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This is a Hand Signed Card Strip 5" x 1.5" due to the fact he personalised everything through the mail, by the late Fulham and England Footballer.
Bedford Alfred George Jezzard (19 October 1927 - 21 May 2005) was an English footballer. Jezzard's teenage years coincided with the Second World War, and he began football as an amateur with Croxley Boys and later Watford, for whom he made three FA Cup appearances. Upon the resumption of peacetime football, Jezzard spent his entire professional career as a striker at Fulham, during the 1940s and 1950s. He holds the club's post-war record for league goals scored in a season - 38 in 1953-54. He also won two England caps in 1954 and 1955. His Fulham career lasted only from 1948 to 1957, due to an irreversible injury. During his time at Fulham, he was picked for the London XI in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup.
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