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Fully Programmed – Festive Director’s Cut

There was one spread we couldn’t fit into ‘Fully Programmed: The Lost World of Football Programmes’ and now is as good a time as any to show it to you… [Click on the image to view large size] So here … Continue reading

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Timpo Footballers

Timpo were best known for their Saturday morning adverts for ‘Wild West Trains’ and all the cowboy, indian and cavalry figures that went with them… but they also dipped their toe in the waters of football… This set came unpainted, … Continue reading

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Tears for souvenirs (shops)…

‘Got, Not Got’ is missing the old style Souvenir Shops, tucked in a corner of the ground, where there was room…  There’s a lot more going on down the ground than kicking a ball around these days. We’re talking business-class … Continue reading

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Fully Programmed and ready to go…

That was hard work, but fun. Got, Not Got’s latest title ‘Fully Programmed’ is complete and off to the printers… We have seen a lot of programmes in the last few weeks. We have papercuts and staple-holes, and have suffered … Continue reading

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GOAL – “The World’s Greatest Soccer Weekly”

Modestly subtitled ‘The World’s Greatest Soccer Weekly’, Goal launched on 16 August 1968, with a right posh do at the Savoy with dolly birds and everything… Its distinctive covers, with a bright yellow title on a red background and circular … Continue reading

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Your favourite programme… again

We had a big response to last week’s request to tell us your favourite programme… … so we are asking again. Let us know which is your favourite ever matchday magazine and we’ll do a big thing on it next … Continue reading

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Coffer ‘crested jerseys’… the last stand against branded kits

These shirts are from the Coffer Sports ’74/75 Catalogue’… Coffer were happily producing kits for all the leading clubs and ensuring that “recognised badges and designs” were being used. With Admiral and Umbro beginning to produce more visibly branded kits … Continue reading

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