Saturday, 20 July 2019

Euroflash (Italy) - Calcio 1988 (02) - Sergio Dommini


1987-88
Calcio 1988
Euroflash
Italy
446+ stickers

When this collection was first issued Sergio Domini (Genoa) was included but he left Genoa for Roma prior to the season commencing. Domini is included in the Roma team and he was replaced in the Genoa squad by Antonio Di Carlo. Roma were in Serie A and that sticker is full-size, Genoa were in Serie B and their stickers featured two players per sticker so individual player stickers are half the size of regular ones.

Sergio Domini (Genoa)  -  error
Sergio Domini (Roma)

David Rowland - Association Footballers - Series 5


1999
Association Footballers - Series 5
David Rowland
25 cards

The fifth and final set, each with 25 cards.

Association Footballers - Series 5
Association Footballers - Series 5 - Plain Back (Proofs)
Association Footballers - Series 5 - Uncut sheet

1.  Arthur Andrews (Sunderland)
2.  Willie Bell (Leicester City)
3.  John Blair (Tottenham Hotspur)
4.  Billy Blyth (Arsenal)
5.  Jimmy Carmichael (Grimsby Town)
6.  Stan Charlton (Exeter City)
7.  Horace Cope (Arsenal)
8.  Dixie Dean (Everton)
9.  Bill Devlin (Huddersfield Town)
10.  Ted Drake (Arsenal)
11.  Noel George (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
12.  George Goddard (Sunderland)
13.  Jack Harrison (Sheffield United)
14.  Ernie Hart (Leeds United)
15.  'Lal' Hilditch (Manchester United)
16.  David Jack (Bolton Wanderers)
17.  Tom Johnson (Manchester City)
18.  John McIntyre (Blackburn Rovers)
19.  Tom Parker (Arsenal)
20.  Harold Peel (Bradford City)
21.  Tom Smith (Northampton Town)
22.  Jimmy Smy (Tottenham Hotspur)
23.  Albert Thain (Chelsea)
24.  Don Travis (Oldham Athletic)
25.  Dennis Wilshaw (Wolverhampton Wanderers)

Friday, 19 July 2019

Panini - Road to the FIFA World Cup 2002


2002
Road to the FIFA World Cup 2002
Panini
150 stickers

1.  Fabien Barthez (France)
2.  Gianluigi Buffon (Italy)
3.  Hector Fabian Carini (Uruguay)
4.  Jose Luis Chilvaert (Paraguay)
5.  Oscar Cordoba (Colombia)
6.  Jerzy Dudek (Poland)
7.  Brad Friedel (USA)
8.  Magnus Hedman (Sweden)
9.  Oliver Kahn (Germany)
10.  Kasey Keller (USA)
11.  Lee Woon-Jae (South Korea)
12.  Ruslan Nigmatullin (Russia)
13.  Oscar Perez (Mexico)
14.  Marko Simeunovic (Slovenija)
15.  Jeff Agoos (USA)
16.  Francisco Arce (Paraguay)
17.  Cafu (Brazil)
18.  Fabio Cannavaro (Italy)
19.  Choi Sung-Yong (South Korea)
20.  Ivan Romero Cordoba (Colombia)
21.  Fernando Couto (Portugal)
22.  Marcel Desailly (France)
23.  Carlos Alberto Gamarra (Paraguay)
24.  Tomasz Hajto (Poland)
25.  Thomas Helveg (Denmark)
26.  Hong Myung-Bo (South Korea)
27.  Pierre Issa (South Africa)
28.  Aleksander Knavs (Slovenija)
29.  Li Weifeng (China)
30.  Bixente Lizarazu (France)
31.  Paolo Maldini (Italy)
32.  Paolo Montero (Uruguay)
33.  Alessandro Nesta (Italy)
34.  Viktor Onopko (Russia)
35.  Erox Perez (Chile)
36.  Eddie Pope (USA)
37.  Marko Rehmer (Germany)
38.  Roberto Carlos (Brazil)
39.  Roque Junior (Brazil)
40.  Walter Samuel (Argentina)
41.  Juan Pablo Sorin (Argentina)
42.  Claudio Suarez (Mexico)
43.  Sin Ji-Hai (China)
44.  Lilian Thuram (France)
45.  Igor Tudor (Croatia)
46.  Taribo West (Nigeria)
47.  Mario Yepes (Colombia)
48.  Christian Ziege (Germany)
49.  Roberto Acuna (Paraguay)
50.  Pablo Aimar (Argentina)
51.  Demetrio Albertini (Italy)
52.  Alex (Brazil)
53.  Guido Virgilio Alvarenga (Paraguay)
54.  Jesus Arellano (Mexico)
55.  Tijani Babangida (Nigeria)
56.  Michael Ballack (Germany)
57.  Ales Ceh (Slovenija)
58.  Srgio Conceicao (Portugal)
59.  Fabian Estay (Chile)
60.  Luis Figo (Portugal)
61.  Quinton Fortune (South Africa)
62.  Finidi George (Nigeria)
63.  Bart Goor (Belgium)
64.  Freddy Grisalez (Colombia)
65.  Gianni Guigou (Uruguay)
66.  Dietmar Hamann (Germany)
67.  Giovanny Hernandez (Colombia)
68.  Junichi Inamoto (Japan)
69.  Jens Jeremies (Germany)
70.  Marek Kozminski (Poland)
71.  Li Tie (China)
72.  Frederik Ljungberg (Sweden)
73.  Ma Ming-Yu (China)
74.  Mauro Silva (Brazil)
75.  Hidetoshi Nakata (Japan)
76.  Hiroshi Nanami (Japan)
77.  Rodrigo Nunez (Chile)
78.  John O'Brien (USA)
79.  Augustine Okocha (Nigeria)
80.  Sunday Oliseh (Nigeria)
81.  Shinjo Ono (Japan)
82.  Manuel Ortega (Argentina)
83.  Carlos Humberto Paredes (Paraguay)
84.  Emmanuel Petit (France)
85.  Robert Prosinecki (Croatia)
86.  Claudio Reyna (USA)
87.  Rui Costa (Portugal)
88.  Mehmet Scholl (Germany)
89.  Mauricio Serna (Colombia)
90.  Estanislao Struway (Paraguay)
91.  Jon-Dahl Tomasson (Sweden)
92.  Damiano Tommasi (Italy)
93.  Rodrigo Valenzuela (Chile)
94.  Vampeta (Brazil)
95.  Patrick Vieira (France)
96.  Marc Wilmots (Belgium)
97.  Javier Zanetti (Argentina)
98.  Zinedine Zidane (France)
99.  Juan Pablo Angel (Colombia)
100.  Vladimir Beschastnykh (Russia)
101.  Oliver Bierhoff (Germany)
102.  Cuahutemoc Blanco (Mexico)
103.  Jared Borgetti (Mexico)
104.  Jorge Campos (Paraguay)
105.  Jose Saturnino Cardozo (Paraguay)
106.  Jairo Castillo (Colombia)
107.  Javier Chevanton (Uruguay)
108.  Hernan Crespo (Argentina)
109.  Alessandro Del Piero (Italy)
110.  Landon Donovan (USA)
111.  Christophe Dugarry (France)
112.  Giovane Elber (Brazil)
113.  Alberto Garcia Aspe (Mexico)
114.  Thierry Henry (France)
115.  Filippo Inzaghi (Italy)
116.  Carsten Jancker (Germany)
117.  Nwankwo Kanu (Nigeria)
118.  Kim Do-Hoon (South Korea)
119.  Henrik Larsson (Sweden)
120.  Lee Dong-Guk (South Korea)
121.  Claudio Lopez (Argentina)
122.  Gustavo Lopez (Argentina)
123.  Marcelinho (Brazil)
124.  Philemon Masinga (South Africa)
125.  Brian McBride (USA)
126.  Benni McCarthy (South Africa)
127.  Cristian Montecinos (Chile)
128.  Emile Mpenza (Belgium)
129.  Oliver Neuville (Germany)
130.  Akinori Nishizawa (Japan)
131.  Nuno Gomes (Portugal)
132.  Juan Francisco Palencia (Mexico)
133.  Alvaro Recoba (Uruguay)
134.  Rivaldo (Brazil)
135.  Johan Rodriguez (Mexico)
136.  Romario (Brazil)
137.  Marcelo Salas (Chile)
138.  Ebbe Sand (Denmark)
139.  Roque Santa Cruz (Paraguay)
140.  Dario Silva (Uruguay)
141.  Diego Pablo Simeone (Argentina)
142.  Davor Suker (Croatia)
143.  Gerardo Torrado (Mexico)
144.  Francesco Totti (Italy)
145.  David Trezeguet (France)
146.  Juan Sebastian Veron (Argentina)
147.  Christian Vieri (Italy)
148.  Ivan Zamorano (Chile)
149.  Zlatko  Zahovic (Slovenija)
150.  Sibusiso Zuma (South Africa)

Road to the FIFA World Cup 2002 - Uncut Sheets - Sheet 1

98.  Zinedine Zidane (France)
99.  Juan Pablo Angel (Colombia)
103.  Jared Borgetti (Mexico)
104.  Jorge Campos (Paraguay)
105.  Jose Saturnino Cardozo (Paraguay)
149.  Zlatko  Zahovic (Slovenija)

Road to the FIFA World Cup 2002 - Uncut Sheets - Sheet 2

100.  Vladimir Beschastnykh (Russia)
101.  Oliver Bierhoff (Germany)
102.  Cuahutemoc Blanco (Mexico)
106.  Jairo Castillo (Colombia)
107.  Javier Chevanton (Uruguay)
108.  Hernan Crespo (Argentina)

Road to the FIFA World Cup 2002 - Uncut Sheets - Sheet 3

121.  Claudio Lopez (Argentina)
122.  Gustavo Lopez (Argentina)
123.  Marcelinho (Brazil)
127.  Cristian Montecinos (Chile)
128.  Emile Mpenza (Belgium)
129.  Oliver Neuville (Germany)

Road to the FIFA World Cup 2002 - Uncut Sheets - Sheet 4

133.  Alvaro Recoba (Uruguay)
134.  Rivaldo (Brazil)
135.  Johan Rodriguez (Mexico)
139.  Roque Santa Cruz (Paraguay)
140.  Dario Silva (Uruguay)
141.  Diego Pablo Simeone (Argentina)

Road to the FIFA World Cup 2002 - Uncut Sheets - Sheet 5

136.  Romario (Brazil)
137.  Marcelo Salas (Chile)
138.  Ebbe Sand (Denmark)
142.  Davor Suker (Croatia)
143.  Gerardo Torrado (Mexico)
144.  Francesco Totti (Italy)

Road to the FIFA World Cup 2002 - Uncut Sheets - Sheet 6

124.  Philemon Masinga (South Africa)
125.  Brian McBride (USA)
126.  Benni McCarthy (South Africa)
130.  Akinori Nishizawa (Japan)
131.  Nuno Gomes (Portugal)
132.  Juan Francisco Palencia (Mexico)

Glico (Japan) - J. League Mascots (1993)


1993
J. League Mascots
Glico
Japan
10 phone cards

J. League Mascots - Comical - White background
J. League Mascots - Comical - Silver background
J. League Mascots - Comical - Gold background
J. League Mascots - Portrait - White background
J. League Mascots - Portrait - Silver background
J. League Mascots - Portrait - Gold background

Kashima Antlers
Urawa Red Diamonds
JEF United Ichihara
Verdy Kawasaki
Yokohama Marinos
Yokohama Flügels
Shimizu S-Pulse
Nagoya Grampus Eight
Gamba Osaka
Sanfrecce Hiroshima

Sporting Profiles - Everton FC 1965-66 F.A. Cup Winners Programme Covers


2007
Everton FC 1965-66 F.A. Cup Winners Programme Covers
Sporting Profiles
7 cards

Everton FC 1965-66 F.A. Cup Winners Programme Covers
Everton FC 1965-66 F.A. Cup Winners Programme Covers - uncut sheet

1 of 9.  Everton v Sunderland
2 of 9.  Bedford Town v Everton
3 of 9.  Everton v Coventry City
4 of 9.  Manchester City v Everton
5 of 9.  Everton v Manchester City
6 of 9.  Manchester City v Everton
7 of 9.  Everton v Manchester United
8 of 9.  Everton v Sheffield Wednesday
9 of 9.  F.A. Cup Final Ticket

Kick! magazine - Premier League 2019-20 League Ladder (01) - First News


2019-20
Premier League 2019-20 League Ladder
Kick! magazine
20 team tabs

Kick's 2019-20 League Ladder will be included with issue no. 170 due out on 15 August, 2019.

NY Futures (USA) - Brazilian Futures (2005)


2005
Brazilian Futures
NY Futures
USA
2 cards

I only know of two cards, both foil-stamped to show they are a limited edition of 100 cards.

Adriano
Kaka