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Choose from 59 pictures in our The Archives collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Coventry City Photocall - 1987-88 Season - Highfield Road

Coventry City squad for the 1987-88 season. (back row l-r) Trevor Peake, Graham Rodger, Keith Houchen, Brian Kilcline, Kevan Smith, Cyrille Regis and Paul Culpin. (middle l-r) Mike Coop (youth team coach), Neil Sillett (assistant physiotherapist), Brian Borrows, Steve Sedgley, Steve Ogrizovic, Jake Findlay, Nick Pickering, Martin Lane, Mick Kearns (reserve team coach) and George Dalton (physiotherapist). (front l-r) David Phillips, Dave Bennett, Michael Gynn, John Sillett (team manager), Greg Downs, Lloyd McGrath and Davis Speedie

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Football League Division One - Coventry City Photocall

Coventry City 1969 Back Row: Brain Hill, Ernie Hannigan, Maurice Setters, George Curtis, Dave Clements, Trevor Gould, Dietmar Bruck. Centre Row: Neil Martin, Jeff Blockley, Bill Glazier, Tony Hateley, Eric McManus, Chris Cattlin, Mick Coop. Front Row: Graham Paddon, Willie Carr, Ian Gibson, Noel Cantwell (manager), Ernie Machin, Gerry Baker, Ernie Hunt

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Jimmy Hill - Press Conference - Dorchester Hotel, London

Former Coventry City Manager and footballer Jimmy Hill at a press conference to announce him becoming the head of London Weekend Television Limited's Sports Unit. Balham born Hill (39) began his football career as an amateur with Reading and signed as a professional with Brentford before joining Fulham. He became chairman of the Professional Footballers' Association in 1956 and successfully negotiated a new deal for the players which culminated in the abolition of the maximum wage in 1960. He became Coventry City manager in 1961 and led the club from the third to the first Division in five and a half years

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