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Legends of the Lane - Print signed by Pat Jennings, Martin Chivers, Jimmy Greaves, Ossie Ardiles and Steve Perryman
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Stunning montage of five Tottenham greats, signed by Pat Jennings, Martin Chivers, Jimmy Greaves, Ossie Ardiles and Steve Perryman.
Approximate size:16 x 12 inches
Categories:Football, Jimmy Greaves, Steve Perryman, Tottenham Hotspur, Martin Chivers, Ossie Ardiles, Pat Jennings
Dispatch time:Usually dispatched within 2-3 working days
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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.
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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.
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Patrick Anthony Jennings signed for Tottenham at the age of 19 and although his arrival at White Hart Lane generated few headlines or fanfare, he was to become arguably the greatest goalkeeper in the club's history. The Northern Irish legend spent 13 distinguished years at Spurs, amassing an incredible 472 league appearances for the Lilywhites - and 591 in all competitions - and during his reign as the club's undisputed number one keeper, Tottenham won the 1967 FA Cup, the 1971 and 1973 League Cup and the 1972 FA Cup. His eye-catching performances in goal were recognised in 1973 when he was named the Football Writers' Association Football of the Year and three years later he won the Professional Footballers' Association version of the award. After his retirement, he was also awarded the MBE and OBE for his services to football. Famed for the size of his hands, Jennings joined the exclusive club of goalkeepers who have scored a goal in a professional match when his punt in the 1967 Charity Shield at Wembley embarrassed his Manchester United counterpart Alex Stepney and found the back of the net but the amiable Irishman will forever be remembered by Spurs fans as the rock in goal during one of the club's golden eras. A pacey and powerful centre forward, Martin Chivers spent eight years at White Hart Lane and was key member of the early 1970s side that won silverware in three successive seasons under legendary manager Bill Nicholson Born in Southampton, he began his professional career with Saints but in January 1968 Nicholson decided he needed to bolster his attacking resources and signed Chivers for a then club record fee of £125,000. The deal made him the most expensive player in the country and he began replaying the club's considerable investment immediately - scoring on his debut against Sheffield Wednesday. Chivers truly blossomed at the Lane following Jimmy Greaves' departure to West Ham in 1970 and in the 1970-71 campaign he scored 21 times in the First Division, as well as scoring both goals in Spurs' 2-0 victory over Aston Villa in the final of the League Cup. Capped for the first time by England the same year, Chivers rich vein of form continued the following season. The striker scored 44 times in 64 appearances for the club, including a brace in the Uefa Cup final victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers, and his place in club folklore was already assured. He added the 1973 League Cup to his collection after Norwich were beaten in the final and by the time Chivers left Spurs for Swiss side Servette in 1976, he had amassed a grand total of 367 appearances for the club, scoring 174 times. He was inducted into the Tottenham Hotspur Hall of Fame in 2007. One of the most naturally gifted and prolific strikers of any era, Jimmy Greaves was born to score goals and in an iconic career that spanned three glorious decades, that is exactly what he did with an unerring regularity for club and country. Greaves was simply sensational in front of goal and from the moment he marked his debut for Chelsea as a 17-year-old in 1957 with a goal, it was obvious he was destined for great things. He spent four seasons at Stamford Bridge and scored an incredible 124 times in just 157 appearances. It was, however, in the famous white of Tottenham Hotspur that he was to truly establish himself as one of the game's greats. Signed by Bill Nicholson in 1961 after a brief and unhappy sojourn in Italy with AC Milan, Greaves found his spiritual home at White Hart Lane and his arrival in north London was the beginning of a nine-year love affair between the player and the club. The striker lit up the old First Division with Spurs, finishing the league's top scorer in four separate seasons and his goals helped the club to lift the FA Cup in 1962 and 1967. In 1963, he was part of the Tottenham team who became the first British side to lift a European trophy after they famously beat Atletico Madrid 5-1 in the final of the Cup Winners' Cup. He left Spurs aged 30 in 1970 having rewritten the club's record books. In total, he scored a breathtaking 266 goals in 379 games for the Lilywhites and is still widely regarded as the greatest striker in Tottenham's illustrious history. Greaves was even more prolific in the white of England. He marked his international debut against Peru in 1959 with a goal and over the next eight years he played times for his country and scored 44 times. He is third on the all-time England goalscorers list behind Bobby Charlton and Gary Lineker but his goals per game ratio remains superior to both. Injury robbed him of the chance to play in the 1966 World Cup final but his impact on the international stage was undimmed by the cruel twist of fate and he will forever be remembered as one of England's greatest ever strikers. One of the most popular players in Spurs' history, Ossie Ardiles epitomised the club's free-flowing football philosophy and in his 10 seasons in north London, the Argentinean midfielder became a cult figure who was worshipped by the White Hart Lane faithful. Signed in the wake of Argentina's 1978 World cup final triumph over Holland, the diminutive playmaker caused a huge stir on his arrival in the UK with international team-mate Ricky Villa and his performances on the pitch quickly confirmed that the hype was more than justified. A skilful player brimming with vision, Ardiles adapted to English football with ease and his partnership with Glenn Hoddle in the heart of the Tottenham midfield made the team into a real force and the trophies followed. The Argentinean was part of both the 1981 and 1982 FA Cup-winning sides under Keith Burkinshaw's astute management and although the outbreak of the Falklands War forced him into a temporary exile with Paris Saint Germain in France, he returned to White Hart Lane to help the side lift the 1984 Uefa Cup. His playing days with the club came to an end in 1988 and although he endured an ill-fated season as Spurs manager in the early 1990s, he remains one of Tottenham's favourite sons. The most loyal servant in Spurs' illustrious history, Steve Perryman joined the club as a teenage apprentice in July 1967 and during a 17-year career at White Hart Lane, he went on to make a record 866 appearances for the first team. Signed by Bill Nicholson, Perryman was a tenacious and tireless midfielder and made his league debut in 1969 against Sunderland at the age of 17. He was soon one of the first names on the Tottenham team sheet and by the age of 20, Nicholson had already entrusted him with the captain's armband. Perryman remains one of the most successful Spurs players of all time, winning the 1971 and 1973 League Cups, the 1981 and 1982 FA Cups, as well Uefa Cup in 1972 and then again in 1984 Uefa Cup after Tottenham famously beat Anderlecht in a dramatic penalty shootout. Although only capped once by England, Perryman was the heartbeat of the Spurs side for more than a decade and although he moved to right back towards the end of his career, he was always in the thick of the action. He was named the Football Writers' Player of the Year in 1982 and he was awarded the MBE in 1986 - the same year his love affair as a player with the Lane finally came to an end. Own a piece of sporting history Spurs have long enjoyed a reputation for great players and this striking montage brings together five of the very best from the club's illustrious history. The montage is a superb piece of Tottenham memorabilia and is personally signed by Pat Jennings, Martin Chivers, Jimmy Greaves, Ossie Ardiles and Steve Perryman. Each montage is issued with a certificate of authenticity.
|Product type||Signed prints|
|Signed by||Jimmy Greaves, Martin Chivers, Ossie Ardiles, Pat Jennings, Steve Perryman|
|Approximate size||16 x 12 inches|
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