Barratt/Bassett: EUROPE’S BEST/FOOTBALL CANDY STICKS (EURO 96)

0.500.75

Afmeting/Size: 3,5 x 6,5 cm.
Glimmende cards/Shiny cards: nee/no
Land van uitgifte/Issuing country: England
Aantal/Number: 48 (1-48)

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Beschrijving

Quality of cards: Very good to mint condition. 

This collection of 48 numbered cards was issued in England by Barratt/Bassett.

There are very big names in this collection: Adams, Maldini, Cantona, Laudrup, Bergkamp, Stoichkov, Baggio, Zola, Klinsmann etc.

A set of 36 unnumbered postcards was issued as well.

 

 

 

Extra informatie

Barratt/Bassett: EUROPE'S BEST (EURO 96)

1. Tim Flowers (England, 2. Peter Schmeichel (Denmark), 3. Andreas Köpke (Germany), 4. Erik Thorstvedt (Norway), 5. Angelo Peruzzi (Italy), 6. Andy Townsend (Ireland), 7. Tony Adams (England), 8. Graeme le Saux (England), 9. Paolo Maldini (Italy), 10. Jürgen Kohler (Germany), 11. Henning Berg (Norway), 12. Denis Irwin (Ireland), 13. Paul Ince (England), 14. Paul Gascoigne (England), 15. Andrei Kanchelskis (Russia), 16. Brian Laudrup (Denmark), 17. Robert Prosinecki (Croatia), 18. Gianfranco Zola (Italy), 19. Dennis Bergkamp (Netherlands), 20. Alan Shearer (England), 21. Stephane Chapuisat (Switzerland), 22. Davor Suker (Croatia), 23. Toni Polster (Austria), 24. Hristo Stoichkov (Bulgaria), 25. Jürgen Klinsmann (Germany), 26. Eric Cantona (France), 27. Jan Aage Fjortoft (Norway), 28. Igor Dobrovolski (Russia), 29. Julio Salinas (Spain), 30. Marc Degryse (Belgium), 31. David Platt (England), 32. Sergio Goicoechea (Spain), 33. Andoni Zubizarreta (Spain), 34. Viktor Onopko (Russia), 35. Jacob Kjeldberg (Denmark), 36. Darren Anderton (England), 37. Stig Inge Björnebye (Norway), 38. Florin Raducioiu (Romania), 39. Ilie Dumitrescu (Romania), 40. Dmitri Kharine (Russia), 41. Andreas Möller (Germany), 42. Roberto Baggio (Italy), 43. Andreas Herzog (Austria), 44. Stefan Reuter (Germany), 45. Alain Sutter (Switzerland), 46. Alen Boksic (Croatia), 47. Thomas Brolin (Sweden), 48. Martin Dahlin (Sweden)