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Newcastle Falcons Squad Signed Rugby Shirt

Newcastle Falcons Signed Memorabilia- A squad signed replica shirt by the Newcastle Falcons Squad, from the 2007.2008 season.

A very rare replica Newcastle Falcons shirt signed by players of the Newcastle Squad from the 07/08 season.It also includes the very rare signature of Johnny Wilkinson who very rarely signs.

A great piece of newcastle falcons memorabilia a must for any Newcastle Falcons fan.

This shirt is framed and ready to hang on the wall..

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Newcastle Falcons Squad Signed Replica Shirt 2007/08
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Newcastle Falcons Signed Memorabilia- A squad signed replica shirt by the Newcastle Falcons Squad, from the 2007.2008 season. A very rare replica Newcastle Falcons shirt signed by players of the Newcastle Squad from the 07/08 season It also includes the very rare signature of Johnny Wilkinson who very rarely signs.

A great piece of newcastle falcons memorabilia a must for any Newcastle fan. This shirt is framed and ready to hang on the wall.

Newcastle Falcons Bibliography.

The Newcastle Falcons story dates back to 1877, when a group of old boys from Durham School met in a private house in Gosforth to discuss the formation of a new rugby club in the area. From there, the Gosforth Football Club was born, with its first game taking place in November of that year. Maintaining its links with Durham School, Gosforth played in the school's colours of green and white hoops, right through until the 1990s. Five years after foundation, Gosforth merged with another local club, Northumberland, and assumed their name. However, in 1887 they changed back to Gosforth.

The club had a host of homes right up until the middle of the 20th century, and in the early years had to play wherever and whenever they could - with grounds at various stages including Ashburton Meadows, South Northumberland Cricket Ground and Regent Road.

Gosforth's membership were among the massive numbers to suffer losses during the first world war, but the club did reform in 1919 despite these tragic deaths, and shared the Northumberland County Ground with traditional rivals, Northern. Gosforth continued to establish themselves on the local scene, although the second world war did bring rugby to a halt for six years, and it was only the efforts of some former officials in setting the club up again, which stopped it from disappearing altogether. An amazing fundraising effort eventually saw a total of £10,000 gathered to help the club's efforts to purchase a ground of its own, and in 1951 they bought land which eventually become their home. The ground officially opened in 1955 after much work, and the club became more ambitious, with the likes of Scotland and Lions wing Arthur Smith and Ireland and Lions prop Ray McLoughlin playing for them.

Gosforth increasingly dominated local rugby, and their stature on the national scene was also growing at a pace. In the 1971/2 season the club was captained by Jack Rowell, who would later go on to coach Gosforth, Bath and England successfully. With no league tables as such, Gosforth's rising success was measured by their illustrious fixture list and their triumphs in the 1976 and 1977 John Player Cup - the forerunner to what is now the Powergen Cup. In 1976 they beat Rosslyn Park 23-14 in the Twickenham final, and then a year later a 27-14 win over Waterloo saw them retain the trophy. The team of that era was packed with household names, such as England's Roger Uttley, Scotland's Duncan Madsen, Lions and England man Peter Dixon and England's David Robinson, to name but a few. It was by far the most golden era that the club had experienced, and perhaps fitting that in 1977 it celebrated its centenary. 1981 saw the club again reach Twickenham for the final of the John Player Cup, although they were to lose out to Leicester on that occasion, but despite reaching the latter rounds, the club never really commanded the same sort of dominance in the ensuing decade.

Despite some comparatively lean years, however, a major transition was on the way. In 1989 they decided to sell their North Road Ground for £1.7million to a housing developer, and set about purchasing the Newcastle Chronicle and Journal sports ground at Kingston Park for only £55,000. The club spent a season playing at Percy Park RFC while work was completed on Kingston Park, and in 1990 they moved into their new home, also under a new name - Newcastle Gosforth. Up-and-down results and financial problems beset the club, and in September 1995 it was to undergo another major change, when Newcastle United soccer chairman Sir John Hall realised his long-held dream of establishing a Newcastle sporting club, encompassing rugby union.

The recent change to legalising professionalism in the game had facilitated the move, and with Newcastle Gosforth's fortunes on and off the field diminishing somewhat, Hall's involvement could hardly have come at a better time.Hall's new Sporting Club held 76 per cent of the shares in the club, while the other 24 per cent was held by the Newcastle Gosforth members. To this day, the '24 per centers' as they are known, are still involved with the club, and provide valuable support. Having secured the club's future, Hall then set about instituting one of the biggest makeovers in sporting history, recruiting Wasps and England fly half Rob Andrew as director of rugby and star player, as well as a raft of other high-profile signings. Dean Ryan and Steve Bates were enlisted as key coaching and playing figures, while the likes of All Black Inga Tuigamala, Scotland stars Gary Armstrong and Doddie Weir, and England's Tony Underwood soon followed.

The 1996/7 season saw the first under the current name of Newcastle Falcons, and the club also changed its home colours to black and white. That year saw the team rise through the second tier of English club rugby and clinch promotion to the Premiership, scoring masses of points on the way. The1997/8 season was then to go down as arguably the biggest in the club's history, as the all-star squad sensationally went on to lift the Allied Dunbar Premiership trophy in the first season back in the top flight. Saracens pushed them all the way, but at The Stoop, it saw them gain the necessary win against Harlequins that they needed to stave off the Sarries challenge. That feat was then followed up straightaway with a dramatic win over a World XV in the Sanyo Cup at Twickenham.

But unfortunately,rugby politics denied the Falcons a chance to have a crack at the Heineken Cup the season after, as English clubs embargoed the competition for a year, and it was 1999 before the club next had the chance to challenge for a trophy, but sadly they lost a Twickenham final, to London Wasps in the Tetley's Bitter Cup final. It was that year, however, that the latest chapter in the club took flight, when current chairman Dave Thompson bought out Sir John Hall's Sporting Club shareholding. Thompson, a businessman but also a keen local rugby man, kept faith with the coaching team, and made sure that professional rugby survived in the north-east.It was with his backing that the club reached the 2001 Tetley's Bitter Cup final, where a last-minute try from Dave Walder secured a dramatic late win over NEC Harlequins.

The team then repeated this success in 2004, when more than 50 bus-loads of supporters made the trip down the M1 to Twickenham to see a thrilling Powergen Cup final victory over Sale Sharks, with Phil Dowson pouncing for the winning try towards the end of the second half. The Falcons reached the LV= Cup final in 2011 following a dramatic last gasp Tane Tu'ipultu try away at Harlequins in the semi-final. His try was later voted 'try of the season' at the club's end of season awards, and propelled the northeasterners into the showpiece final at Franklin's Gardens, home of Northampton Saints. Newcastle were defeated in the final by Gloucester.

So, after more than a century-and-a-quarter of existence, it is clear that the history of Newcastle Falcons - under whichever name and at whichever ground - has been one of great persistence and resilience, under-pinned by the dedication of those charged with its upkeep, and its loyal and growing support base.

A great chance to own a replica Newcastle Falcons Rugby Shirt  signed by the 2007/08 squad, including Jonny Wilkinson. A must for any fan of Newcastle Falcons Rugby Club.

AUTHENTICITY All signed items are supplied with a COA and lifetime guarantee,which carries our full name and contact details,we do not sell pre-printed,autopen or any other form of fake signature

ABOUT US We have been a collector for over 20 years privately,and have supplied quality autographs to both Trade and public full time for over 2 years. We supply quite a few local businesses with framed items for resale.

POSTAGE AND PAYMENT We will combine postage on multiple purchases if purchased within a couple days of each other,All items are posted in either frame boxes or heavy duty jiffy bags ,or postal tubes or proper cd boxes.All items are insured to the value of the item (less post and packing) We post daily,so if paypal is used 90% are posted the next postal day. Most email enquiries are answered within 24 hours





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