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Tom Finney Signed Football Photo

This is a fantastic framed display featuring a genuine Tom Finney autograph, expertly mounted and framed in a stylish red mount and silver frame along with the iconic "splash" photo of him in action for England.
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Sir Tom Finney signed England football photo display.

Tom Finney "Preston and England Legend" signed football photo display!!!!  

This is a fantastic framed display featuring a genuine Tom Finney autograph, expertly mounted and framed in a stylish red mount and silver frame along with the iconic "splash" photo of him in action for England. This autograph was obtained in a private signing session for which the sportsman was paid a fee and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity as our guarantee. 

This item would make a great gift for any English football fan. Check out our Shop for more England items. 

Sir Tom Finney Bibliography;

Sir Thomas Finney, OBE was born 5 April 1922, Preston, Lancashire and is a former English footballer, famous for his loyalty to his league club, Preston North End, and for his performances in the English national side.
He is also the current President of Kendal Town.
After he signed professional, World War II began and normal football was suspended, though he started to achieve some recognition during war-time tournaments. In December 1942, he made a guest appearance for Southampton in a 3-1 defeat by Arsenal at The Dell.
He was called up to the Royal Armoured Corps in 1942, fought in Montgomery's Eighth Army in Egypt and later in Italy in the final offensive to capture Argenta. When on leave in North Africa he played in army teams against local opposition and on one occasion he played against the future actor Omar Sharif.
Once the war was over, he made his debut for Preston in August 1946 and soon established himself as an agile forward. As a trained plumber, he ensured that he had a second income to supplement the £14 he received as a footballer and he became famous as the "Preston Plumber". Twenty eight days after his first league appearance for Preston, he made his England debut, going on to win 76 caps and score 30 goals.
He played against Italy in 1948,and is the only player from either side, who is still alive.
He was Footballer of the Year in 1953-54, the year of his only appearance in the FA Cup Final (losing 2-3 to West Bromwich Albion), and again in 1956-57, becoming the first player to win this award more than once. 
He scored his 29th international goal in June 1958 , against the Soviet Union to become joint England all-time top-scorer, sharing the record with Viv Woodward and Nat Lofthouse. In October the same year, he netted his 30th goal, against Northern Ireland, to become the sole holder of the record. Two weeks later, Nat Lofthouse equalled his tally, but both were passed by Bobby Charlton in October 1963, who is still the top score with 48 goals on his retirement from international duty.
He retired from Preston North End in 1960, forced out with a groin injury. He had played his entire career for Preston, appearing 433 times and scoring 187 goals.He never won the championship, but was runner up in 1953 and 1958. His loyalty is remarkable, though he did consider a 1952 offer from Italian club Palermo that included a £10,000 personal signing-on fee and higher pay, but Preston asked for the then record fee of £50,000. He did come out of retirement in 1963 to play for Northern Irish outfit Distillery against Benfica in the European Cup.
He unveiled the water feature sculpture "The Splash" which stands outside The National Football Museum on 31 July 2004.This was inspired by the 1956 Sports Photograph of the Year which features Tom Finney beating two defenders at a waterlogged Stamford Bridge. A fitting tribute to a great footballer.

This autograph is displayed with the iconic "Splash" photo.

Please note: for safety reasons we ship our frames with a high-quality, scratch-resistant perspex (recommended throughout the industry) in place of glass 

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Dimensions : 10 x 8 inches


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