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This is a Hand Signed piece of paper 6" x 3" by the former Manchester Utd footballer. There are two vertical creases which don't detract that much but the price reflects this.
Gerard Anthony Daly (born 30 April 1954 in Cabra, Dublin) was an Irish football player. Daly started his football career in Drumcondra with the famous schoolboy nursery Stella Maris. His first senior club was Bohemians, for whom he scored in the UEFA Cup away to Koln in September 1972. He transferred to Manchester United in 1973 as a midfielder, eventually forming an effective partnership with winger Gordon Hill, before leaving the club for Derby County in 1977. In 1978, he moved to the New England Tea Men of the North American Soccer League. He also played with them in 1979. In his career he also played for Birmingham City, Coventry City, Doncaster Rovers, Leicester City, Shrewsbury Town and Stoke City. He won one of his 48 Ireland international caps whilst at Shrewsbury. Scored a famous penalty for Derby in 1977 vs Man City where the penalty spot had to be re-painted during the game.
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