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Liverpool signed jersey 1965 FA Cup winners FRAMED

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This is a great piece of Soccer memorabilia Liverpool 1965 FA CUP winning team signed by nine.

Signed By: Ron Yeats, Tommy Lawrence, Peter Thompson, Ian Callaghan, Wilf Stevenson, Chris Lawler, Roger Hunt, Ian St John and Gerry Bryne.
Product SKU: Liv-1965
Dimensions: 1100mm x 900mm
Certificate of Authenticity: YES
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Product Description

This a great piece of soccer memorabilia from Screpgraph part of our Legends range, the item comes framed with a plaque which features all the match statistics surrounded by twelve photos beautifully box framed with a double matte and Timber finish with a gold trim. Signed by 9 of the winning team from the 1965 FA Cup final which was an epic encounter between Bill Shankly's Liverpool and Don Revie's Leeds United. With the score at 0-0 after 90 minutes, it became the first final since 1947 to go to extra time. With Leeds' superbly drilled defence tiring, Roger Hunt finally broke the deadlock in the 93rd minute with a stooping header from a cross by left-back Gerry Byrne, who amazingly had played most of the match with a broken collar bone. Despite suffering a fearsome onslaught from the Merseysiders, Leeds roused themselves once more, and two minutes later Billy Bremner equalised with a half-volley. Liverpool continued to pile on the pressure and in the 113th minute, Ian St. John headed home from an Ian Callaghan cross. Leeds had no reply and Liverpool clung on to lift the trophy.

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