Thursday, 25 February 2016

Longacre Press / Charles Buchan's Football Monthly - World Stars


1969
World Stars
Longacre Press / Charles Buchan's Football Monthly
80 stickers

Richard Saul has sent in a couple of photos of sticker sheets from the 1960's wondering whether I can identify them.
Here's the complete checklist, details of the four sticker sheets and scans of the whole album along with three of the sheets. The album and the first sheet of stickers was included free with the May 1969 issue of Charles Buchan's Football Monthly.

1.  Alan Ball (England and Everton)
2.  John Hughes (Scotland and Celtic)
3.  Gary Sprake (Wales and Leeds United)
4.  Tony Dunne (Eire and Manchester United)
5.  Bobby Moore (England and West Ham United)
6.  Pele (Brazil and Santos)
7.  Mike Summerbee (England and Manchester City)
8.  Ian Ure (Scotland and Arsenal)
9.  Uwe Seeler (West Germany and S.V. Hamburg)
10.  Gianni Rivera (Italy and A.C. Milan)
11.  John Grieg Scotland and Rangers)
12.  Roger Hunt (England and Liverpool)
13.  Pat Jennings (Northern Ireland and Tottenham Hotspur)
14.  Billy Bremner (Scotland and Leeds United)
15.  Peter Rodrigues (Wales and Leicester City)
16.  George Best (Northern Ireland and Manchester United)
17.  Wyn Davies (Wales and Newcastle United)
18.  Henry Newton (England and Blackburn Rovers)
19.  Jimmy Johnstone (Scotland and Celtic)
20.  Eddie McCreadie (Scotland and Chelsea)
21.  Bobby Charlton (England and Manchester United)
22.  Denis Law (England and Manchester United)
23.  Charlie Hurley (Eire and Sunderland)
24.  Ferreira Eusebio (Portugal and Benfica)
25.  Mario Coluna (Benfica and Portugal)
26.  Billy McNeill (Scotland and Celtic)
27.  Frank McLintock (Scotland and Arsenal)
28.  Tommy Lawrence (Scotland and Liverpool)
29.  Alan Mullery (England and Tottenham Hotspur)
30.  Antonio Rattin (Argentina and Boca Juniors)
31.  Geoff Hurst (England and West Ham United)
32.  Johnny Giles (Eire and Leeds United)
33.  Bob McKinnon (Scotland and Rangers)
34.  Ray Wilson (England and Everton)
35.  Ferenc Bene (Hungary and Upjest Dozsa)
36.  Bob McNab (England and Arsenal)
37.  Pat Crerand (Scotland and Manchester United)
38.  Alex Elder (Northern Ireland and Stoke City)
39.  Ian Callaghan (England and Liverpool)
40.  Colin Bell (England and Manchester City)
41.  Luigi Riva (Italy and Cagliari)
42.  Jimmy Greaves (England and Tottenham Hotspur)
43.  Eduardo Tostao (Brazil and Cruzeiro)
44.  Nobby Stiles (England and Manchester United)
45.  Willie Irvine (Northern Ireland and Preston North End)
46.  Florian Albert (Hungary and Ferencvaros)
47.  Doug Fraser (Scotland and West Bromwich Albion)
48.  Peter Thompson (England and Liverpool)
49.  Peter Bonetti (England and Chelsea)
50.  Janos Farkas (Hungary and Vasas)
51.  Tommy Gemmell (Scotland and Celtic)
52.  Bobby Hope (Scotland and West Bromwich Albion)
53.  Karl Heinz Schnellinger (West Germany and Milan)
54.  Brian Labone (England and Everton)
55.  Terry Neill (Northern Ireland and Arsenal)
56.  Barrie Hole (Wales and Aston Villa)
57.  Georgi Asparukhov (Bulgaria and Levski)
58.  Jackie Charlton (England and Leeds United)
59.  Amancio Amaro (Spain and Real Madrid)
60.  Terry Hennessey (Wales and Nottingham Forest)
61.  Paul Van Himst (Belgium and Anderlecht)
62.  Francis Lee (England and Manchester City)
63.  Ian St. John (Scotland and Liverpool)
64.  Helmut Haller (West Germany and Juventus)
65.  George Cohen (England and Fulham)
66.  Martin Peters (England and West Ham United)
67.  Mike England (Wales and Tottenham Hotspur)
68.  Silvio Marzolini (Argentina and Boca Juniors)
69.  Willie Wallace (Scotland and Celtic)
70.  Ron Davies (Wales and Southampton)
71.  Albert Shesternev (Russia and Moscow)
72.  Charlie Cooke (Scotland and Chelsea)
73.  Gordon Banks (England and Stoke City)
74.  Slava Metrevelli (Russia and Moscow Torpdeo)
75.  Bobby Tambling (England and Chelsea)
76.  Derek Dougan (Northern Ireland and Wolverhampton Wanderers)
77.  Franz Beckenbauer (West Germany and Bayern Munich)
78.  Barrie Jones (Wales and Cardiff City)
79.  Bobby Lennox (Scotland and Celtic)
80.  Cyril Knowles (England and Tottenham Hotspur)

World Stars - sheet 1 - May 1969

1.  Alan Ball (England and Everton)
7.  Mike Summerbee (England and Manchester City)
9.  Uwe Seeler (West Germany and S.V. Hamburg)
13.  Pat Jennings (Northern Ireland and Tottenham Hotspur)
20.  Eddie McCreadie (Scotland and Chelsea)
21.  Bobby Charlton (England and Manchester United)
28.  Tommy Lawrence (Scotland and Liverpool)
30.  Antonio Rattin (Argentina and Boca Juniors)
33.  Bob McKinnon (Scotland and Rangers)
38.  Alex Elder (Northern Ireland and Stoke City)
44.  Nobby Stiles (England and Manchester United)
46.  Florian Albert (Hungary and Ferencvaros)
52.  Bobby Hope (Scotland and West Bromwich Albion)
56.  Barrie Hole (Wales and Aston Villa)
58.  Jackie Charlton (England and Leeds United)
64.  Helmut Haller (West Germany and Juventus)
69.  Willie Wallace (Scotland and Celtic)
72.  Charlie Cooke (Scotland and Chelsea)
74.  Slava Metrevelli (Russia and Moscow Torpdeo)
80.  Cyril Knowles (England and Tottenham Hotspur)

World Stars - sheet 2 - June 1969

3.  Gary Sprake (Wales and Leeds United)
6.  Pele (Brazil and Santos)
14.  Billy Bremner (Scotland and Leeds United)
16.  George Best (Northern Ireland and Manchester United)
19.  Jimmy Johnstone (Scotland and Celtic)
23.  Charlie Hurley (Eire and Sunderland)
25.  Mario Coluna (Benfica and Portugal)
27.  Frank McLintock (Scotland and Arsenal)
29.  Alan Mullery (England and Tottenham Hotspur)
34.  Ray Wilson (England and Everton)
39.  Ian Callaghan (England and Liverpool)
41.  Luigi Riva (Italy and Cagliari)
47.  Doug Fraser (Scotland and West Bromwich Albion)
50.  Janos Farkas (Hungary and Vasas)
51.  Tommy Gemmell (Scotland and Celtic)
57.  Georgi Asparukhov (Bulgaria and Levski Sofia)
62.  Francis Lee (England and Manchester City)
65.  George Cohen (England and Fulham)
66.  Martin Peters (England and West Ham United)
76.  Derek Dougan (Northern Ireland and Wolverhampton Wanderers)

World Stars - sheet 3 - July 1969

2.  John Hughes (Scotland and Celtic)
5.  Bobby Moore (England and West Ham United)
8.  Ian Ure (Scotland and Arsenal)
10.  Gianni Rivera (Italy and A.C. Milan)
12.  Roger Hunt (England and Liverpool)
15.  Peter Rodrigues (Wales and Leicester City)
18.  Henry Newton (England and Blackburn Rovers)
22.  Denis Law (England and Manchester United)
26.  Billy McNeill (Scotland and Celtic)
32.  Johnny Giles (Eire and Leeds United)
35.  Ferenc Bene (Hungary and Upjest Dozsa)
40.  Colin Bell (England and Manchester City)
43.  Eduardo Tostao (Brazil and Cruzeiro)
45.  Willie Irvine (Northern Ireland and Preston North End)
49.  Peter Bonetti (England and Chelsea)
53.  Karl Heinz Schnellinger (West Germany and Milan)
55.  Terry Neill (Northern Ireland and Arsenal)
60.  Terry Hennessey (Wales and Nottingham Forest)
61.  Paul Van Himst (Belgium and Anderlecht)
67.  Mike England (Wales and Tottenham Hotspur)


World Stars - sheet 4 - August 1969

4.  Tony Dunne (Eire and Manchester United)
11.  John Grieg Scotland and Rangers)
17.  Wyn Davies (Wales and Newcastle United)
24.  Ferreira Eusebio (Portugal and Benfica)
31.  Geoff Hurst (England and West Ham United)
36.  Bob McNab (England and Arsenal)
37.  Pat Crerand (Scotland and Manchester United)
42.  Jimmy Greaves (England and Tottenham Hotspur)
48.  Peter Thompson (England and Liverpool)
54.  Brian Labone (England and Everton)
59.  Amancio Amaro (Spain and Real Madrid)
63.  Ian St. John (Scotland and Liverpool)
68.  Silvio Marzolini (Argentina and Boca Juniors)
70.  Ron Davies (Wales and Southampton)
71.  Albert Shesternev (Russia and Moscow)
73.  Gordon Banks (England and Stoke City)
75.  Bobby Tambling (England and Chelsea)
77.  Franz Beckenbauer (West Germany and Bayern Munich)
78.  Barrie Jones (Wales and Cardiff City)
79.  Bobby Lennox (Scotland and Celtic)

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