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Greg Lansdowne
Author of 'Stuck On You', the history of football stickers in the UK, and advisor, researcher and contributor to the ITV documentary that it spawned.
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 23
Replying to @khaa76
Hello! Nice images. I've seen uncut 81-82 before but not the earlier sets...so would imagine that one would be far more valuable. No idea exactly how much though!
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 22
Not one of the rarer collections (hence there are 3600 knocking about in one go!) but I'm sure the winner has a plan for them. It's not you, is it?! :)
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 22
£376 for 3600 'Football 87' stickers...anyone still looking to finish that collection knows where to go to now!
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 22
It's all much tamer these days! :)
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 22
No pictures but a former exotic dancer/model is a key part in the story!
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 22
Again, had you read my book you would have discovered there was talk of even racier Panini merchandise lines than your suggestion during the early '90s! :)
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 21
clothes and accessories on sale in the UK and Ireland next spring, you say? (c/o ) I'll have a 'Football 79' to start, a 'Football 83' for main and a 'Football 86' to finish!
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 20
Replying to @KelvynGardner
Panini has a long history of media, collectors and mathematicians knocking them...but each time they get back up again! :)
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 19
Replying to @markhebden1
It is indeed!
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 18
No , I don't suppose they will be happy with that! Hopefully the batting earlier on will override the soaking.
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Matthew Stanger Jun 18
You may have learned about on 's groundbreaking BBC documentary, Dementia, Football & Me. spoke to the founders to hear more about their vital work in tackling dementia, depression and loneliness through football.
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 15
Ah! :)
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 15
Reading about football stickers isn't your thing? I must have you all wrong! :)
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 15
Top Sellers was a UK publisher in its own right, specialising in horror magazines. Panini printed the cards/stickers for all but one of their football albums in the '70s (Ediraf did them for one of the early albums). All in 'Stuck On You'. :)
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 14
Replying to @DanaWessel
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 14
Replying to @mitchbrowncfc
Sure are!
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 14
Do you honestly think I would let a child within 50 feet of a hardback album?!
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 14
The things I do to keep the kids quiet for a few minutes while I watch
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 14
As Alan Curtis has already been mentioned it will have to be this one.
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Greg Lansdowne Jun 14
- is this one of your fake stickers?!
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