Framed Alan Taylor signed print - FA Cup Final 1975

Iconic black and white print of Alan Taylor celebrating his strike in the 1975 FA Cup Final win over Fulham.
Product code: A3023BF
Approximate size: 18.5 x 22.5 inches
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Although he played less than a 100 league games for the club, Alan Taylor's place in West Ham folklore is forever assured after his sensational contribution to the Hammers' 1975 FA Cup triumph which culminated in a Man of the Match performance against Fulham in the final at Wembley. Signed on his 21st birthday by Hammers boss John Lyall from lowly Rochdale in 1974, the striker announced his arrival in the top-flight with two goals in the FA Cup quarter-final win over Arsenal. The semi-final against Ipswich finished goalless but Taylor was back to his best in the replay with another brace to take West Ham to the final and a clash with London rivals Fulham. The game at Wembley remained goalless until the second-half and it was Taylor who broke the deadlock with a 61st-minute strike and three minutes later he doubled the Hammers' advantage. The Cottagers had no reply and West Ham lifted the cup. Although Taylor was to appear as a substitute in the club's appearance in the final of the European Cup Winners' Cup the following season, his heroics at Wembley was the highlight of his Upton Park career and what he will always be remembered fondly for by the Hammers faithful. Own a piece of sporting history Alan Taylor's heroics in helping West Ham United to win the 1975 FA Cup are the stuff of legends. This superb print shows the former Hammers star celebrating at with a pint of milk after the game and is hand-signed by Taylor himself. This is a great item of football memorabilia. Each print also comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Product type Signed prints
Signed by Alan Taylor
Approximate size 18.5 x 22.5 inches
Product code A3023BF
Bin Number D77
Preframed Yes


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