against Everton in his second final appearance. Whiteside played more than 273 games for United, scoring 66 goals, but a knee injury plauged his later years and in 1989 he signed for Everton and spent two seasons at Goodison before he was forced to hang up his boots. The longest-serving skipper in Manchester United's history, Bryan Robson was the embodiment of an all-action, dynamic midfielder who played 90 times for England during an illustrious career that saw him earn the affectionate nickname 'Captain Marvel'. Born in Chester-Le-Street in 1957, he began his professional career with West Bromich Albion in 1974 and spent seven seasons with the Baggies before United lured to him Old Trafford for a British record transfer fee of £1.5 million in October 1981. He made his debut for the Red Devils against Spurs in a League Cup clash six days later and it was to prove the start of a mutual love affair between the player and club which lasted 13 years. Robson went on to make 345 league appearances for United, scoring 74 times, and he was a mainstay of the side that claimed back-to-back Premier League titles in 1993 and 1994, as well as four FA Cups, a League Cup and the 1991 Uefa Cup Winners' Cup. At international level, the midfielder made his England debut in a 2-0 victory over the Republic of Ireland at Wembley in February 1980 in a European Championship qualifier and scored his first goal for his country the following year in a 2-1 defeat against Norway in Oslo. His goal after just 27 seconds against France in the World Cup Finals in 1982 earned him a place in the record books for 20 years for the fastest goal in the tournament's history and in November that year he captained England for the first time against Greece. Robson scored a total of 26 times for England during an international career that spanned 11 years and ended his playing days with Middlesbrough in 1996 before managerial stints with Boro, Bradford, West Brom and Sheffield United. Own a piece of sporting history Manchester United shocked league champions Everton by winning the 1985 FA Cup Final 1-0 thanks to Norman Whiteside's fabulous winning goal. This excellent colour print shows the team celebrating that famous triumph and is hand-signed by Whiteside and Robson. Each print also comes with a certificate of authenticity.
|Product type||Signed prints|
|Signed by||Bryan Robson|
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