Tell us what your three favourite programme covers are and win a copy of ‘Fully Programmed: The Lost World of Football Programmes’…
It’s as easy as that.
The ones we like the best will win. Contact us on here, email firstname.lastname@example.org or via our Twitter or Facebook pages.
Here are ours.
No 3: Aston Villa’s ‘documentary series’ – 1975-76.
Getting into the heart and soul of AVFC.
No 2: Manchester United’s ‘Prog Rock Prog’ – 1970-71.
Perfect for the times…
No 1: West Bromwich Albion’s ‘Acid Trip through the 20th Century Masterpiece.’ – 1974-75.
Edwardiana meets the 70s seamlessly in a colourful splash of cutting-edge
nostalgia that’s right up there with Sergeant Pepper and Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid.
There’s ours. Send us yours.
A photo would be a big help. If not tell us the club, opposition and the season.
Fully Programmed “enables football fans of a certain vintage to look back fondly on the football programme’s ‘Golden Era’ of the 1960s-1990s,” it says here. “This beautiful, hilarious, evocative book is a must-have for football collectors and nostalgics – and for any fan who remembers mud, mavericks and men in white coats standing on street corners.”
Yours for £16.99. Nah, £11.89 … at least before Amazon notice and change it.