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00245 Collection

Choose a picture from our 00245 Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts

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Background image00245 Collection: Partick Thistle 4-1 Celtic, 1971 Scottish League Cup Final Winners, 23rd October 1971

Partick Thistle 4-1 Celtic, 1971 Scottish League Cup Final Winners, 23rd October 1971. Our Picture Shows... The Partick Thistle team celebrate with the trophy on the bus following their shock victory

Background image00245 Collection: Coventry city FC footballer Larry Lloyd at Ryton training grounds indoor facilities

Coventry city FC footballer Larry Lloyd at Ryton training grounds indoor facilities. 23rd March 1976

Background image00245 Collection: Footballer Larry Lloyd. Coventry City FC Team photo shoot. 23rd August 1976

Footballer Larry Lloyd. Coventry City FC Team photo shoot. 23rd August 1976

Background image00245 Collection: Sunderland Associated Football Club - Hugh crowds greet the Sunderland team on an open

Sunderland Associated Football Club - Hugh crowds greet the Sunderland team on an open top bus after winning the 1973 FA Cup 8 May 1973

Background image00245 Collection: Sunderland Associated Football Club - Action from Sunderland v West Ham Promotion Match

Sunderland Associated Football Club - Action from Sunderland v West Ham Promotion Match 12 May 1980 - Delighted Sunderland players after the final whistle

Background image00245 Collection: FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium. Crystal Palace 3 v Manchester United 3

FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium. Crystal Palace 3 v Manchester United 3. Uniteds Mark Hughes celebrates a goal. 12th May 1990

Background image00245 Collection: AZ Alkmaar v Ipswich Town in action during 2nd leg match of UEFA Cup Final at the Olympic

AZ Alkmaar v Ipswich Town in action during 2nd leg match of UEFA Cup Final at the Olympic Stadium in Amsterdam May 1981. Final score

Background image00245 Collection: Ipswich Town, morning after winning UEFA Cup. Frans Thijssen

Ipswich Town, morning after winning UEFA Cup. Frans Thijssen The 2nd leg match of UEFA Cup Final between AZ Alkmaar v Ipswich Town was held at the Olympic Stadium in Amsterdam last night

Background image00245 Collection: Footballer Jack Charlton in September 1973

Footballer Jack Charlton in September 1973

Background image00245 Collection: F. A. Cup Final 1974. Newcastle United vs Liverpool. Homecoming celebrations after

F. A. Cup Final 1974. Newcastle United vs Liverpool. Homecoming celebrations after
F.A. Cup Final 1974. Newcastle United vs Liverpool. Homecoming celebrations after the final on 4th May. Although the Magpies had performed poorly at Wembley and let down their huge following

Background image00245 Collection: Bobby and Jack Charlton with their proud mother Cissie Charlton at a civic reception in

Bobby and Jack Charlton with their proud mother Cissie Charlton at a civic reception in Ashington on 18th August 1966 after they won the World Cup. 18th August 1966

Background image00245 Collection: An exuberant Jack Charlton of Leeds United celebrates with a pint

An exuberant Jack Charlton of Leeds United celebrates with a pint, their 1-0 win over Arsenal in the FA Cup final at Wembley at the teams hotel in May 1972

Background image00245 Collection: Jack Charlton talking to coaches at Wallsend Sports Centre in April 1972

Jack Charlton talking to coaches at Wallsend Sports Centre in April 1972

Background image00245 Collection: Jack and Bobby Charlton look over-awed as youngsters crowd around the car taking them to

Jack and Bobby Charlton look over-awed as youngsters crowd around the car taking them to a civic reception in Ashington on 18th August 1966 after they won the World Cup. 18th August 1966

Background image00245 Collection: Middlesbrough manager Jack Charlton with his Manager of the Month award in October 1973

Middlesbrough manager Jack Charlton with his Manager of the Month award in October 1973

Background image00245 Collection: Middlesbrough manager Jack Charlton coaching some of footballs young hopefuls in

Middlesbrough manager Jack Charlton coaching some of footballs young hopefuls in September 1976

Background image00245 Collection: Jack Charlton is presented with a silver salver by the supporters club on his last match

Jack Charlton is presented with a silver salver by the supporters club on his last match as Middlesbrough manager in May 1977

Background image00245 Collection: Newcastle United manager Jack Charlton on his first day at St

Newcastle United manager Jack Charlton on his first day at St. James Park in June 1984

Background image00245 Collection: Sheffield Wednesday manager Jack Charlton at a special coach-in at Highfield

Sheffield Wednesday manager Jack Charlton at a special coach-in at Highfield Comprehensive School, Felling in February 1982

Background image00245 Collection: Middlesbrough manager Jack Charlton with some of the boys from Framwellgate Comprehensive

Middlesbrough manager Jack Charlton with some of the boys from Framwellgate Comprehensive School who starred in seven programmes about football coaching for Tyne Tees Television in June 1976

Background image00245 Collection: Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton launches the building work for the new

Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton launches the building work for the new Ashington hospital with the aid of a mechanical digger in June 1989

Background image00245 Collection: Sheffield Wednesday manager Jack Charlton making the toss

Sheffield Wednesday manager Jack Charlton making the toss, watched by former Newcastle United stars John Tudor (left), David Craig and referee Nat Graham

Background image00245 Collection: Leeds player Jack Charlton in the middle of this sskirmish in a game against Newcastle

Leeds player Jack Charlton in the middle of this sskirmish in a game against Newcastle United in October 1968

Background image00245 Collection: Newcastle United manager Jack Charlton clowns around with a giant bottle of Newcatle

Newcastle United manager Jack Charlton clowns around with a giant bottle of Newcatle Brown Ale with the current team looking on in August 1984

Background image00245 Collection: Jack Charlton shows off his skills at a coaching session in August 1983

Jack Charlton shows off his skills at a coaching session in August 1983

Background image00245 Collection: Newcastle United manager Jack Charlton presents an angling trophy to angling club

Newcastle United manager Jack Charlton presents an angling trophy to angling club chairman, Mr. George Robinson in March 1985. Between them is club secretary, Mr. Arthur Long

Background image00245 Collection: Sheffield Wednesday manager Jack Charlton joins the Household Cavalry for the day in July

Sheffield Wednesday manager Jack Charlton joins the Household Cavalry for the day in July 1981

Background image00245 Collection: Not bad, but he can t head a ball yet - Newcastle United manager Jack Charlton puts

Not bad, but he can t head a ball yet - Newcastle United manager Jack Charlton puts little Daniel Scott through his paces in July 1985

Background image00245 Collection: Newcastle United manager Jack Charlton arriving at St. James Park in June 1984

Newcastle United manager Jack Charlton arriving at St. James Park in June 1984

Background image00245 Collection: About 250 fans turned up at Highfield Comprehensive School

About 250 fans turned up at Highfield Comprehensive School, Felling in February 1982 to be coached by Sheffield Wednesday manager Jack Charlton

Background image00245 Collection: Newcastle United manager Jack Charlton unveiled a plaque to launch the new South East

Newcastle United manager Jack Charlton unveiled a plaque to launch the new South East Northumberland Enterprise Trust in January 1985

Background image00245 Collection: Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton with his mother Cissie at the Ashington launch

Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton with his mother Cissie at the Ashington launch of her book in November 1988

Background image00245 Collection: Newcastle United manager Jack Charlton in August 1984 Big Jack

Newcastle United manager Jack Charlton in August 1984 Big Jack, a Newcastle supporter from childhood in Ashington, relished the opportunity of managing the Black n Whites

Background image00245 Collection: Newcastle United v Rotherham. John Trewick of Newcastle United chips

Newcastle United v Rotherham. John Trewick of Newcastle United chips the ball over the head of Rotherhams Moore. 24/10/81

Background image00245 Collection: Sheffield Wednesday manager Jack Charlton at an outward bound centre in the Lake District

Sheffield Wednesday manager Jack Charlton at an outward bound centre in the Lake District filming for his television programme " Big Jacks British" in July 1981

Background image00245 Collection: 1982 World Cup Finals Group Four match in Bilbao, Spain. England 3 v France 1

1982 World Cup Finals Group Four match in Bilbao, Spain. England 3 v France 1. Englands Bryan Robson scores the fastest ever World Cup goal

Background image00245 Collection: Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal League Cup Semi Final 2nd leg replay at White Hart Lane 4th

Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal League Cup Semi Final 2nd leg replay at White Hart Lane 4th March 1987. Final score: Tottenham Hotspur 1-2 Arsenal Arsenal went through to final on aggregate 4-3

Background image00245 Collection: Pat Charlton, wife of Jack Charlton Middlesbrough manager in May 1974

Pat Charlton, wife of Jack Charlton Middlesbrough manager in May 1974

Background image00245 Collection: Jack Charlton (left) and his brother Bobby just after winning the World Cup in August

Jack Charlton (left) and his brother Bobby just after winning the World Cup in August 1966

Background image00245 Collection: Newcastle United manager Jack Charlton playing on a computer game in November 1984

Newcastle United manager Jack Charlton playing on a computer game in November 1984

Background image00245 Collection: Sunderland Associated Football Club - Hopes of first Division football have faded as

Sunderland Associated Football Club - Hopes of first Division football have faded as Chelsea win 1-0 at Roker Park, a Sunderland fan buries his head 18 May 1963

Background image00245 Collection: Alan Shoulder of Newcastle United celebrates scoring. c 1979

Alan Shoulder of Newcastle United celebrates scoring. c 1979. Peter Withe found the perfect foil in diminutive non-league star Alan Shoulder

Background image00245 Collection: An aerial picure of St James Park circa 11 / 07 / 96 By the time

An aerial picure of St James Park circa 11 / 07 / 96 By the time
An aerial picure of St James Park circa 11/07/96 By the time Newcastle had become established as a new force in the Premiership

Background image00245 Collection: Newcastle United v Oldham. 18 / 08 / 79 Alan Shoulder scoring one

Newcastle United v Oldham. 18 / 08 / 79 Alan Shoulder scoring one
Newcastle United v Oldham. 18/08/79 Alan Shoulder scoring one of his two penalty goals in the game. Peter Withe found the perfect foil in diminutive non-league star Alan Shoulder

Background image00245 Collection: Newcastle manager Jack Charlton on the goal line for a corner with David Craig

Newcastle manager Jack Charlton on the goal line for a corner with David Craig and keeper Iam McFaul defending at Roker Park in November 1984

Background image00245 Collection: Newcastle Uniteds Chris Waddle. 08 / 10 / 84

Newcastle Uniteds Chris Waddle. 08 / 10 / 84
Newcastle Uniteds Chris Waddle. 08/10/84

Background image00245 Collection: Sunderland Associated Football Club - Ambulance men treat injured youngsters duing

Sunderland Associated Football Club - Ambulance men treat injured youngsters duing the dramatic scenes before the start of the Sunderland V Newcastle United match at Roker Park 31 August 1968

Background image00245 Collection: Newcastle Uniteds Chris Waddle receives his prize for coming third in the North East

Newcastle Uniteds Chris Waddle receives his prize for coming third in the North East Player of the Year Award 1984. 09/05/84



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