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Historic Newspapers - Sheffield United

Guide price: £42

Last updated on 14th Apr 2009

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Historic Newspapers - Sheffield United

Starting with coverage of Sheffield's 6-2 win over Manchester City in 1912, this book charts a glorious history of great games and League and Cup titles through the decades of the 20th century. Top stories include, defeating Chelsea 3-0 in 1915 to win the FA Cup, winning the Cup again in 1925 beating Cardiff; and reaching the final in 1936. Relive the 6-2 slaughter of Arsenal in 1921; the 11-2 wipe-out of Cardiff in 1926; the 6-0 hammering of West Ham in 1931, the 7-3 victory over arch rivals Sheffield Wednesday in 1951, the 5-0 win over Aston Villa in 1969 and much much more.

Read about the appointment of Dave Bassett in 1988, the signing of Vinnie Jones in 1990 for £750,000, the heart stopping play offs over the last few years and the joy of promotion to the Premiership in 2006.

Newspaper coverage continues right up to the end of last season. A unique and wonderful gift and must have for all Sheffield Utd fans.


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