Thursday, 17 September 2015

Bassett & Co. - (TRCB-1-2) Football 1991-92 (02) - Postcards

(BAR-143-2) Football Action
(BAR-143-4) Great Goalkeepers
(BAR-143-5) Great Grounds
(BAR-143-6) Great Managers
(BAR-143-9) Great Strikers
(BAR-143-12) The World's Greatest Teams
Bassett & Co.
6 x 6 postcards

When these postcards were recorded in the Cartophilic Society Trade reference books two seasons' cards were combined into one alphabetical list which me gives rise to the strange catalogue numbers allocated to each six card set. The missing BAR-143 numbers between 1 and 11 were allocated to the 1992-93 postcard sets.

(BAR-143-2) Football Action

1.  Coventry City v Arsenal
2.  England v Argentina
3.  Liverpool v Manchester United (F.A. Charity Shield)
4.  Manchester United v Sheffield Wednesday (Rumbelows Cup)
5.  Manchester City v Sheffield United
6.  Tottenham Hotspur v Nottingham Forest (F.A. Cup Final)

(BAR-143-4) Great Goalkeepers

1.  Pat Bonner (Celtic)
2.  John Lukic (Leeds United)
3.  Nigel Martyn (Crystal Palace)
4.  David Seaman (Arsenal)
5.  Peter Shilton (Derby County & England)
6.  Chris Woods (Rangers)

(BAR-143-5) Great Grounds

1.  Anfield
2.  Highbury
3.  Hillsborough
4.  Maine Road
5.  Villa Park
6.  Wembley

(BAR-143-6) Great Managers

1.  Jack Charlton (Eire)
2.  George Graham (Arsenal)
3.  Howard Kendall (Everton)
4.  Graham Souness (Liverpool)
5.  Graham Taylor (England)
6.  Terry Venables (Tottenham Hotspur)

(BAR-143-9) Great Strikers

1.  Mark Hughes (Manchester United)
2.  Maurice Johnson (Rangers)
3.  Gary Lineker (Tottenham Hotspur)
4.  Ian Rush (Liverpool0
5.  Dean Saunders (Derby County)
6.  Ian Wright (Crystal Palace)

(BAR-143-12) The World's Greatest Teams

1.  Everton (1984 League Championship)
2.  Liverpool (1986 F.A. Cup)
3.  Manchester United (1985 F.A. Cup)
4.  Nottingham Forest (1989 Littlewoods Cup)
5.  Rangers (1989 Scottish Premier Division)
6.  Tottenham Hotspur (1984 UEFA Cup)

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