Saturday, 28 May 2016

Topps - Premier Club 2015-2016 (10) - Signatures


2015-16
Premier Club 2015-2016
Topps
150 base cards

An illustrated checklist. Some cards are still missing but they will be added as and when they become available. Thanks to Richard W Football Cards for the photos.
UPDATE (30-05-2016 08:22):  Dan Gosling (AFC Bournemouth), Ashley Cole (Chelsea), Wayne Rooney (Manchester United), Cameron Jerome (Norwich City) and James Ward-Prowse (Southampton) added. Only Gianfranco Zola, John Barnes and Johnny Howson still to show.
UPDATE (03-07-2016 16:07):  Gianfranco Zola (Chelsea) and Jonny Howson (Norwich City) have been added to this illustrated checklist. Thanks to Neil Goulding. Only John Barnes missing.
UPDATE (27-03-2017 15:37):  John Barnes added, thanks to Guy Mitchell. This illustrated checklist is finally complete!

Signatures
25 cards

Dan Gosling (AFC Bournemouth)  #/265
Dennis Bergkamp (Arsenal)  #/100
Gary Cahill (Chelsea)  #/265
Ashley Cole (Chelsea)  #/082
Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea)  #/265
Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea)  #/265
Gianfranco Zola (Chelsea)
Julian Speroni (Crystal Palace)  #/265
Tom Cleverley (Everton)  #/265
Aaron Lennon (Everton)  #/265
Nathan Dyer (Leicester City)  #/265
James Milner (Liverpool)  #/265
John Barnes (Liverpool)
Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)  #/150
Jack Colback (Newcastle United)  #/265
Sebastien Bassong (Norwich City)  #/265
Jonny Howson (Norwich City)  #/065
Cameron Jerome (Norwich City)  #/265
Maya Yoshida (Southampton)  #/265
James Ward-Prowse (Southampton)  #/265
Steve Sidwell (Stoke City)  #/265
Jon Walters (Stoke City)  #/265
Gylfi Sigurdsson (Swansea City)  #/265
Jose Holebas (Watford)  #/540
James Tomkins (West Ham United)  #/1125

Dave Will Design - The Steven Gerrard Collection



2015
The Steven Gerrard Collection
Dave Will Design
9 postcards

To celebrate one of Liverpool's greatest ever players, the Steven Gerrard postcard series is a collection of 8 beautifully illustrated postcards, highlighting just some of the many standout moments from Gerrard's illustrious playing career. This special collectors set comes complete with a stylish black gift box, imprinted with a silver foiled logo on the lid to keep your postcards in pristine condition. When arranged in a 3x3 formation in order, the reverse of the Steven Gerrard Collection forms an image of the Number 8, in tribute to our captains shirt number.

1.  Liverpool FC 2 Blackburn 0 - Goal scoring debut
2.  Liverpool FC 5 Alaves 4 - Winning the Treble in 2001
3.  Liverpool FC 3 Olympiacos 1 - Last minute goal at Anfield
4.  Liverpool FC 3 Milan 3 - Winning the Champions League in Istanbul
5.  West Ham 3 Liverpool FC 3 - 2006 F.A. Cup Final
6.  (Manchester) United 1 Liverpool FC 4 - Kissing the camera in 2009
7.  Liverpool FC 3 Everton 0 - Hat-trick in 2012
8.  Liverpool FC 1 (Crystal) Palace 3 - Final appearance at Anfield
9.  Steven Gerrard's Honours


A&BC Chewing Gum - (AAB-370-1a/b/c / ABF-48-1-1) Footballers - 1st/2nd/3rd Series - 1970-71 Orange backs (03) - Error card - 242


1970-71
(AAB-370-1a/b/c / ABF-48-1-1) Footballers - 1st/2nd/3rd Series - 1970-71 Orange backs
A&BC Chewing Gum
255 cards

Graham Convey has sent in photos of another error card from this collection. Check out the area near the bottom left corner of the back of the card. One has the A&BC logo to the left of the word 'Footballer' but the other card doesn't. A number of cards are known to have the A&BC logo missing, but this is the only cards that can be found both with and without the logo.

242.  Bobby Moore (West Ham United)


Vidal - Bubble Goal (Euro 2016)

video

2016
Bubble Goal (Euro 2016)
Vidal
Portugal
24 stickers

Small stickers, wrapped around pieces of bubble gum issued in Portugal. The video is by Stuffbox and you can see more of his videos here - Clips9-Stuffbox.

1.  France
2.  England
3.  Germany
4.  Spain
5.  Belgium
6.  Portugal
7.  Romania
8.  Russia
9.  Ukraine
10.  Czech Republic
11.  Italy
12.  Iceland
13.  Albania
14.  Wales
15.  Poland
16.  Turkey
17.  Republic of Ireland
18.  Austria
19.  Switzerland
20.  Slovakia
21.  N. Ireland
22.  Croatia
23.  Sweden
24.  Hungary

A&BC Chewing Gum - (AAB-370-1a/b/c / ABF-48-1-1) Footballers - 1st/2nd/3rd Series - 1970-71 Orange backs (01)


1970-71
(AAB-370-1a/b/c / ABF-48-1-1) Footballers - 1st/2nd/3rd Series - 1970-71 Orange backs
A&BC Chewing Gum
255 cards

Footballers - 1st Series

1.  Steve Kindon (Burnley)
2.  Martin Chivers (Tottenham Hotspur)
3.  Billy Bremner (Leeds United)
4.  Mick Channon (Southampton)
5.  Peter Osgood (Chelsea)
6.  Harry Burrows (Stoke City)
7.  Glyn Pardoe (Manchester City)
8.  Billy Bonds (West Ham United)
9.  Willie Carr (Coventry City)
10.  Paul Madeley (Leeds United)
11.  Tom Lawrence (Liverpool)
12.  Hugh Fisher (Southampton)
13.  Francis Lee (Manchester City)
14.  Dave Hilley (Nottingham Forest)
15.  Peter Simpson (Arsenal)
16.  William McFaul (Newcastle United)
17.  Jeff Astle (West Bromwich Albion)
18.  John Holsgrove (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
19.  Alan Mullery (Tottenham Hotspur)
20.  Peter Eustace (West Ham United)
21.  Jack Charlton (Leeds United)
22.  Dave Thomas (Burnley)
23.  John McGrath (Southampton)
24.  Alan Bloor (Stoke City)
25.  Chris Lawler (Liverpool)
26.  Bobby Charlton (Manchester United)
27.  Colin Hall (Nottingham Forest)
28.  Tony Book (Manchester City)
29.  Gareth Sprake (Leeds United)
30.  David Woodfield (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
31.  Dave Clements (Coventry City)
32.  Alan Ball (Everton)
33.  Tom Jenkins (Southampton)
34.  John McNamee (Newcastle United)
35.  Henry Newton (Nottingham Forest)
36.  Les Latcham (Burnley)
37.  George Eastham (Stoke City)
38.  Terry Cooper (Leeds United)
39.  Ron Rees (Nottingham Forest)
40.  Dave Mackay (Derby County)
41.  David Wagstaffe (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
42.  Mike England (Tottenham Hotspur)
43.  Peter Storey (Arsenal)
44.  Bobby Stokes (Southampton)
45.  Dave Merrington (Burnley)
46.  Paul Reaney (Leeds United)
47.  Barry Lyons (Nottingham Forest)
48.  Fred Kemp (Southampton)
49.  Geoff Strong (Liverpool)
50.  Brian Labone (Everton)
51.  Mike Bernard (Stoke City)
52.  David Connor (Manchester City)
53.  Jim McCalliog (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
54.  Phil Beal (Tottenham Hotspur)
55.  John Giles (Leeds United)
56.  Clyde Best (West Ham United)
57.  Jeff Blockley (Coventry City)
58.  Arthur Bellamy (Burnley)
59.  David Walker (Southampton)
60.  Ian Hutchinson (Chelsea)
61.  John Radford (Arsenal)
62.  Terry Conroy (Stoke City)
63.  Peter Lorimer (Leeds United)
64.  Alan Stephenson (West Ham United)
65.  Bryan Robson (Newcastle United)
66.  Terry Paine (Southampton)
67.  Brian Kidd (Manchester United)
68.  Neil Martin (Coventry City)
69.  Eddie Gray (Leeds United)
70.  Ken Jones (Southampton)
71.  Roger Morgan (Tottenham Hotspur)
72.  Terry Hennessey (Derby County)
73.  John Marsh (Stoke City)
74.  Ian St. John (Liverpool)
75.  Eric Martin (Southampton)
76.  Charlie George (Arsenal)
77.  Anthony Brown (West Bromwich Albion)
78.  Alan Hudson (Chelsea)
79.  Norman Hunter (Leeds United)
80.  Jimmy Gabriel (Southampton)
81.  Robert Moncur (Newcastle United)
82.  Robert Ferguson (West Ham United)
83.  Mick Jones (Leeds United)
84.  Manchester City / Checklist

Footballers - 2nd Series

85.  Everton / Checklist
86.  William Glazier (Coventry City)
87.  Allan Clarke (Leeds United)
88.  Charlie Cooke (Chelsea)
89.  Tommy Smith (Liverpool)
90.  Peter Hindley (Nottingham Forest)
91.  George Graham (Arsenal)
92.  Doug Fraser (West Bromwich Albion)
93.  Colin Bell (Manchester City)
94.  John Robson (Derby County)
95.  Jim Husband (Everton)
96.  David Sadler (Manchester United)
97.  Frank Lampard (West Ham United)
98.  Brian O'Neil (Southampton)
99.  Pat Jennings (Tottenham Hotspur)
100.  Joe Corrigan (Manchester City)
101.  David Craig (Newcastle United)
102.  Harry Thomson (Blackpool)
103.  Ian Collard (Ipswich Town)
104.  John Dempsey (Chelsea)
105.  James Scott (Crystal Palace)
106.  Dennis Smith (Stoke City)
107.  John Morrissey (Everton)
108.  Ron Davies (Southampton)
109.  Chris Cattlin (Coventry City)
110.  Roy McFarland (Derby County)
111.  Ian Callaghan (Liverpool)
112.  Glyn James (Blackpool)
113.  Frank McLintock (Arsenal)
114.  Geoff Hurst (West Ham United)
115.  Ray Wilson (West Bromwich Albion)
116.  Mike Summerbee (Manchester City)
117.  Robert Howe (West Ham United)
118.  Ron Harris (Chelsea)
119.  Tommy Gibb (Newcastle United)
120.  Ian Storey-Moore (Nottingham Forest)
121.  Ernie Hunt (Coventry City)
122.  Frank Wignall (Derby County)
123.  David Best (Ipswich Town)
124.  John Aston (Manchester United)
125.  Anthony Green (Blackpool)
126.  John Jackson (Crystal Palace)
127.  Steve Perryman (Tottenham Hotspur)
128.  Dave Ford (Newcastle United)
129.  Asa Hartford (West Bromwich Albion)
130.  Ian Ure (Manchester United)
131.  Peter Cormack (Nottingham Forest)
132.  Colin Viljoen (Ipswich Town)
133.  Harry Redknapp (West Ham United)
134.  Liam O'Kane (Nottingham Forest)
135.  David Webb (Chelsea)
136.  John Craven (Blackpool)
137.  Gordon West (Everton)
138.  Steve Kember (Crystal Palace)
139.  Alan Hinton (Derby County)
140.  Jon Sammels (Arsenal)
141.  Colin Suggett (West Bromwich Albion)
142.  Willie Morgan (Manchester United)
143.  Gordon Banks (Stoke City)
144.  John Angus (Burnley)
145.  Terry Alcock (Blackpool)
146.  Emlyn Hughes (Liverpool)
147.  Frank Clarke (Ipswich Town)
148.  Peter Mellor (Burnley)
149.  John McCormick (Crystal Palace)
150.  Alan Whittle (Everton)
151.  Alan Foggon (Newcastle United)
152.  Ian Gibson (Coventry City)
153.  Peter Thompson (Liverpool)
154.  Wyn Davies (Newcastle United)
155.  John Kaye (West Bromwich Albion)
156.  Peter Dobing (Stoke City)
157.  John O'Hare (Derby County)
158.  Mick Mills (Ipswich Town)
159.  Alex Stepney (Manchester United)
160.  Thomas Wright (Everton)
161.  John Osborne (West Bromwich Albion)
162.  Howard Kendall (Everton)
163.  Frank Brogan (Ipswich Town)
164.  Gerry Queen (Crystal Palace)
165.  Peter Bonetti (Chelsea)
166.  Billy Baxter (Ipswich Town)
167.  Carlo Sartori (Manchester United)
168.  Alan Durban (Derby County)
169.  David Payne (Crystal Palace)

Footballers - 3rd Series

170.  England / Checklist
171.  Francis Burns (Manchester United)
172.  John Craggs (Newcastle United)
173.  Alan Gilzean (Tottenham Hotspur)
174.  Jimmy Greenhoff (Stoke City)
175.  Jim Barron (Nottingham Forest)
176.  Bob Wilson (Arsenal)
177.  John Hurst (Everton)
178.  Keith Weller (Chelsea)
179.  Ernie Machin (Coventry City)
180.  John Talbot (West Bromwich Albion)
181.  Trevor Brooking (West Ham United)
182.  Willie Carlin (Derby County)
183.  Alun Evans (Liverpool)
184.  Derek Dougan (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
185.  Ralph Coates (Burnley)
186.  Mel Blyth (Crystal Palace)
187.  John Hollins (Chelsea)
188.  Danny Hegan (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
189.  James Pearce (Tottenham Hotspur)
190.  Alan Suddick (Blackpool)
191.  James Smith (Newcastle United)
192.  Phil Parkes (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
193.  Denis Law (Manchester United)
194.  Tom Carroll (Ipswich Town)
195.  Tony Want (Tottenham Hotspur)
196.  Mick Coop (Coventry City)
197.  Alex Ingram (Nottingham Forest)
198.  Derek Parkin (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
199.  Bob McNab (Arsenal)
200.  Frank Casper (Burnley)
201.  Les Green (Derby County)
202.  Joe Royle (Everton)
203.  Mick Doyle (Manchester City)
204.  Robert Hope (West Bromwich Albion)
205.  Robert Graham (Liverpool)
206.  John Sewell (Crystal Palace)
207.  Frank Clark (Newcastle United)
208.  Robert Chapman (Nottingham Forest)
209.  Peter Houseman (Chelsea)
210.  Tom Hutchison (Blackpool)
211.  Joe Kinnear (Tottenham Hotspur)
212.  Robert Gould (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
213.  George Armstrong (Arsenal)
214.  Anthony Dunne (Manchester United)
215.  Mike Bailey (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
216.  John O'Rourke (Coventry City)
217.  Graham Williams (West Bromwich Albion)
218.  Neil Young (Manchester City)
219.  Colin Harvey (Everton)
220.  Les Wilson (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
221.  Jimmy Greaves (West Ham United)
222.  Mike O'Grady (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
223.  Paul Edwards (Manchester United)
224.  Kevin Hector (Derby County)
225.  Arthur Mann (Manchester City)
226.  Ron Yeats (Liverpool)
227.  Mick Lambert (Ipswich Town)
228.  Keith Newton (Everton)
229.  Eddie McCreadie (Chelsea)
230.  Dennis Bond (Tottenham Hotspur)
231.  Jimmy Armfield (Blackpool)
232.  Cyril Knowles (Tottenham Hotspur)
233.  Colin Waldron (Burnley)
234.  John Winfield (Nottingham Forest)
235.  John McPhee (Blackpool)
236.  Alan Birchenall (Crystal Palace)
237.  Roy Barry (Coventry City)
238.  Martin Peters (Tottenham Hotspur)
239.  Ray Kennedy (Arsenal)
240.  Michael Burns (Blackpool)
241.  Alan Oakes (Manchester City)
242.  Bobby Moore (West Ham United)
243.  Eddie Kelly (Arsenal)
244.  Len Cantello (West Bromwich Albion)
245.  John Ritchie (Stoke City)
246.  James Robertson (Ipswich Town)
247.  Tommy Jackson (Everton)
248.  John McGovern (Derby County)
249.  Ian Ross (Liverpool)
250.  Bobby Tambling (Crystal Palace)
251.  Fred Pickering (Blackpool)
252.  Tommy Baldwin (Chelsea)
253.  Tommy Booth (Manchester City)
254.  Peter Wall (Crystal Palace)
255.  David Wilson (Burnley)

Footballers - errors/varieties

98.  Brian O'Neil (Southampton) - Southampton front and back
98.  Brian O'Neil (Southampton) - Southampton front, Burnley back
174.  Jimmy Greenhoff (Stoke City) - blue jersey - photo of John O'Rourke (Coventry City)
174.  Jimmy Greenhoff (Stoke City) - red & white striped jersey
174.  John O'Rourke (Coventry City) - red & white striped jersey - photo of Jimmy Greenhoff (Stoke City)
174.  John O'Rourke (Coventry City) - blue jersey
170.  Checklist (nos 171-255)
170.  Checklist (nos 171-256)
242.  Bobby Moore (West Ham United) - With "A&BC" logo
242.  Bobby Moore (West Ham United) - Without "A&BC" logo

1.FC Koln - 1.FC Koln Autogrammkarten (1994-95)


1995-96
1.FC Koln Autogrammkarten
1.FC Koln / Ford
Germany
38 cards

Andersen
Baumann
Beiersdorfer
Braun
Breu
Cichon
Cullmann (Manager)
Dollberg
Dziwior
Engels (Trainer)
Fensch
Flohe (Co-Trainer)
Gaißmayer
Goldbaek
Hartmann (Präsident)
Hauptmann
Herings (Kond-Trainer)
Illgner
Jancker
Janßen
Kohn
Kraft
Labbadia
Geschäftsführer Loos
Munteanu
Neururer (Trainer)
Oliseh
Polster
Rösele
Rolff
Dr. Stegmann
Steinmann
Stumpf
Thiam
Weiser
Wolski
Worms (Vizepräsident)
Zdebel

Friday, 27 May 2016

Offside21 Cards - Euro 2016 France


2016
Euro 2016 France
Offside21 Cards
250 cards

It's a great shame that you'll never be able to buy any of these cards! Offside21 Cards has produced an amazing collection of cards to celebrate the Euro 2016 tournament in France this summer. Click on the photos to page through larger versions of the images. You can keep up to date with what's going on via Offside21 Cards' Facebook page - @offside21cards.