A UEFA plaque, in the form of a glazed ceramic roundel of the UEFA crest, mounted on a wooden backboard with a plaque inscribed 1954-1979, 25 YEARS UEFA, TO THE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION, 40 by 30cm., 15 3/4 by 12in.
'Eddie' Magill: a green Northern Ireland No.2 international jersey, short-sleeved, white v-neck collar, embroidered badge.
This Northern Ireland 1963 Bukta Match Worn Home Shirt was gained as a swap by Maurice Norman from 'Eddie' Magill of Arsenal following the match at Wembley on 20th November 1963. This was the 8-3 game.
A trophy shield for the Scotland v France international played in Paris 23rd May 1948, the silvered metal shield set with enamel French and Scottish flags and rampant red lion, inscribed with match details, mounted on a wooden backboard with easel support, height 11.5cm., 4 1/2in. France won this international 3-0.
Phil Neal's Manager of the Month award season 1989-90, In the form of an Aynsley Bone China plate, the centre gilt with a trophy design and printed in pale blue Barclays Bank, Manager of the Month, Season 1989-1990, within a pale-blue border gilt with scrolls and foliage design, diameter 30.5cm., 12in.
Phil Neal was manager of Bolton Wanderers when he received this award.
Luis Vinicio: a sky blue No.9 Italian Football League representative jersey, short-sleeved, white v-neck collar, embroidered cloth badge inscribed THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE, ITALIAN MATCH 1963-64. This match was played in the San Siro on 9th May 1964. The Italian League won 1-0.
Luis Vinicio was born in Brazil but came to Italy at the age of 23 to join Naples. His nickname was O Lione. He then transferred to Bologna and was a Vicenza player when representing the Italian League in 1964. In season 1965-66 he scored 25 goals in Serie A, a record that would not be broken until Marco van Basten eclipsed this feat in 1991-92. After his playing days he entered management in Italian football and has had many appointments including spells at Napoli and Lazio.
Peter Storey's Arsenal 1970-71 double-winning medals, comprising: a 9ct. gold F.A. Cup winner's medal inscribed THE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION CHALLENGE CUP, WINNERS, PETER STOREY, ARSENAL F.C.; and a 9ct. gold Football League medal plaque, inscribed THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE, CHAMPIONS, DIVISION 1, 1970-71, P.E. STOREY, ARSENAL F.C., mounted on a wooden backboard with easel support In season 1970-71 Arsenal won the double.