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Issue Date: 09/05/2013
Issue Name: Football Heroes - A Tribute to Sir Bobby Moore
Producer: Buckingham Covers
2013 marked the 150th anniversary of of the founding of The Football Association, as well as 140 years of The Scottish Football Association. To commemorate this occasion Royal Mail issued a set of eleven stamps featuring a 'dream team' of legenday footballers from the United Kingdom. Each stamp features Gordon Banks, Bobby Moore, Dave MacKay, George Best, Kevin Keegan, Bryan Robson, John Barnes, Denis Law, Bobby Charlton, John Charles and Jimmy Greaves.
This lovely cover features the single Bobby Moore stamp along with a 1999 Bobby Moore stamp from the Millenium Series: The Entertainers Tale, and has a London postmark. It is available signed by English Football Manager Roy Hodgson.
Jimmy Greaves - Chelsea, A.C.Milan, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham Utd, Barnet
John Charles - Leeds Utd, Juventus, Roma, Cardiff City, Hereford Utd
Gordon Banks - Chesterfield, Leicester City, Stoke City, Ft Lauderdale Strikers
George Best - Manchester Utd, L.A. Aztecs, Fulham, Ft Lauderdale Strikers, Hibernian, San Jose Earthquakes
John Barnes - Watford, Liverpool, Newcastle Utd, Charlton Athletic
Kevin Keegan - Scunthorpe Utd, Liverpool, Hamburger SV, Southampton, Newcastle Utd
Denis Law - Huddersfield Town, Manchester City, Torino, Manchester Utd
Bobby Moore - West Ham Utd, Fulham, San Antonio Thunder, Seattle Sounders, Herning Fremad
Bryan Robson - West Bromwich Albion, Manchester Utd, Middlesbrough
Dave Mackay - Heart of Midlothian, Tottenham Hotspur, Derby County, Swindon Town
Bobby Charlton - Manchester Utd, Preston North End, Waterford
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Roy Hodgson is an English football manager and former player, currently managing Premier League club Crystal Palace. Hodgson has managed sixteen different teams in eight countries, beginning in Sweden with Halmstads BK in the 1976 season.