Gary Waddock: a green Republic of Ireland No.17 international jersey 1984-85, short-sleeved.
This jersey relates to the match v Switzerland played in Dublin 2nd June 1985. Waddock was an unused sub in the game.
Stoke FC: a 9ct. gold medal season 1908-09, the obverse engraved M.B.C., 1908-9, the reverse inscribed STOKE F.C., WINNERS, T. GREAVES.
This medal was awarded to Thomas Greaves (born Hanley, 1888) who made 13 appearances and scored 5 goals for Stoke between 1908 and 1910 before returning to amateur football for Hanley Swifts.
A red football cap awarded to C.O.S. Hatton and inscribed C.F.A. circa 1900, C.O.S. Hatton played for Casuals and for Cambridge University making both a possibility for the awardees of the cap.
C.O.S. Hatton appeared in the very first F.A. Amateur Cup final for Casuals.
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A 9ct. gold Northern League Championship medal won by Middlesbrough in season 1893-94, the obverse with engraved F.K. monogram, the reverse inscribed NORTHERN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP, 1893-4, M'BRO. F.C.
Middlesbrough won the title with 62 points, four clear of Whitby. It endorsed the club's decision to return to amateurism having turned professional in 1889. The following season Middlesbrough triumphed in the F.A. Amateur Cup.
Chaabane Merzekane: a red & white Algeria No.3 international jersey season 1981-82,short-sleeved. This jersey relates to the match v Republic of Ireland in Algiers 28th April 1982.
This is a rare 3rd change Algeria jersey, the nation's first and second choices being green and white both of which clash with the Republic.
Brian Flynn: a signed yellow & green Wales No.8 international jersey from the match v Norway 21st September 1983, signed in black marker pen, long-sleeved.
With Leeds United at this time, Flynn was one of the greatest servants to Welsh football in the 1970s and 80s, and later as manager of the intermediate and youth sides.