Tom Finney – Football Round The World – SIGNED – First Edition 1953

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Tom Finney – Football Round The World – SIGNED – First Edition 1953

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A first UK Edition, first printing published by Museum Press in 1953. A near fine book with best wishes from Tom Finney on the front endpaper ‘Yours in sport’/Tom Finney’. Rubbing and fading to the boards and pushing to spine tips. In a very good (or better) unclipped dust wrapper with one or two chips to the edges. Light soiling and some fading to the spine.
Tom Finney was a legendary English footballer who played as a forward for Preston North End and the England national team in the mid-20th century. He was renowned for his incredible dribbling skills, versatility, and loyalty to his hometown club. Finney earned 76 caps for England and scored 30 goals. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest footballers in English history and remains an iconic figure in the sport, representing the ideal of the homegrown football hero.


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A first UK Edition, first printing published by Museum Press in 1953. A near fine book with best wishes from Tom Finney on the front endpaper ‘Yours in sport’/Tom Finney’. Rubbing and fading to the boards and pushing to spine tips. In a very good (or better) unclipped dust wrapper with one or two chips to the edges. Light soiling and some fading to the spine.
Tom Finney was a legendary English footballer who played as a forward for Preston North End and the England national team in the mid-20th century. He was renowned for his incredible dribbling skills, versatility, and loyalty to his hometown club. Finney earned 76 caps for England and scored 30 goals. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest footballers in English history and remains an iconic figure in the sport, representing the ideal of the homegrown football hero.