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Football » Football Programmes » Club Friendly Matches » DRUMCONDRA V MANCHESTER UNITED 1968/69 (JOHN WHELAN BENEFIT) FOOTBALL PROGRAMME

DRUMCONDRA V MANCHESTER UNITED 1968/69 (JOHN WHELAN BENEFIT) FOOTBALL PROGRAMME

DRUMCONDRA V MANCHESTER UNITED 1968/69 (JOHN WHELAN BENEFIT) FOOTBALL PROGRAMME

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Official programme for John Whelan's Benefit match between Drumcondra and Man United, played at Dalymount Park, Dublin, August 4th 1968. John Whelan was the brother of "Busby Babe" Liam Whelan, who died in the Munich air disaster. United travelled to Dublin for the match having recently won the European Cup, becoming the first English club to do so.

Covers creased. About good condition.

Date
1968

£28.00 (Code: 21654)

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