Tom Finney 'The Preston Plumber' Preston North End Memory Greeting Card #pnefc
A Fine Art Print on a Greeting Card, not only a Greeting Card but also an excellent historical time record of a loved family member, which will be kept in the family for generations.
The size of the card is A5 (A4 folded) printed onto a heavy 240gsm card stock. 4 styles; Birthday, Christmas, Father's Day and Plain all have the greetings inside the plain is for when everything has been filled in, it can be framed showing the the Fine Art print in all its glory.
All watermarks are removed from your purchase
Sir Tom Finney was one of the greatest players of the post-war period, described by Bill Shankly as “the greatest player I ever saw, bar none”.
He played for his home town team, Preston North End, for his entire career. Signed as a teenager, Finney had yet to make an appearance when the Second World War brought football to a halt. He was 24 by the time he could make his debut for club and, shortly after, country. From leaving the army in 1946 until his retirement from the game in 1960, Finney made over 400 appearances for Preston.
The versatile attacker could play in any forward position, left or right, on the wing or at centre-forward, and won his 76 England caps on either side of the pitch.