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Gordon Banks & Pelé - Signed Presentation – Greatest

Guide price: £190

Last updated on 12th Mar 2013

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Gordon Banks & Pelé - Signed Presentation – Greatest

Brazil v England in the 1970 World Cup is considered one of the greatest games ever and was the scene of the greatest save ever by England’s Gordon Banks – A save that is now acknowledged as the greatest save ever! It was 7 June 1970 in Guadalajara when Pele turned to celebrate a goal only to see Banks dive across his goal and make a miraculous save. Pele says he has never seen a save like this!This stunning photo is from an exclusive signing session.

It shows the moment when Pele shoots and Banks dives across the goal.The print is personally signed by both Pele and Gordon Banks in the lower border with the title and details of the game in the centre. It is presented in a stunning black surround with dual mounts measuring in at an impressive 650mm by 510mm. (approx).A super item of signed Pele and Gordon banks memorabilia and a great investment for the future.


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