1974 Leeds v Arsenal Programme

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1974 Leeds v Arsenal Programme

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Grimsby Town fan here in peace, just wondered if this programme is worth much and if so where's the best place to sell it.

I was a closet Leeds fan under the Don Revie era and was gifted a programme by my uncle who knew Frank Grey.

Frank got the Leeds players to sign the programme for me before they played Arsenal.

It's a bit tatty as my grandmother taped a clear plastic cover over the signatures which has now detached itself leaving brown marks and it's slightly folded and torn in places.

Programme, Leeds v Arsenal, Wednesday 6th February 1974, Division One, Kick-off 2.00 pm.
(for some reason I think the game was actually played on the 5th)

Original signitures

Joe Jordan
Terry Cooper
Paul Madeley
Billy Bremner
Trevor Cherry
Gordon McQueen
David Harvey
Peter Lorimer
Alan Clarke
Norman Hunter
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Re: 1974 Leeds v Arsenal Programme

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Sorry spelt Grey wrong, Gray.
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Re: 1974 Leeds v Arsenal Programme

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I would reccomend gtting in touch with Mick Hewitt (@lufcprog), he is the expert of all things Leeds United programme related.
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Re: 1974 Leeds v Arsenal Programme

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Thanks mate I'll look into it.

It's great watching Leeds in the Prem this season, breath of fresh air.

Can't believe a club the size of Leeds were out of the top flight for so long.
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