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Metal Print : Jim Montgomery Goalkeeper Sunderland

Jim Montgomery Goalkeeper Sunderland


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Jim Montgomery Goalkeeper Sunderland

Jim Montgomery

Tyne and Wear

Media ID 21577678

© Mirrorpix


14"x11" (28x35cm) Metal Print

Bring the passion and history of football right into your home with our Media Storehouse Metal Prints, featuring this iconic image of Jim Montgomery in goal for Sunderland by Memory Lane Prints. Each print is meticulously crafted with high-quality metal sheets, ensuring vibrant colors and long-lasting durability. The sleek, modern design adds a unique and stylish touch to any room, making it a must-have for any football fan or collectible enthusiast. Relive the memories and celebrate your favorite team with this stunning representation of Jim Montgomery's legendary performance on the pitch.

Our Metal Prints feature rounded corners and rear fixings for easy wall mounting. Images are directly printed onto a lightweight, high quality 5mm thick, durable metallic surface for a vivid and vibrant finish. Available in 2 sizes, 28x35cm (14x11) and 50x40cm (20x16). The unique material is fade, moisture, chemical and scratch resistant to help ensure this art lasts a lifetime.

Made with durable metal and luxurious printing techniques, metal prints bring images to life and add a modern touch to any space

Estimated Product Size is 27.9cm x 35.5cm (11" x 14")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


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Jim Montgomery Goalkeeper Sunderland (Jim Montgomery Goalkeeper Sunderland) (core90,1970s) (not the company) (do not mention commercial use) by MSI

. This print from Memory Lane Prints takes us back to the glorious era of football in the 1970s. The image showcases none other than Jim Montgomery, a legendary goalkeeper for Sunderland Football Club. As we gaze at this snapshot frozen in time, we are transported to an era where passion and skill merged on the pitch. Montgomery's commanding presence is palpable as he stands tall between the goalposts, ready to face any challenge that comes his way. His unwavering focus and determination shine through his eyes, reflecting a man who was truly dedicated to his craft. The black and white aesthetic adds a touch of nostalgia, enhancing our connection with this iconic moment in sporting history. It reminds us of simpler times when football was played purely for love of the game. As we admire this piece by MSI, it serves as a reminder of how sports can unite communities and ignite dreams within individuals. This photograph encapsulates both the artistry and resilience required in being a successful goalkeeper - qualities that made Jim Montgomery an unforgettable figure in Sunderland's history. Whether you're a die-hard fan or simply appreciate athletic prowess captured on film, this print is sure to evoke emotions and spark conversations about one of football's most revered positions: goalkeeper.

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Jim Montgomery makes his famous double save in the 1973 FA Cup Final
Jim Montgomery makes his famous double save in the 1973 FA Cup Final