Sir Geoff Hurst Limited Edition Signed Autobiography - 1966 and All That

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Limited edition of Geoff Hurst's autobiography '1966 and All That'. Presented in a stunning velvet-lined display box, '1966 and All That' is the perfect way to commemorate England's own Hat-Trick Hero. The book comes in a hardback slipcover to ensure it remains in pristine condition. Both the book itself and a separate card insert are personally signed by Sir Geoff Hurst. A stunning item from a key player in the story of English Football.
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From the opening chapter of '1966 and All That': 'Was it a goal? Did the ball cross the line? Those two questions have haunted me for most of my adult life. They are the questions I'm asked most often - and I don't know the answers. I don't think I ever will. It's a controversy that will follow me to the grave. 'For those who played and those who watched that afternoon in 1966, and for all those who have seen it since then, my second goal against West Germany is probably the most debated and questionable incident in World Cup history. It all happened nearly 40 years ago but hardly a week goes by even now without me being reminded about some aspect of the day England won the World Cup. 'England's victory generated a whole range of emotions from jubilation and patriotism to anger and frustration, depending on your loyalties. The German fury at the time has diminished over the years but, in 1975, nearly ten years after their defeat, West Germany played England at Wembley in a friendly. Franz Beckenbauer, who had played in the final in 1966, was still in the German team. The night before the game, the Germans, as is customary, trained on the Wembley pitch. When they walked up the tunnel they noticed that the goalposts hadn't been erected, nor had the pitch been marked out. Beckenbauer turned to his team-mate Berti Vogts and said, 'See, Berti, they've removed the evidence!' Own a Piece of Sporting History This autobiography is essential reading for anyone with even a passing interest in English football. From the fantastic summer of 1966 through the golden age of first division football in England, '1966 and All That' bristles with hillarious anecdotes and Sir Geoff's own laconic take on events. Personally Signed Both the book and the stunning removable card insert have been personally signed by Sir Geoff Hurst, making this book a fantastic keepsake from one of England's greatest heroes.
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