Malcolm Allison ' Manchester City F.C. ' and Harry Johnston ' Blackpool F.C. and England ' Football Signed Cards Autographs £15.00
This is an In Person signed vintage blue autograph album page 5" x 3" by the late football manager.
Malcolm Alexander Allison (5 September 1927 - 14 October 2010) was an English football player and manager. Nicknamed 'Big Mal', he was one of English football's most flamboyant and intriguing characters because of his panache, fedora and cigar, controversies off the pitch and outspoken nature. Allison's managerial potential become apparent while in his youth at West Ham United, where he became a reliable defender and acted as a mentor to the younger players including future England World Cup winning captain Bobby Moore. His playing career was cut short in 1958 when he had to have a lung removed because of tuberculosis. As a coach he is remembered for assisting manager Joe Mercer in the transformation of Manchester City during the 1960s, winning seven trophies in seven years. and the late Blackpool and England footballer.
Henry "Harry" Johnston (26 September 1919 - 12 October 1973) was an English footballer. He was the Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year in 1951. He spent his entire professional playing career with Blackpool, with whom he appeared in three FA Cup Finals. During his career, he appeared in all three half-back positions, and even moved up to centre forward when needed.